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Miami Herald June 5, 2024 – What’s wrong with your brain? It could come down to what you need more of each night.

What’s wrong with your brain? It could come down to what you need more of each night BY MICHELLE MARCHANTE JUNE 05, 2024 11:06 AM - Read the original article here. Sleeping well can affect your brain health, reducing the risk for Alzheimer’s. Your home’s layout can indicate your fall risk. Tips for healthy aging from Miami conference. How well you [...]

Miami Herald June 5, 2024 – What’s wrong with your brain? It could come down to what you need more of each night.2024-06-06T11:28:15-04:00

Warm Hearts, Warm Homes

On December 5, 2023, the Alliance engaged in DOEA’s Warm Hearts Warm Homes campaign, dedicated to delivering thoughtful gift boxes tailored for the impending winter season. Over twelve enthusiastic volunteers joined forces to meticulously assemble 100 gift boxes brimming with essential items, including cozy blankets, scarves, hand warmers, nourishing food, indulgent hot chocolate, and various other winter necessities. Collaborating with the [...]

Warm Hearts, Warm Homes2023-12-11T09:37:47-05:00

Alliance for Aging, Inc. Named Recipient of Prestigious Aging Achievement Award from USAging

Miami, FL – The Alliance for Aging, Inc. is thrilled to announce that its Housing and Homelessness Program received a 2023 Aging Achievement Award from USAging, one of the highest honors presented by USAging to its members. The Housing and Homelessness Program streamlines access for Homeless Trust professionals, as well as for older individuals and their families calling in who are [...]

Alliance for Aging, Inc. Named Recipient of Prestigious Aging Achievement Award from USAging2023-08-14T12:18:18-04:00

Hurricane Season is Here – Volunteers Needed

Hurricane season runs from June 1 until November 30. The Department of Elder Affairs is recruiting volunteers to be part of the Hope Heroes Program to be ready to support seniors before and after a hurricane strikes. What does disaster assistance look like as a Hope Hero? • Loading and unloading sandbags before a storm • Working in special needs shelters [...]

Hurricane Season is Here – Volunteers Needed2023-06-27T12:07:41-04:00

Medicare Part D Extra Help program

The Alliance for Aging SHINE program has a grant to do Low-Income Extra Help applications. Apply for Medicare Part D Extra Help program: The Extra Help program helps people with limited income and resources lower or cut Part D costs. Please call us at 305-671-6356 or go to www.floridashine.org and click on Contact Us. More info on this program can be [...]

Medicare Part D Extra Help program2023-06-20T10:33:56-04:00

Framework for Freedom Budget Continues to Showcase Governor Ron DeSantis’ Dedication to Seniors

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Department of Elder Affairs’ (DOEA) Secretary Michelle Branham thanks Governor DeSantis and the Florida Legislature for their continued commitment to enhancing services that support seniors. The signing of the Framework for Freedom Budget marked a significant increase in the Department of Elder Affairs’ budget, a testament to the Governor’s dedication in maintaining an infrastructure that supports older [...]

Framework for Freedom Budget Continues to Showcase Governor Ron DeSantis’ Dedication to Seniors2023-06-16T13:18:49-04:00
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