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HALLANDALE BEACH

Senior Services
City of Hallandale Beach
400 South Federal Highway
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
954-458-3251

Hallendale Beach Senior Services provides aid to eligible seniors 60 and older. The services provided by the city include: case management, food in emergency situations, payment assistance for utilities and rentals and health services. The City of Hallandale Beach also provides senior activities through the Hepburn Center which offers such activities as: education forums, arts and crafts, field trips and music.

Memorial Senior Partners Resource Center
1726 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Hallandale, FL 33009
954-276-9880

The Senior Partners Resource Center provides adults 50 years and older with various activities and healthcare benefits. For a small one-time fee seniors can take part in the following benefits: exercise and dance classes, health screenings, a senior prescription discount card, physician referral services, senior newsletter, bingo games and much more.

Jewish Senior Center
788 E Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Hallandale, FL 33009
954-458-1968

The Jewish Senior Center is a Chabad house which offers various activities, lessons and programs for seniors. Such activities include but are not limited to: guest lectures, adult education, Yiddish group, yoga, arts and crafts, community service opportunities and exercise classes. The Jewish Senior center also offers referrals to retirement communities, nursing homes and holiday services.

The American Legion
225 SE 1st Avenue
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
954-454-6444

The American Legion is a not for profit organization which provides war veterans with many volunteer opportunities, services and programs. Members of the American Legion can receive: job placement assistance, various discounts,
healthcare information, claims assistance and family support.

Hallandale Adult Community Center
1000 South West 3rd Street
Hallandale, FL 33009
754-321-7050

The Hallandale Adult Community Center provides students of all ages a second chance at receiving a higher education at an affordable price. Adults can earn their GED or ABE (adult basic education) during their daytime or evening
classes. The Hallandale Adult Community Center also offers English classes designed to fit the student’s individual needs.

AVENTURA

The City of Aventura
9200 West Country Club Drive
Aventura, FL 33180
305-466-890

The City of Aventura provides seniors with opportunities for recreational activities and classes. These include but are not limited to: trips to the local theatre and museums, tennis, yoga, mahjongg, computer, stretch and Zumba lesson, depending on the date. These lessons vary in price and some are free of charge.

Accessible Home Health Care of Aventura
13899 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 108
North Miami, FL 33181
305-627-3103

Providing quality care and various services, Accessible Home Health Care of Aventura provides many assistance options for seniors who still want to maintain independence. Their services include but are not limited to: in-home care, therapy, medical equipment, companionship and specialized care for conditions such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Accessible Home Health Care accepts many different payment options such as Medicare and Medicaid.

Aventura Hospital and Medical Center
20900 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33180
305-682-7000

Aventura Hospital and Medical Center has their Health Happiness You or, H2U, program which offers various classes and benefits to members. These classes include: yoga, zumba, low-impact aerobics, line dancing and educatiuonal lectures.
Members also recieve access to coupons and the H2U newsletter with the latest medical information.

Jewish Community Services of South Florida
18999 Biscayne Boulevard
Aventura, FL 33180
305-682-8585

Being the largest non-profit Jewish social service provider in South Florida, the Jewish Community Services of South Florida provides an array of services to those in need. JCS also offers senior programs which provide services that include but are not limited to: in-home services, care management, Holocaust survivor support, housekeeping, kosher meals on wheels, shopping assistance and wellness and recreation programs.

Regents Park
18905 NE 25th Avenue
Aventura, FL 33180
305-932-6360

Regents Park is a nursing home and rehabilitation center that provides quality care and comfort for its residents. Residents at Regents Park recieve social, dietary and medical services including: pain management, respiratory and physical therapy, wound and cardiac care. Regents accepts various payment options such as Medicare and Medicaid.

