Events

We are excited to share opportunities for you to attend educational seminars, 

exercise classes, community events, and much more! 

41st Annual

Senior Games in the Pines

Adults 50+ Competitions in a variety of individual and team sports and arts.


It's time to register for the 41st annual Senior Games in the Pines!  

Register online: torch.ncseniorgames.org or in person at your local Recreation Center.

Early Bird Registration: Feb 1- Mar 1 |  $10

Regular Registration: Mar 2 - 22 |  $15

event sponsored by The Village Chapel 

Dementia Socialization Luncheon

Feb 7, 2024 | The Village Chapel - Chapel Hall 


Dementia Socialization Luncheon - Care Partner / Caregiver 

Socialization is something that everyone needs to stay healthy and happy.  Social needs of individuals living with dementia, however, are even more critical to their overall health.  Socializing provides those living with dementia way to stay connected to here and now.

RSVP required. For reservations or more information  910.295.6003 | heatherwiggins@tvpinehurst.com 

FREE Community Programs 

Family Estrangement: A Journey of Acknowledgement 

March 18 and 25  |  4p

Southern Pines Public Library | 170 W Connecticut Ave. 


Aging Outreach Services and Southern Pines Public Library are hosting a series of two free seminars to help families understand and navigate the complexities of family estrangement.

Each seminar will focus on sharing information and creating a support system.

  • Monday, March 18 the discussion will focus on a review of Fe Anam Avis’s PEAK Parents of Estranged Adults Kids A Resource for Recovery. Tyner found that “Avis offers a path of acceptance and healing for those seeking to move forward as they deal with the impact and causes of estrangement in their lives.”
  • Monday, March 25 the discussion will focus on the journey of healing and acceptance. Tyner shares that her professional experience brings an “understanding that many people are suffering in silence about estrangement and need to learn they are not alone.”

Jennifer Tyner, Lead Care Manager with AOS Care Management, will lead the seminars. Tyner has 20 years of experience supporting families as they navigate the challenges of aging. She recently attended an Aging Life Care™ Association presentation focused on the parents of estranged adult children. Throughout her career, Tyner has worked with families who are dealing with estrangement and has seen the toil unresolved issues bring as older family members age. “My goal for these seminars to provide our community with a forum that allows estranged families to break out of their isolation, find a community where they can share their experiences, and hopefully take one step closer to coming to terms with their personal journey. I hope that if you are suffering in silence, you will join us, learn you are not alone and are able to leave this series with a better understanding of how to heal.”

For more information, the community is invited to contact Jennifer Tyner directly at 910.692.0683 or JenniferT@AOSCareManagement.com.

Alzheimer's Association & Moore County Senior Enrichment Center 

Lunch & Learn  

  • Friday, February 23 | 12 - 2 p.m.
  • Friday, March 22 | 12-2 p.m. 

Health Brain. Healthy Body. Healthy You.  

The lunch & learn will provide insights on lifestyle choices that may keep your brain and body healthy as you age. 

This event is free and open to all Moore County residents ages 50+.  Registration is required.  Call 910.947.4483, Moore County Senior Enrichment Center. 

Caregiver Support Groups  

  • First Tuesday Monthly | 11:00a.m.
  • Second Wednesday Monthly | 11:30a.m.

AOS Care Management, Fox Hollow Senior Living Community and TerraBella Southern Pines are pleased to provide monthly caregiver support group meetings.

Support groups build a network of trusted friends who understand the challenges you face.  

For more information call AOS Care Management at 910.692.0683.

The expertise you need to age with success...


The expertise of Aging Outreach Services helps families navigate the challenges of aging.

When you need answers and resources during a time of uncertainty, the guidance and resources of our team leads families to the actions and decisions that ensure quality care and an optimal life for those they love, thus reducing worry, stress, and time-off of work for family caregivers.

Call TODAY and schedule a visit with a care manager to see how we can help!
910.692.0683 | www.AOSNC.com


Best of the Pines 2023

Thank you for your support!


What an honor to be selected BEST Home Care Service; first place; 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023!

When you have a true passion for what you do and those you serve, it comes shining through. On behalf of our team, caregivers and clients, THANK YOU for your continued community support.
Best of the Pines 2023 #1

~ Amy Natt, Aging Outreach Services President & CEO

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