Program Updates

Program Updates: Wednesday, May 20. 

The following services are currently available:

Shopping Assistance - We are now offering free Shopping Assistance for anyone age 60 or better. Seniors can provide our team with their shopping lists. We will go to the store on their behalf and then deliver the items to their door. Call 772-223-7843 for information.

Telephone Reassurance - This program has expanded to allow all seniors to access free counseling and assurance from a nurse or licensed clinical social worker. Calls are also still being made to all homebound clients. Call 772-223-7879 for information.

Meals on Wheels and Kane Cuisine - To access home-delivered meals, call 772-223-7826 or 772-223-7825.

Emergency Food Pantry – Our Emergency Food Pantry is stocked with non-perishable foods for those in need. Please call our Meal Services for information, 772-223-7826 or 772-223-7825.

24-Hour Hotline – Are you a senior who needs assistance? Call our 24/7 emergency hotline 772-834-4236.

Case Manager Navigator – Our case managers are still caring for their clients. The Case Manager Navigator is also available for assistance with accessing services and supplies. Call Jeanne at 772-223-7845.

Caregiver Counseling – Those caring for loved ones with dementia can access free caregiver counseling by calling Donna True, LCSW, at 772-223-7879.

Memory Enhancement at Home – Keep your brain and body active in the comfort and safety of your own home with our new 2 hour, one-on-one Brain Fitness and Exercise Combination Class. Call Crystal Collier at 772.223.7843 or e-mail [email protected] for more information.

Virtual Fitness Classes – Virtual Fitness Classes will be offered Monday-Friday beginning June 1. Click here to view the offerings and schedule. 

Day Medical Center – The medical center is open. As many patients as possible are being seen via telemedicine. When necessary, patients are still being seen in the office, with additional safety precautions in place. Call 772-223-7864 to schedule an appointment.

The following programs and services remain closed. The health and safety of our members, clients, patients and visitors is our top priority. Though most of the state, including Martin County, has entered Phase 1 of reopening, we are still assessing the situation and working to put proper safety protocols in place before opening our doors to the public. We recognize that we serve the population most vulnerable to COVID-19 infection, so we must err on the side of caution. 

Adult Day Club - We our monitoring  information from the CDC, AHCA and the local Emergency Operations Center. We have created a plan to open the Day Club in Phases. We will updated Club members and families as soon as a reopen date has been determined. Alternative programs may be available. Please contact Crystal Collier, Director of Adult Day Health Care at 772-223-7843 for more information.

Community Center/Active Senior Programs - All on-site active senior programming including fitness classes, Games & Groups, lectures, concerts, special events, classes and workshops are on hold until further notice. A calendar of virtual program offerings for the month of June will be published shortly. Please contact Lisa Bharath, Membership and Program Coordinator at 772-223-7800 for more information.

A note about concerts and special events. All concerts, fundraisers and special events scheduled through June 30 are postponed. We are working to reschedule these events for later in the year. If you are a current ticket holder or have already registered for an event, you will be notified by phone of any developments. Please also check our website and Facebook pages for further updates.


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Upcoming Events

Jun, 2020

06-15-2020 03:00 PM
Virtual Meeting
Oct, 2020

10-18-2020 02:00 PM -04:00 PM
Nov, 2020

11-19-2020 05:00 PM -09:00 PM
Jan, 2021

01-22-2021 07:00 PM -09:00 PM

To learn about our FULL CALENDAR, please visit our Events page to see other upcoming classes, concerts, and more!

About the Council on Aging at the Kane Center

Who We Are

At the Council on Aging of Martin County, we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to live life to the fullest – no matter their age.

We were founded as a private, 501(c)(3) organization in 1974 to provide services tailored to the specific needs of seniors. More than 40 years later, we are the longest-serving senior services agency in the county offering the most comprehensive resources for elders, their families and their caregivers.

At the Forefront of "Aging Well"

The Kane Center is the home of the Council on Aging of Martin County. The Kane Center is specially designed for seniors of all capabilities and walks of life – as well as their families and caregivers – to come together in a secure, comfortable atmosphere where they truly feel at home.

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"He didn't have anything until he found the Kane Center. I really have to say that it probably saved his life." – Lisa Djahed, Caregiver


Kane Corporate Partners

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  • CSI Caregivers
  • LifeCare
  • The Pointe
  • Solaris
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    The Council on Aging at the Kane Center is a participant in the PrintPlace Sponsorship Program.

    A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services online at www.800helpfla.com or by calling toll free (800-435-7352) within the state.  Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the state.  The Council on Aging of Martin County’s solicitation registration number is CH2307.

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