AgingNext staff is willing and ready to offer support
The team at AgingNext has served older adults in Claremont and 15 neighboring cities for 45 years. The organization works hand-in-hand with its clients—older adults—to ensure they are equipped with the tools they need in order to feel confident about their aging journey.
“With thoughtful planning, together we can create a more peaceful and uplifting tomorrow for those in the communities we serve,”?said Floy Biggs, CEO?of AgingNext.
During this difficult time, staff at AgingNext are closed to walk-in traffic, but the office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the staff is available to answer questions and concerns. Residents needing resources can call (909) 621-9900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, they are working with local groups and community members to help seniors with meal delivery, grocery shopping and rides to essential doctor and pharmacy visits.
As a nonprofit organization, AgingNext appreciates volunteers and donations. Those wishing to volunteer should also call (909) 621-9900.
“AgingNext is deeply invested in the safety and well-being of our community,”?Ms. Biggs said. “We are here to help now, and will be here for you in the future.”
But AgingNext doesn’t just focus on the critical resources needed to age comfortably at home, they also believe having fun is equally as important. Clients can take part in activities such as book clubs, movie nights, discussion groups, coffee klatches, special events and much more.
“You might even pick up a new hobby,” the nonprofit’s website states.?“And you can do it all while making new friends and reconnecting with old ones.”
Visit their website to learn more about the programs and services that help older residents plan ahead, deal with urgent situations, and age comfortably at home.
AgingNext is located at 141 S. Spring St., Claremont. Call (909) 621-9900 or visit www.agingnext.org to learn more about programs and assistance.