Usually, dinner time with seniors is a relatively placid affair as food gets doled out and seniors eat and chat. Even when they head out for lunch or dinner, the results are usually predictable: a laidback meal, talk of bocce or lawn bowling, comparing aches and pains, and then the bill …Read More
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The Civil Rights Movement is one of America’s formative events, with a variety of leaders in the black community fighting against injustice. And though many of them suffered and died, several key members are still alive. Here’s a look back at a few of them.
Lewis is the only living leader of the Big Six …Read More
February 20, 2014 Tags: black seniors, Bobby Seale, Civil Rights Movement, CT Vivian, James Howard Meredith, Jesse Jackson, John Lewis, LivingSenior, seniors
Category: Giving Back to Our Senior Community, Senior Activities, Senior Community Outreach, Senior Living, Senior Philanthropy, Seniors Staying Active Comments Off
Having the “stop driving” conversation with your parents is never an easy one, but sometimes it’s a necessary step to keep them—and everyone around them—as safe as possible.
Why Does Driving Become Unsafe for Seniors?
As our bodies age, they also slowly deteriorate in a number of ways. Usually these changes are manageable, but behind the wheel …Read More
Seniors are typically thought of as gentle people who want to maintain independence as long as possible, but there are a whole host of stereotypes out there about aging that just aren’t true.
Myth: Seniors Don’t Care About the World
This myth falls under what logicians call “the psychologist’s fallacy” in which people presuppose the thoughts of …