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By CAMCO
CAMCO, a homeowner association management company, and Indian Springs Middle School brought Valentine's Day kindness to the residents of Heritage Springs Assisted Living Home in Summerlin.
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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 Adelphi University
For years, Adelphi University has taken students out of the classroom to gain hands-on experience in their field. In October, speech-language pathology students will have the opportunity to conduct swallowing screenings at senior health fairs.
By Art 4 New York
Art 4 New York uses music, theatre, dance, and visual arts to bring smiles to NYC nursing home residents.
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By Rowena Husbands
Rowena Husbands photo exhibit raises funds to launch nonprofit to help Senior Citizens
By Sandyside Senior Living
Sandyside Senior Living has handed over digital marketing responsibilities to Vincent James Marketing, LLC. Vincent James Marekting is an Austin, TX based digital marketing firm specializing in small to medium businesses.
By Bank of Labor
Announces additional free, educational classes to be available to the public
By Startup50plus
You are never too old to start your own business like the founders of Kentucky Fried Chicken, McDonalds and Coke did after they were 50 years old. One in three new businesses in the US are started by founders over age 50.
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
The Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida urges local residents to take some time to connect with a senior during the holiday season. Maintaining connections with our elders can help to ensure their well-being and protect them from abuse.
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By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
Elder care and disability service providers encouraged to submit information for inclusion
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
Federal lawmakers are threatening to eliminate the funding for all State Health Insurance Assistance Programs (SHIP) like SHINE. These programs provide free, unbiased, personalized assistance to seniors as they attempt to navigate the Medicare maze.
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By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders) counselors are available at the Fruitville Public library by appointment only. SHINE counselors provide free, unbiased Medicare guidance during Medicare Open Enrollment and year-round.
By Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida
SHINE volunteers help evaluate Medicare during open enrollment, assist in navigating Medicare year-round

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