The Elder Update is the Florida Department of Elder Affairs’ bimonthly newspaper directed to Florida seniors. Click on the text links below to choose the issue you would like to read:
For publication submissions, subscription requests, or requests for printed copies, please contact us at:
Elder Update Editor
4040 Esplanade Way
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-7000
You may also submit a request via our subscription request form. * Please allow 8 to 10 weeks to receive the first issue or for changes to take effect.
The Elder Update is distributed at no cost to elder Floridians and sent by U.S. mail. Unfortunately, the Department is unable to mail Elder Update subscriptions out of state due to increasing postage costs.
You may also electronically fill out a new subscription request form or change of address.
The Elder Update is also available in Braille and on cassette tape for people with disabilities. Call the Bureau of Braille and Talking Book Library at 1-800-226-6075 for additional information.
If you wish to re-print a selected article from Elder Update in your newsletter or other printed publication, please request permission from the Elder Update editor* in advance for each specific article that you wish to use. Please include the following information in your request:
- Article you would like to reprint (title, date of issue, and page number)
- Name of your publication
- Date of intended publication
- Print quantity
- Circulation area
Copyright fair use law allows you to excerpt up to 100 words from an article without our permission. For more than 100 words, you must reprint the entire article without any alterations or editing.
We often print articles provided to us by other organizations and agencies. We do not authorize the reprinting of these external articles.
If approved, please include the following line with all reprinted articles: “Reprinted with express permission from the Florida Department of Elder Affairs."
The Florida Department of Elder Affairs does not charge for reproduction rights.
* Call 850-414-2000 or email the Elder Update Editor.
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