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Senior citizens, their families and caregivers are invited to participate in Aging Tree’s Fall Wellness Festival from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, at its location at 985 Harley Strickland Blvd., in the Kohl’s shopping plaza. Admission is free. The Fall Wellness Festival will host 35 local senior-care-related businesses, which will be sharing information about resources available at their organizations. Festival highlights include:
· Free food and drinks
· $12 flu shots
· Health screenings, including blood pressure checks, hearing tests, balance tests, carotid screening ultrasounds
· Free pain relief sessions
· Healthy living and health insurance seminars
· Giveaways including a lift chair (valued at $1,000), diabetic shoes and more
Participating organizations include Alliance Community, Americare Assisted Living, Arcadia Home Care, Bishop’s Glen, Caring Hands Assisted Living, Center for Health Care at The Alliance, Carol Brown – Certified Senior Advisor, Clare Bridge of Ormond Beach, Cinnamon Cleaning, The Cloisters, Dignity Memorial, Elder Assistance of America, Elder Source SHINE, Florida Health Care Plans, Good Samaritan Fl. Lutheran, Hearing Health Services, Horizon Bay, Humana, Improve Your Life Therapy, Install Don’t Fall, Lanyard Manor, Meeks Law Firm, Miller Senior Services, Nirvana Home Health, Ridgecrest Nursing and Rehab, River City Realty, Savannah Court, Senior Home Care, Sona Imaging, Social Security Advisory, Sterling House of DeLand, Vienna Medical, Woodland Towers, Villa Grande on Saxon, and Vitas Hospice.
When & Where
Aging Tree L.L.C.
Aging Tree services are provided free to seniors and their families; the company is supported by member businesses. Aging Tree bridges the gap between the aging and the services they need, and supports itself through membership open to any publicly owned or non-profit, charitable tax-exempt organization providing care, products housing or services to the elderly.
Aging Tree’s mission is to provide safer and easier access to senior care-related products and services to the families and caregivers of our aging population. Through its network, Aging Tree provides dedicated resources to guide to the families of seniors in our community through screened providers in a one-stop environment to showcase their experience and services. To learn more about Aging Tree, visit www.agingtree.com, www.facebook.com/agingtree or call 386-774-2446.