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By Dover Publications
Gayla M. Mills' book offers "a doorway into the endless joys of making music, for everyone at any age." — Bernard Holland, Music critic emeritus, The New York Times. It shows readers how to live and age well with music.
By Carriage Trade PR
Aging in Place: Ways to Update a House for Staying Long Term By Sherry Daniel No one likes to bring up the dreaded move that many of us fear will face us in the future. What am I referring to? Retirement homes.
By FirstLight Home Care
Arza Goldstein, who manages a private practice as an End of Life Doula, helping the dying and their families make the time that remains less stressful and more meaningful, will lead a workshop on Wednesday, May 1st at 6 p.m., at FirstLight Home Care of...
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By G&D Media
New York – G&D Media announces the release of seven new paperbacks by author and motivational speaker Dr. Gary S. Goodman.
By Care3, Inc.
Care3™ (www.care3.co), the leading care collaboration platform for healthcare delivered in the home and community, is transforming conventional interactions between care professionals, patients, and families.
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
The Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida applauds Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' selection of Richard Prudom as Secretary for the Florida Department of Elder Affairs. We welcome Secretary Prudom as our valued partner and statewide leader.
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
Area Agency on Aging for SWFL sees 16.2% increase in calls over 2017 numbers
By Live Forever Club
Just published by Adrian Cull, founder of the Live Forever Club
By NextFifty Initiative
NextFifty Initiative recently announced the recipients of funding for its third grant cycle.
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
Carol Grant is Director of Integrated Case Management at Sarasota Memorial Hospital and a three-year Sarasota resident. She joins the Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida's Board of Directors. AAASWFL serves seven counties, including Saraosta.
By Vitamins and minerals
The terrain of health and medication has observed various landmarks accessed, momentous inventions made and newer and better protective measures appear with movement of time.
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By BIG Marketing Solutions LLC
Introducing Twisted Seniors™ "Twister®, Style" Game Is It Healthy Clean Fun, Sex in a Box, or Naughty But Nice?
By Silene Biotech
New Cellular Aging Test Can Provide a Detailed Profile of an Individuals Cellular Health and Biological Age
By Foggy Bottom West End Village
Foggy Bottom West End Village Releases Educational Videos on the Impact of Social Isolation Among Seniors
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
AAASWFL intends to request service waiver from Florida Department of Elder Affairs to provide Powerful Tools for Caregivers, a caregiver support workshop.
By Black Card Books
After losing a job that represented her entire lifestyle, Marit Stormark embarked on an author journey and is set to release her first book, Reinvented: 8 Steps Women Over 50 Make a Fresh Start.
By Agency on Aging Northeastern Illinois
The Agency on Aging Northeastern Illinois is preparing to welcome thousands of older adults to the Senior Lifestyle Expo at Drury Lane in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois. The event will be held on August 21st and August 22nd from 9 AM to 2 PM each day.
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By EngAGE, Inc.
The non-profit EngAGE, Inc., is pleased to welcome Laura Mason to the team as Executive Director of EngAGE Northern California, effective August 20, 2018.
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
Area Agency on Aging offers workshops in seven counties in Southwest Florida—free training provided
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida will offer Walk With Ease, a six-week exercise workshop for people with arthritis, at the DeSoto Friendship Center in Arcadia.
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
The new mission statement was approved by the AAASWFL board of directors at the agency's June 28, 2018 board meeting.
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
More than 16,300 seniors in Southwest Florida are receiving letters from the Social Security Administration about Medicare Savings Programs. The Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida's SHINE program can assist with eligibility and applications.
By Aware Senior Care
Aware Senior Care announced today that it has received the 2018 Best of Home Care – Employer of Choice Award from Home Care Pulse.
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
"Resourceful Strategies for Older Adults" is presented by Florida Rural Legal Services in partnership with Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida.
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By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
Editorial opinion from Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida's Elder Abuse Prevention Coordinator, Sherry Young.
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By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is commemorated annually on June 15 to raise awareness of abuse and neglect in our communities
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By Area Agency on aging for Southwest Florida
Learn the ins and outs of Medicare at Goodwill Mecca location on May 17. Presented by the Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida's SHINE program.
By Dr. Sonny O
More and more patients in their 50's and 60's are turning to plastic surgery to look as young as they feel. Dr. Sonny O works with patients of all ages and can pinpoint which procedures and products are best for each age range.
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By Area Agency on Aging
Informational presentation offered on May 15 at Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida in North Fort Myers. Free workshops to be held in spring/summer in North Fort Myers/Cape Coral region.
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
Registration is now open for the free six-week program, which helps caregivers learn how to care for others without neglecting themselves. Class size is limited, so advance registration is required for the six-week workshop.
By Ageless interAction
Older adults celebrate visual art paintings in first art show at Jewish senior home.

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