Our Programs

Unite, Read & Relate

Unite, Read & Relate

 Read aloud to older adults . For older adults who loved to read, listening to someone read to them can bring profound comfort and joy.

There are many different reasons why older adults may give up reading. Common barriers include poor vision, lack of strength to hold up a book, tremors, dementia, and other medical reasons. Losing the ability to read often leaves people feeling withdrawn, sad and isolated.

By reading aloud to an older adult, you can help improve the quality of their life. Improvements include:

·     Stimulate memories and creativity

·     Improve mood and concentration

·     Increase social interaction

Virtual Senior Center


AFNN provide’s free access to Virtual Senior Center that uses computer, video chat, and Internet technology to connect older adults who are home bound due to lack of transportation, economic insecurities, chronic disease or functional disabilities to each other and to the outside world. Through the VSC, these participants will reestablish connections to their community by viewing a wide variety of classes: Art/Music appreciation, Health, History, Brain Games, Exercise, Computer Training, Travel as well as Cultural/Religious programming. They could also use the all-in-one Senior-friendly computer to learn email, play games, connect to online learning/news and much more. 

Ageism Advocacy & Education

Advocacy & Education

Education and Advocacy is critical to the foundation of Age-Friendly Network Nevada. This program focuses on educating the community about the real and underlining issues that cause and perpetuate ageism. The goal of this program is to change the conversation, provide understanding, disrupt the norm and end ageism.

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