Philadelphia Corporation for Aging
Philadelphia city officials joined forces with volunteers working to protect the most vulnerable population — the city’s homeless — from the frigid, potentially deadly cold snap.
Thanksgiving came early for more than 200 Philadelphia seniors who were guests at a holiday dinner Sunday.
It’s National Senior Center Month and there is a large array of options for our growing older population. The Philadelphia Corporation on Aging is a good local source.
Some children in Philadelphia playing at a spray ground had the right idea about staying cool, but another at risk group is senior citizens, and there are many ways they can get help.
The excessive heat warning remains in effect for the region, and the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging’s “Heatline” will be open 8:30am until 12 midnight today through Friday.
Hundreds of seniors lined up at the Reading Terminal Market on Tuesday for free food vouchers.
The excessive heat warning remains in effect for the region and the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging’s Heat Line will remain open until 8 p.m. Sunday.
The Philadelphia Corporation for Aging held its first-ever “Senior Strut,” along Boathouse Row.
Philadelphia Corporation for Aging held its annual Mature Workers Task Force award breakfast on Friday morning, at the end of “National Employ Older Workers Week.”
Area low-income seniors are eligible for vouchers to help them buy local fruits and veggies.
By Jim Donovan: Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) is distributing Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program produce vouchers as part of an annual program to encourage seniors to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables. Eligible Philadelphia […]
The Philadelphia Corporation for Aging is activating its Heatline once again, today. You can reach it at 215-765-9040.
Tomorrow is the first day of summer and the first day of what’s expected to be three days of temperatures above 90-degrees.
Today is the 7th annual World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. The Philadelphia Corporation for Aging is marking the day by putting the issue of elder financial abuse at the forefront.
PCA says it’s due to new state regulations that take effect July 1st.