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The Nassau Council on Aging has two Senior Life Centers – one in Fernandina Beach and one in Hilliard, offering those 60 and older assistance, information and support, as well as a variety of fun and engaging activities, plus opportunities to socialize.

A sampling of their programs include:

Educational programs and classes about health, nutrition, home safety, low vision support and much more.

Presentations and seminars on topics of interest to senior citizens – Social Security and Medicare, senior fraud and advanced directives – just to name a few.

Structured exercise with trainers from the YMCA; musical presentations by the M&M Singers, Song Spinners, and other musicians; arts and crafts with local artists; card games; Bingo three times a week, and computer classes.

Medical screenings as well as health and wellness programs on diabetes, blood pressure and dental health.

A chance to socialize and share companionship each day at the Senior Life Center and during picnics, planned outings, holiday parties and field trips.

A hot noon-time meal and snacks.

A Geriatric Care Manager available to provide support to ALL Nassau County senior citizens, regardless of income, as they navigate the maze of healthcare, insurance and social services.

For more information on these and other services offered through COA visit www.nassaucountycouncilonaging.com.