Senior Orphans are seniors who are widowed, divorced, or live alone. They live with no children in the same city, or may be estranged from their family. By staying active and making new friends, you can avoid being a Senior Orphan.
More than 150 million cards are sold on Mother’s Day, and 101 million cards are sold on Father’s Day. But only about four million cards are sold on Grandparents Day. Have grandma and grandpa slipped through the cracks? Here are a few tips to bolster your chances of the postman delivering you a card on Grandparents Day.
Giving up the holiday hosting duties doesn't mean you have to give up on making holiday memories. Janet Price reflects on how she continues to make family Passover memories in her new home at Village Shalom.
Interfaith grandparenting has a number of challenges -- especially around the holidays. Easter and Passover bring a unique set of challenges, given the religious nature of each holiday. In today's blog, Sunie provides a few tips on ways to keep the peace.
The world is already filled with would-be Dostoevskys. So why encourage seniors to write? Because massive as the influx of writers and manuscripts is, there is always room for new, great, insightful writing – and that type of writing has no age limit.
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