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Food Assistance

Good nutrition is an important part of living a healthy lifestyle for seniors. Healthy Food Assistance is available to low-income, Broward County families and seniors.  Learn more on how to qualify for Home Delivered Meals and Congregate Meal Sites.

Health & Wellness
Health & Wellness Class

Health & Wellness classes are available that cover a variety of health-related topics. Learn how to Participate in fitness activities and learn the benefits of adopting behaviors associated with healthy and successful aging.

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Home Assistance

Help is available for seniors seeking minor home repairs or needing help with their energy bills. Find out more information and see if you qualify.

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Medicare Counseling / Shine

SHINE assists seniors with health insurance claims, questions, prescription plans comparisons and assistance, and Long-Term Care options and planning.

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Senior Centers & Day Care Centers

Senior Centers provide services for elders such as recreation, meals, transportation, classes and other activities. Day Care Centers provide facility-based programs for frail elderly who are able to reside at home and travel to other locales if supervision is available.

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Transportation Services

Eligible seniors may qualify for transportation services. Transportation is provide through our Senior Centers and Daycare Centers.  We also work closely with Broward County Transit (BCT). Learn more about transportation.

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About ADRC

Who We Are

The Areawide Council on Aging, Inc. of Broward County d/b/a The Area Agency on Aging of Broward County (AAA) is a nonprofit organization serving Broward County's senior residents, age 60 or older. The AAA is part of a State Network which contains a total of 11 Area Agencies on Aging in the State of Florida which each have their own planning and service areas (PSAs). The AAA of Broward is designated as PSA 10 and is the only PSA comprised of one county, Broward County.

The AAA also administers the Aging and Disability Resource Center which serves adults over 60 as well as individuals 18 years of age or older who have been diagnosed with dementia or live with a disability. The ADRC is part of a single, coordinated system for information and access to services for all Floridians seeking long-term care resources. The ADRC provides information and assistance about state and federal benefits, as well as available local programs and services.

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About ADRC

Who We Are

The Areawide Council on Aging, Inc. of Broward County d/b/a The Area Agency on Aging of Broward County (AAA) is a nonprofit organization serving Broward County's senior residents, age 60 or older. The AAA is part of a State Network which contains a total of 11 Area Agencies on Aging in the State of Florida which each have their own planning and service areas (PSAs). The AAA of Broward is designated as PSA 10 and is the only PSA comprised of one county, Broward County.

The AAA also administers the Aging and Disability Resource Center which serves adults over 60 as well as individuals 18 years of age or older who have been diagnosed with dementia or live with a disability. The ADRC is part of a single, coordinated system for information and access to services for all Floridians seeking long-term care resources. The ADRC provides information and assistance about state and federal benefits, as well as available local programs and services.

ADRC Events

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Featured Success Story

Success at West Park Senior Center

Charlotte Westbrook is a 69-year old who loves to do active things such as playing cards, walking, and playing board games., These activities became a struggle with the loss of her husband. She wanted to continue living an active life on her own but didn't know where to start. Until one day, a friend told her about the City of West Park Senior Program, and she decided to come check it out. Ms. Westbrook informed the center that she started becoming depressed and needed help.

After visiting, she signed a registration form and started being an everyday member of West Park Senior Center. Ms. Westbrook states that - "I love coming to the senior center, it helped me out of feeling depressed, and being around other seniors keeps me active and going. Also, I recently lost my daughter, and the seniors all were so supportive and helped me through my loss." We are proud to have Ms. Westbrook as part of our Senior Program.

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Featured Success Story

Success at West Park Senior Center

Charlotte Westbrook is a 69-year old who loves to do active things such as playing cards, walking, and playing board games., These activities became a struggle with the loss of her husband. She wanted to continue living an active life on her own but didn't know where to start. Until one day, a friend told her about the City of West Park Senior Program, and she decided to come check it out. Ms. Westbrook informed the center that she started becoming depressed and needed help.

After visiting, she signed a registration form and started being an everyday member of West Park Senior Center. Ms. Westbrook states that - "I love coming to the senior center, it helped me out of feeling depressed, and being around other seniors keeps me active and going. Also, I recently lost my daughter, and the seniors all were so supportive and helped me through my loss." We are proud to have Ms. Westbrook as part of our Senior Program.

Woman in pool wearing goggles

Featured Success Story

Success at West Park Senior Center

Charlotte Westbrook is a 69-year old who loves to do active things such as playing cards, walking, and playing board games., These activities became a struggle with the loss of her husband. She wanted to continue living an active life on her own but didn't know where to start. Until one day, a friend told her about the City of West Park Senior Program, and she decided to come check it out. Ms. Westbrook informed the center that she started becoming depressed and needed help.

After visiting, she signed a registration form and started being an everyday member of West Park Senior Center. Ms. Westbrook states that - "I love coming to the senior center, it helped me out of feeling depressed, and being around other seniors keeps me active and going. Also, I recently lost my daughter, and the seniors all were so supportive and helped me through my loss." We are proud to have Ms. Westbrook as part of our Senior Program.

Success in Numbers

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261,045

Hours of Adult Day Care

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1.3 Million

Home-Delivered Meals

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154,374

Transportation Trips