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Stockton Center on Successful Aging

Program Changes & Event Cancellation Procedures

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SCOSA Vision and Mission
The Stockton Center on Successful Aging promotes education, research, and services to respond to local, regional, and statewide needs related to population aging. The Center’s core mission is to encourage older residents to “age successfully” through vital involvements and engagement in their community.


Current & Upcoming Programs

SCOSA Winter/Spring 2015 (January 2015 - June, 2015) Older Adult Education Brochure is now online as a booklet and in print form.   

SCOSA Summer-Autumn (July - December) 2014 Older Adult Education Brochure.
Click here to view online   Click here to access a printable version

Time to Tell Travels to Hammonton: Writing Memory Stew
Flyer - Free Workshop – Limited Capacity – Register Now


Attention Artists & Crafters
Diamond Frandsen, owner of the Ivy Cottage, would like to reward older adults for “trying something new” that engages the senses and involves them in the arts. SCOSA participants who attend 6 or more arts or writing related SCOSA events will receive a $15.00 gift certificate to the Ivy Cottage. This must include at least one event by Diamond Frandsen. Contact Gina Maguire for details at 609-626-5590.


 

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Click here to access the online version of the SCOSA Annual Report July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014

Click here to access the pdf version of the SCOSA Annual Report July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014

Click here to access the online verison of the SCOSA Annual Report July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013

Click here to download the pdf version of the SCOSA Annual Report July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013


SCOSA Joins Road Scholar Institute Network    

 

 

SCOSA Supports:

Senate Aging Committee Launches Anti-Fraud Hotline and Web Form for Older Adults
The U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging has set up a new, toll-free hotline (1-855-303-9470) to help older adults who suspect fraud or a scam may be occurring. The hotline will make it easier for older Americans to report suspected fraud and find assistance for themselves or for someone they know. A team of investigators will help figure out what steps to take to combat possible investment scams, identity theft, bogus sweepstakes and lottery schemes, Medicare and Social Security fraud, and a variety of other consumer issues.
Anyone with information about suspected fraud should reach out to an investigator by telephone (9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. EST) or through a web form that will send an email to the investigative team.

Caring for Caregivers Respite Relief Volunteer Program Brochure Contact Jennie Roberts at Caring, Inc. (609-484-7050 x 246) for details.

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Announcements

Stockton Channel 9 airs Aging Insights on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30pm

SCOSA wins People's Choice Award for Best Government & Education Resources Web Sites 2012

 

 

 

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