A terrific opportunity to ask any questions, be shown how to become more tech savvy with a smart phone or other device, and just get more comfortable with technology in general in a relaxed, no pressure setting.
Every Wednesday at 8:10 Ken and I talk with Daryl Yankee from Animal Allies about the Pet of the Week. This week we were unable to talk with Daryl and I thought I'd take the opportunity to give you info on their "Sidekicks for Seniors" program.
The Duluth Police Department and Fire Department is proud to introduce a new program for the citizens of Duluth and surrounding area. It's called the Vial of Life and it's FREE! This program is a nationally recognized and designed to assist first responders such and Police, Fire and EMS give life-saving medical treatment to patients in an emergency situation. Here's the details so you or someone
Bentleyville Tour of Lights is for everyone, but cold weather, snow and slippery walk ways make it nearly impossible for our local Seniors to enjoy the wonderment. Thanks to the City of Duluth, they can catch every light of the tour and tasty dinner too! Grandma and Grandpa will love you for it!
There's a job opening for seniors 100 years old or older, sort of. The City of Duluth Parks & Recreation Division is looking for those who turn 100 years or older in 2012 for the annual 100 Year Birthday Party Celebration.
This event will be held on October 17 at 10:00 AM during the “Senior Expo” at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC). The pub...
Pfizer recently did a survey that would shake hopefully shake things up and have people talking about aging. They asked questions about aging to a wide rang of people. Perhaps one of the most surprising results was older Americans were more afraid of living in pain or losing independence than dying. Only 7% listed dying as the biggest fear, compared to 64% for living with pain/suffering. What