A New Kind of Small Town RetirementMany older adults dream of living at a slower pace during retirement. They imagine enjoying long walks, star-filled evenings and the cozy warmth of a quiet neighborhood. Despite this, some are held back by the fear of being “cut off” from the rest of the world. They don’t want to feel distanced from friends and family, or lose access to the comforts and services that a larger city provides.
Senior Travel Tips for Older AdultsWhether you’re a lifelong traveler or want to dive into a new adventure during your senior years, retirement is a great time to see the world. It’s important to plan ahead when traveling, and this is especially true for older adults. From a short road trip to an overseas adventure, making plans in advance can save you a lot of inconvenience later.
Honoring Past President, Pomeroy CarterIt is with deep sadness that we announce that Pomeroy Carter, our President Emeritus, passed away at Good Samaritan Center at ACV on July 18, 2022. Yet we do not grieve as those who have no hope. For the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. After that, we who are still
Here Comes the Sun: Heat Safety for SeniorsIn the heat of summer, a warm day can quickly become a health hazard. If your body becomes too hot, there may be a point where it can no longer regulate your temperature, resulting in dizziness and disorientation. Older adults are particularly vulnerable to overheating, which can be harmful – and even deadly.