Older Adults Month: Week Four
Margaret Zook, Director of Church and Community Relations Posted on May 30, 2019
NPR reported on a group of engineers walking through the airports in aging sensitivity suits. The suits were to help understand the unique issues of navigation for older adults...
Finding the Best Activities for People Living with Dementia
Keeping active can improve a person’s quality of life, bringing pleasure and meaning. Seniors living with dementia often find everyday activities are more difficult. But choosing appropriate, failure-free activities..
Older Americans Month: Week Three
Margaret Zook, Director of Church and Community Relations Posted on May 22, 2019
A Plan for Living Well in Later Life As we think of the many years ahead of us, we wish for them to be as happy and healthy as possible...
10 Scams that Target Seniors and How to Protect Yourself
Bruce Alder Posted on January 29, 2019
While anyone can be a victim of fraud, we are seeing more and more scammers targeting retirees. Scammers target seniors because they are able to manipulate seniors to quickly..
Dementia Caregiver Study Highlights the Importance of Togetherness
Danielle Leheny Posted on December 03, 2018
In recent years, the healthcare community has poured much attention into the special needs of people with dementia – and there have been exciting advances in therapies, treatments, and..
Growing Partnership with Drexel Sparks New Possibilities in Dementia Care
Danielle Leheny Posted on October 01, 2018
“You are not alone.” For a caregiver of a loved one with dementia – or for someone struggling with dementia themselves – this is a powerful message to hear. ..
New Fund for Creative Arts Therapy: Inspiring Donors, Growing Possibilities
Danielle Leheny Posted on September 10, 2018
Do you have a passion for the creative arts? Have you Seen music, art, or dance make a positive difference in Someone’s life – perhaps even your own? The..
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