Tag Archive: Council on Aging
What Frank Sinatra song was played by Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin after he stepped onto the Moon’s surface in 1969?
Charity Events, Community Events, Music
Taking care of a loved one is not easy. All too often the caregiver pays a high price and leading to emotional and often physical problems.
Community Events, Relationships
As our population ages, more and more people are taking on the role as caregiver. This can lead to increased stress, frustration, anxiety and depression.
Health, Island Info, Relationships
Council on Aging, Rayonier and Home Depot’s Veteran’s Outreach Partner to assist Vietnam Vet with Critical Home Repairs.
Charity Events, Community Events, Inspirational
Come to Nassau County Council on Aging for a free seminar offering an abundance of tips and strategies to overcome unpleasant emotions.
Community Events, Education, Relationships
Transitions has number of songs and poems, which have to do with senior issues and half of the ticket proceeds will help Nassau County Council on Aging.
Charity Events, Community Events, Local Theatre
NCCOA received a grant through its Aging Senior Veteran’s Hunger Initiative program which aspires to reduce hunger and malnutrition among seniors.
Business News, Charity Events
Sue has been a grant writer and development specialist for more than fourteen years and has experience with diverse funding sources.
Business News, Feature, Interesting Locals, News
The Council on Aging of Nassau County and Baptist Health Hospital have joined forces to present the 2nd annual Senior Expo and Health Fair.
Community Events, Health
Nassau County Council on Aging’s Executive Director introduced the Congressman to the audience of nearly four dozen seniors.
The Council on Aging Fix It Volunteers are driven with a willingness to make a difference, and a sincere desire to keep the seniors living in a safe dwelling.
Meals on Wheels for Pets provide pet food for the program that provides homebound seniors with nutritious meals.
Charity Events, Music, Pets
The transportation entity of Council on Aging is the only public transportation system on the island, and staffs twenty-five drivers.
Sequestration and Government Shut Down caused delays in Federal grant payments that threatened transportation service interruptions.
The high school students worked hard to create two scarecrows and shared stories with the seniors about scarecrows and Halloween.
Education, Feature, Inspirational