Philadelphia Corporation for Aging produces a broad spectrum of periodical publications and brochures. Click on the links below to access copies of PCA brochures and other publications.
MILESTONES provides older adults with news, health tips, activities, and opportunities for involvement. This award-winning tabloid-style print newspaper is published monthly and distributed free at more than 850 locations throughout the city of Philadelphia.
This weekly electronic newsletter is for people balancing work, health, and finances, who may also be caring for aging parents. National headlines, local news, features, and resources are provided.
State of the Agency Report
PCA produces the State of the Agency Report annually, to provide an overview of its accomplishments over the previous year and a forecast of future plans.
PCA 2015-2016 State of the Agency Report[PDF]
Published three times a year, Update is designed to keep professionals in the aging network informed of PCA’s activities and of important developments in the field.
Update Spring 2017 [PDF]
Update Fall 2016 [PDF]
Update Summer 2016 [PDF]
Update Spring 2016 [PDF]
Update Spring 2015 [PDF]
Update Summer 2015 [PDF]
Update Fall 2015 [PDF]
Published twice a year, this newsletter informs clergy members of important developments and resources for elderly members of their faith communities.
Emergency Fund Coalition Bulletin
Published quarterly, this newsletter informs the community of the fundraising and charitable activities of the 20-member Emergency Fund Coalition, which provides emergency assistance for older Philadelphians who have exhausted all other resources.
Emergency Fund Fall 2016 [PDF]
Emergency Fund Fall 2015 [PDF]
PCA Fact Sheet
This one-page sheet gives a brief overview of older Philadelphians and the services PCA provides to help them remain independent.
PCA Fact Sheet [PDF]
PCA’s Service Brochures
PCA publishes more than two dozen brochures which describe its services and programs.
This publication offers information about the symptoms of overheating and recommends preventive measures.
Heat Tips Brochure [PDF]
Keep Seniors Warm
This brochure provides tips and resources to help keep seniors warm through the winter season.
To request printed copies of publications, contact:
PCA Communications Department at 215-765-9000, ext. 5086