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Tips for Caregivers on Social Media

We’ve talked about the many issues that caregivers are confronted with on a daily basis, and loneliness is near the top of that list. While it’s true that caregiving can Read More

Senior Gaming. Why Not?

Not only our kids are gamers anymore. Our parents and grandparents are becoming gamers, and they’re pretty good at it, too. According to a stud* conducted at the North Carolina Read More

Help! Avoiding Caregiving Burnout

Caregiving is an admirable life mission that can be observed across cultures and time periods. It is a devoted full time job by itself, but it is often not recognized Read More

Dynasty Trusts and Cryonics at International Business Week, Barbados

Michael J. Millonig was a speaker at the International Business Week Conference in Barbados on October 21, 2016 presenting the topic of Dynasty Trusts & Cryonics. This conference was attended Read More

How to help a parent back into the dating scene

There is no way to deny that millions of people are getting divorced or, sadly, losing a spouse to old age or accident. There has historically been a mild taboo Read More

Driving Safely as A Senior Citizen

There is a moment in life when our reflexes are no longer the same as they used to be, but there are many senior citizens out there who are still Read More

Fall Activities for Seniors in Southwest Ohio

It’s hard to imagine that summer officially ended two weeks ago (particularly since we’ve been seeing highs that are 5-10º above average for the last several weeks), but it’s true: Read More

Ageism

Ageism, defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as “prejudice or discrimination on the grounds of a person’s age”, may not be as familiar a term as some of the other Read More

A Local Memory Of Pearl Harbor: William “Billy” Welch

There are things in our past that deserve to be remembered, and I strongly believe that the fate of the thousands of brave US soldiers and citizens at Pearl Harbor Read More

The Benefits of Regular Exercise At An Advanced Age

Yes, exercise is good for anyone, and especially for seniors. As we age, our bodies are growing weaker, less flexible, and becoming more prone to injuries. But did you know Read More

CE SEMINARS FALL 2016

We are pleased to announce three new continuing education courses for Fall 2016. The seminars have been approved for CE credit by Ohio Department of Insurance. There is no exam Read More

Directions to Yankee Trace Golf Club

10000 Yankee StreetCenterville, Ohio 45458(937) 438-4653 TRAVELING SOUTH ON I675 South on I-675 to Exit 2 (Route 725, Miamisburg-Centerville Road). At end of the ramp, turn left onto Yankee St. heading South Head 2.3 Read More

Well Beyond 60 in Ohio

The state of Ohio’s Department of Aging launched a campaign in May called “Well Beyond 60”, establishing the inaugural month as an Older Americans Month. Their activities however still continue, Read More

Healthy Eating for Your Aging Parents

Healthy eating is a must if we want to ensure our senior relatives happy aging. Food is what keeps our body and mind alive, and thankfully, nowadays people are starting Read More

PROTECTING YOUR ESTATE FROM NURSING HOME COSTS

Germantown Senior Center Wednesday, September 7, 201610:00a.m. to 11:30a.m.The Ohio Medicaid program has just enacted major changes; the most dramatic since its inception in 1972. Ohio has terminated its 209(b) status Read More

PROTECTING YOUR ESTATE FROM NURSING HOME COSTS

741 Senior Center Thursday, September 15, 20166:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.The Ohio Medicaid program has just enacted major changes; the most dramatic since its inception in 1972. Ohio has terminated its 209(b) status Read More

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