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Top 10 Tips for making and keeping resolutions in 2017

January 3, 2017

The types of New Year’s resolutions that we make might change as we age (not many of us resolve to climb Mount Everest but we might pledge to spend more time with our grandkids), but …..

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COA to introduce senior bistro at four more dining sites

December 28, 2016

A pilot of a new bistro-style approach to senior dining at the Sebastopol Senior Center was so successful that Council on Aging is now planning to roll out the program at its four other senior …..

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Realizing ‘aha moments’ through the power of social media

December 12, 2016

Social media involves a learning curve, especially if you didn’t grow up using it. Yet, increasingly seniors are realizing the power of online communication to reinvent their lives, communicate with family members and learn more …..

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Medical cannabis helps manage Alzheimer’s symptoms

December 5, 2016

As the Baby Boomer generation gains senior citizen status, cannabis has taken on a new role in some lives, as caregivers have embraced medicinal cannabis as an alternative to pharmaceuticals to manage symptoms of Alzheimer’s …..

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The funny side of aging

November 22, 2016

Getting old may not always seem funny, but there are aging entertainers and comics out there who have found a way to maintain and share their sense of humor— even as they grow older. A …..

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Memories from service as a WAVE

November 11, 2016

In 1943 at the age of 21, Georgia Todd joined the WWII effort, becoming a member of the U.S. Naval Reserves for women known as WAVES, an acronym for Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service. …..

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