Senior Nutrition is Vital.
While seniors may need slightly fewer calories and food-bulk than younger adults, they need just as many nutrients, if not more. One reason is that as we age, our ability to absorb nutrients decreases.See Next
Our fastest growing population over the next 20 years will be those 65 and older.
The AAA is in place to help plan for the aging population increase, provide direct services to seniors, and educate our providers, community and seniors.See Next
Annual Aging Conference
September 23, 2016 – Join us for this opportunity to gain valuable knowledge about Aging in the Future!See Next
The number of people taking care of an aging parent has soared in the past 15 years.
It is estimated that nearly 10 million adult children over age 50 now care for an aging parent. It can be rewarding as well as stressful. Don’t be afraid to reach out if you need help.See Next