Don’t just sit there! Connect with other people. Find something to give, to like, to feel good about - healthy body, healthy mind! Get involved in many recreational, socialization and exercise programs offered throughout Orange County.
LIFE Information for Elders seminars
Learning about the aging network is easy! On the third Thursday of each month, the LIFE Information for Elders seminar series provides practical tips that help people find answers to questions they have about connecting with community resources, healthy living tips and staying active. Seminars are held from 12:10 to 12:50 p.m. at the Downtown Orlando Library, 101 E. Central Blvd., Orlando in the Albertson Room, which is located on the third floor.
Register for one class or the whole series - call 407-836-7446 or email email@example.com.
The LIFE Information for Elders seminar series is always free and the first 50 people to RSVP receive a complimentary small lunch.
Spring 2023 Schedule
Orange TV (Bright House 199/AT&T U-Verse 99/Comcast 9) offers the Vital Living Block dedicated to highlighting local services, resources and opportunities for older adults living in Central Florida. View the latest Vital Living Programs on-demand (over the internet) or watch the Vital Living Block on OTV’s Vision Channel (Bright House 198/AT&T U-Verse 99/Comcast 98).
Quick links to our Senior TV Programs listed by topic:
The Office on Aging, located within the Community Action Division, provides staff support to the Commission on Aging. The Commission on Aging identifies Orange County resources dedicated to older adults and works with local, state, and national partners to create an elder-friendly community. By promoting partnerships with organizations, identifying needed programs, and linking services to the citizens, the Commission's goal is to empower older adults to maintain their independence and quality of life within their home community.
For more information related to the Office on Aging and Commission on Aging, contact us at by phone at (407) 836-7446 or email at OfficeonAging@ocfl.net
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