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Randolph Senior Adults Association (RSAA) is a nonprofit organization and has been the community’s lead agency on aging services for adults ages 50 and over for 47 years and counting. If you are an older adult, a person with a disability, a caregiver, or planning for your long-term care needs, RSAA’s friendly, helpful staff are trained professionals who are here to serve you. RSAA is a United Way agency.
To empower adults age 50 and over in Randolph County toward a life of personal independence, healthy aging, social connection and life-long learning.
Randolph Senior Adults Association
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult Resource & Education Center (REC)
Serving ages 50 years & older
347 West Salisbury Street PO Box 1852 Asheboro, NC 27203 336-625-3389
Join us as a player or sponsor (or both!) for the 5th Annual "Swing FORE Seniors" Golf Tournament! Chaired by Bill Croom, proceeds from the tournament will strengthen, expand, and support senior programs in Randolph County. Golfers enjoy a pre-tournament lunch at 11 a.m. The format for the tournament is Captain’s Choice four-player with a shotgun start at 12 p.m. Prizes are awarded to the top three teams and closest-to-the-pin.
Issue #16 (published June 2022). Click hereto read our latest issue of The Nurturer, a newsletter for family caregivers in Randolph County. Free copies of The Nurturer can be picked up at all Randolph Senior Adult Association locations, Randolph Health, Regional Consolidated Services and other community sites. To receive free quarterly copies of The Nurturer in the mail or via email, call 336-625-3389 or email: email@example.com to add your name to our mailing list.
Family Caregiver Newsletter
Fitness Classes are Back!
Join us for healthy movement with your favorite City of Asheboro instructors.
Pre-registration is required. Masks also required. Click here for more information.
Our Centers are Open
Whether you're 50 or 100, we have something for you! We want to provide a safe, positive, and welcoming environment for seniors who visit any of our five Centers. We intend to provide facilities, programs, and services that meet the needs of older adults at different stages and levels of life. We encourage all participants to be fully vaccinated before returning to our Centers, however it is not required. Masks are encouraged for those who are not vaccinated.
Senior Centers: 8:00am - 5:00pm Our Place Adult Day Care: 8:00am - 4:30pm
MEDICARE CAN BE CONFUSING.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP!
It is very important for everyone becoming eligible for Medicare to get accurate information about coverage and delivery options, including supplemental health insurance, Medicare health plans, and prescription drug coverage. Attention to these issues will help you avoid serious and costly problems later.
Randolph Senior Adults Association is the SHIIP Coordinating Site for Randolph County. The Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) is a division of the NC Department of Insurance which assists Medicare beneficiaries. SHIIP counselors offer free and unbiased information regarding Medicare health care products.
This video, from the NC SHIIP office in Raleigh, is designed to help you learn the basics. For more information and one-on-one assistance, contact SHIIP Coordinators Margie DiDona or Lisa Alley at 336-625-3389 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Note: There is no movie in September. The next movie will be on October 6th.
Ages 50+ receive FREE admission to the movie, as well as a FREE popcorn, a FREE small drink, and entry into door prize drawings. Click here to learn more.
Celebrating the Brighter Side of 50!
S.A.L.T. (Seniors and Law Enforcement Together)
July 20, 2022
Randleman Senior Center (144 W. Academy St., Randleman)
Mark your calendar! Representatives from area law enforcement agencies will be discussing programs, services, and the latest issues facing the community. Join us for this FREE information discussion!
RSVP not required.
What is the "Brighter Side of 50?" At the Randolph Senior Adults Association, it is living life to the fullest. It is meeting new people. It is going new places. It is trying new things. It is helping others. And, sometimes, it is receiving services that help you remain independent at home.
Caring for a loved one with dementia presents numerous challenges for families and caregivers. Having dementia puts older adults at risk of wandering, increased aggression, hallucinations, and depression.
Caring.com is a website filled with valuable information for caregivers. Below is a link to a new resource that explains the most common crises that arise and offers caregivers strategies to cope with or prevent them if a situation occurs. Click here to learn more.