Deerfield Beach Housing Authority
533 S Dixie Highway
Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
954-425-8449

Deerfield Beach Housing Authority provides affordable housing in the Deerfield Beach area by charter of the city. The DBHA provides community programs such as project CAMEY which serves to mentor and educate local youth. They also offer housing counseling that offers homebuyer education, post-purchase counseling and credit counseling.

Alzheimer’s Association
Southeast Florida Chapter
3333 Forest Hill Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
800-861-7826

The Alzheimer’s Association works to advance research on Alzheimer’s disease and provides support for those living with Alzheimer’s. They provide references to resources in your community, information on Alzheimer’s and dementia,
their treatment options and guides to a healthier mind. The Alzheimer’s Association also has a 24/7 helpline that can be reached at 1(800)272-3900.

Aging & Disability Resource
Center of Broward County
5300 Hiatus Road
Sunrise, FL 33351
954-745-9567

The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Broward County or ADRC, provides information on and connections to disability services provided by Broward County. For seniors or those with mental illness 18 years or older, the ADRC
can provide transportation, meal, home repair and mental health services. For more information, call (954)745-9779.

Alzheimer’s Family Center
6280 W Atlantic Boulevard
Margate, FL 33063
954-971-7155

The Alzheimer’s Family Center is an organization offering help to those who suffer from Alzheimer’s as well as their caregivers. They offer many services such as: in-home counseling, in-home respite, volunteer companionship and information and referral on Alzheimer’s and services. For the latter, call (954)971-7155 free of charge.

Broward County Veteran Services
2995 North Dixie Highway
Oakland Park, FL
954-357-6622

Broward County’s Elderly and Veteran services ensure that each veteran receives their benefits and that seniors maintain a proper quality of life. The veteran services provide access to veteran benefits, entitlements and support services. The elderly services include: adult day care, personal and respite care, medical supplies, emergency alert response and homemaking assistance.

American Heart Association
6444 N.W. 5th Way
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
954-492-6900

The American Heart Association or AHA, is a non profit organization that strives to educate the public about how to live a healthy lifestyle and heart conditions. AHA provides information on many conditions such as: arrhythmia, heart attack, cholesterol and congenital heart defects. The American Heart Association also strives to raise awareness about these conditions and to find cures through their fundraisers.

American Diabetes Association
www.diabetes.org
1500 W Cypress Creek Road
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
954-772-8040

The American Diabetes Association is a nonprofit organization that provides information on pre-diabetes, diabetes 1 and 2 and tips on how to manage it. The American Diabetes Association, or ADA, has all the basics for living healthy with diabetes such as: recipes for meals, exercise routines, information on medication, woman’s and men’s health, and advice on monitoring your glucose levels. Information may be found online or through their hotline at 1-800-DIABETES (2383).

American Parkinson’s Association
www.apdaparkinson.org
201 E. Sample Road
Deerfield Beach, FL 33064
954-786-2305

The American Parkinson’s Association South Florida Chapter is an information and referral organization that equips those living with Parkinson’s with the resources they need for healthier living. APA connects those living with Parkinson’s with support and exercise groups, healthcare providers, information about Parkinson’s and caregiver respite assistance. The American Parkinson’s Association also provides information over the phone at (800)835-2732.

American Lung Association
www.lung.org
2020 South Andrews Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316-3430
954-524-4657

The American Lung Association is a nonprofit organization that works towards diminishing lung disease by eliminating or improving environmental factors such as tobacco use and polluted air. The ALA provides information on lung cancer,
COPD, bronchitis and influenza. The ALA also works towards finding cures for lung disease through extensive research. American Lung Association’s information can be accessed online or on their helpline, 1(800)-LUNGUSA (586-4872).

Arthritis Foundation
www.arthritis.org
5101 NW 21st Avenue, # 440
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
954-616-1233

With information on every kind of arthritis to treatment options, the Arthritis Foundation provides a vast array of information to those living with arthritis. This information includes but is not limited to: exercise options, nutrition, preventing and managing arthritis, community programs, special events and fundraisers, symptoms and signs.

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