Welcome Seniors of Mobile,
Baldwin and Escambia Counties!

The Area Agency on Aging serves as the lead agency to assist seniors and their families in providing and coordinating resources and services that enable seniors to maintain their independence.




We want to hear from you!

The Area Agency on Aging of the South Alabama Regional Planning Commission provides assistance to older adults, disabled individuals, their families and caregivers.  The agency wants to hear from Mobile, Baldwin and Escambia County residents about how we might better serve you. Please click on the link below to take the survey.




Turning 65?

You are invited to the SHIP Monthly Medicare Birthday Bash!

Give yourself a birthday gift and, before you turn 65, get help wading through the choices and information related to Medicare eligibility at one of our monthly seminars.  They are 9 a.m. – noon, the first Tuesday of each month at the GM&O BUILDING, 110 Beauregard St., Mobile.  The SHIP program offers free, unbiased information on Medicare and other related program. To learn more, call 251-433-6541 or 1-800-243-5463, or e-mail jroberson@sarpc.org.

Help us thank our Senior Expo sponsors by supporting them

Each year, the AAA hosts Senior Expos in Baldwin and Mobile Counties. We couldn't do it without the help of our generous sponsors. Help us thank them by supporting the work they do.


Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me


Volunteers of America Southeast, along with sponsors Mercy Medical and Providence Health System, is proud to present a private advance screening of the award-winning documentary, Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me.  


Thursday, October 2, 2014

6:45pm – Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me 


St. Luke’s High School Auditorium

Louise Robinson Moorer Center for Performing Arts

1400 University Boulevard South

Mobile, AL  36609


For FREE tickets visit www.mobilemovie.eventbrite.com

Or call 251-338-1294

The documentary is a powerful portrait of the life and musical legacy of the great American musical icon.  After being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, Campbell and his wife, Kim, went public with the diagnosis and announced his goodbye tour.  Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me documents Glen and his family’s attempt to navigate the wildly unpredictable nature of the progressing disease using love, laughter, and music as their medicine of choice. 




The fall term for

Odyssey USA Learning in Retirement

begins Friday, September 25.

The class options include the Life & Operas of Puccini; Neurobics; and Genealogy in the morning session and Earth & Sky; Islam; and Gardening in Mobile in the afternoon session. All classes are held in the Humanities Building on the University of South Alabama campus.

For more information on Odyssey membership, call 251-405-9930 or email aplatt@southalabama.edu.



SARPC/AAA is looking for

volunteer leaders to teach

Living Well Alabama,

a chronic disease

self-management program























Welcome Letter From The Director, Julie McGee