VCAAA Earns Two National Mature Media Awards


VENTURA, California – The Ventura County Area Agency on Aging, a department of the County of Ventura’s Human Services Agency, was honored twice in the 32nd annual National Mature Media Awards.

The 2022 edition of LIVEWell received Gold honors in the magazine category. It’s the fourth consecutive year that the publication has been recognized, but the first time it has received Gold status after being Bronze in 2021 and 2022 and Silver in 2020. LIVEWell, an annual publication that provides articles and resource listings, is the premier resource guide in Ventura County for individuals 60 and older, caregivers, and people with disabilities.

Additionally, the agency’s Seminars on Brain Health and Wellness that were held in 2022 received Silver honors in the Online/Digital Resource category. The online video series were informative presentations designed to provide critical resources for Ventura County residents living with a dementia-related diagnosis and their caregivers.

The National Mature Media Awards honors the nation’s best marketing, communications, educational materials, and programs produced for older adults. The awards program is presented by the Mature Market Resource Center, a national clearinghouse for the older adult market.

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