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November 21, 2018 | Department of Human Services

Train Jan. 7: Become a Fall Prevention Coach for Older Adults

Register today for the January 7 training for fall prevention coaches! Have fun and help keep older adults safely on their feet! Read full story


October 4, 2017 | Department of Human Services

Free Advance Care Planning Workshop October 17, 2017

My Care My Plan: Speak Up, Sonoma County will host a free advance care planning workshop, WhoWill Speak for You When You Can't Speak for Yourself?, on Tuesday, October 17 Read full story


July 17, 2017 | Department of Human Services

2017 Senior Resource Guide - Guía de Recursos

Sonoma County Senior Resource Guide, in English or Spanish, helps seniors, dependent adults and caregivers search for helpful services. Read full story

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December 16, 2020 | Department of Human Services

SupervisorShirlee Zane Honored as Exceptional Advocate for Sonoma County Older Adults

The Sonoma County Area Agency on Aging (AAA) honoredThird District Supervisor Shirlee Zane on December 16, 2020, with its annual Marge Ling LeadershipAward to recognize her dedication to improving the quality of life for olderadults in Sonoma County. Santa Rosa, California Read full story


February 11, 2020 | Department of Human Services

Protect Yourself! Improve Balance, Prevent Falls at FreeTrainings

Older adults can prevent falls, improve balance, flexibility and strength and get helpful tips to make home safer at a free class series, A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns about Falls. Classes are held at locations throughout Sonoma County. Santa Rosa, California. Read full story


January 28, 2020 | Department of Human Services

Free Petaluma BingocizeClass Offers Fun and Falls Prevention

Sign up for a free, four-class, Bingocize series starting Wednesday, February 19, in Petaluma. Classes combine a fun game of Bingo with simple seated and standing exercises and falls prevention education to keep older adults and seniors safely on their feet. Santa Rosa, CA. Read full story