Welcome Seniors of Mobile,
Baldwin and Escambia Counties!

The Area Agency on Aging serves as the lead agency to assist seniors and their families in providing and coordinating resources and services that enable seniors to maintain their independence.

 
 

Free Cargiver College offers

information and support

In the U.S., more than 34 million unpaid caregivers provide care to someone age 18 and older who is ill or has a disability. These unpaid caregivers usually find themselves caregiving with no training, and unsure where to turn for help. Caregiver College can help. The free, one-day workshop is Feb. 25 in Mobile.

Volunteer Guardian Program

needs caring individuals

Not everyone has someone looking out for their best interests, so the Volunteer Guardian Program matches caring volunteers with individuals who have no financial or family support, and whose ability to make personal decisions has diminished. To learn more, contact Darla Dean at 251-706-4628 or 433-6541 or click below.

       

AAA joins fight

against senior hunger

Did you know hunger adds 14 years to a senior citizen's physical age? This means a 60-year-old experiencing hunger has the same limitations in activities of daily living as a 74-year-old. But, there's help for hungry seniors in Alabama.

 

 

 

 

Mark you calendar for

2016 Senior Expos

We've set the dates. The Mobile Senior Expo is May 18 at the Abba Shrine Center, and the Baldwin County Expo is October 6 at the Baldwin County Coliseum. Stay tuned for more information to come.

A look back in pictures

of the 2015 Baldwin County Senior Lifestyle Expo

If you weren't able to make it to Robertsdale October 1, take a look at the great day enjoyed by almost 1000 local seniors. If you were there, you might find yourself in the photos.

 
 
Welcome Letter From The Director, Julie McGee