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CHARTIERS SENIORS PRESENTS: Wildwood, NJ MAY 31- JUNE 5, 2020 6 DAYS & 5 NIGHTS - CHARTIERS SENIORS  PRESENTS:  Wildwood, NJ  MAY 31- JUNE 5, 2020 6 DAYS & 5 NIGHTS   ** PACKAGE INCLUDES **  * ROUND TRIP MOTOR COACH TRANSPORTATION  * 5 NIGHTS ACCOMMODATIONS at an Ocean Front Hotel  * 5 FANTASTIC FULL BREAKFASTS at your hotel  * DELICIOUS DINNERS INCLUDING:  *A PIZZA & HOAGIE PARTY BY THE POOL  *COCKTAIL ... Read more...
Virtue Education Series Dementia Basics: Understanding Dementia and its Effects -  Virtue Education Series – Dementia Basics: Understanding Dementia and its Effects Join our monthly Virtue Memory Care series to learn more about the effects of Dementia in aging adults. Our monthly sessions provide a safe, confidential place to ask questions as well as gain valuable resources. This month’s session will focus on how dementia changes ... Read more...
$cam Jam, Tuesday, January 21 2020 - $cam Jam, Tuesday, January 21 2020 7:30 P.M. – 9:00 P.M. – Temple Emanuel of South Hills 1250 Bower Hill Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15243 (Registration 7:15 PM)  FREE EVENT. WIN PRIZES. PLAY FRAUD BINGO!  Learn about financial and investment scams targeting you!  Free Take-Home Resources and Guest Speakers from: PA Dept of Banking and Securities ... Read more...
Missed it at the Movies? Downton Abbey – Tuesday, January 21 @ 1:30pm - Join us on the third Tuesday of every month at 1:30pm at Shaler North Hills Library. https://www.shalerlibrary.org/missed-it-at-the-movies-tuesday-august-20-130pm/ Tuesday, January 21  – Downton Abbey
January Lunch at Citiparks Healthy Active Living Centers - Join us for lunch in January at Citiparks Healthy Active Living Centers…Residents age 60+ (spouses under 60 are also eligible) can enjoy a nutritious lunch at Citiparks Healthy Active Living Centers. The program runs Monday through Friday. Meals are provided through a partnership with the Allegheny County Department of Human Services and the Area Agency ... Read more...
Medicare Open Enrollment: Questions and Answers - By Joanne McDermitt, APPRISE Coordinator, Beaver County Office on Aging Question: What is open enrollment?  Answer: This is the time of year that Medicare recipients can change their Advantage medical and Part D prescription drug plans. Medicare recipients can change from Original Medicare to an Advantage Plan or switch from one Advantage Plan to another. ... Read more...
Allegheny County’s new Veterans Affairs Officer is passionate about helping local vets get the benefits they deserve - Pictured: Allegheny County’s Veterans Affairs Officer Dwight Boddorf While serving a combat tour in Iraq as a United States Marine with the 2nd LAR based out of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, Dwight Boddorf of Bellevue Borough was seriously wounded by a roadside bomb. “I got pretty severely hurt and suffered significant injuries to my skull ... Read more...
US veterans experience visiting the war memorials in Washington, DC - It was a poignant moment. One of the 40 US veterans—who all traveled together on October 3 to Washington, DC—slowly approached the Vietnam Veterans War Memorial. In his pocket was a crumpled scrap of paper. Written on it were the names of the comrades who’d served alongside him.  Nearing the wall, he caught sight of ... Read more...
Allegheny County DA’s office fights to support victims of crime and abuse - By District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala, Jr. Pictured: District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala, Jr. The most recent crime statistics show that more than 12,000 cases of fraud were reported throughout Allegheny County in 2018, costing more than $8 million in losses. This year, it’s estimated that more than 5,200 cases of abuse will be reported—all ... Read more...
Caregiver Support Program helps local caregivers cope with challenges and get support - Anyone who has undertaken the journey of being a caregiver to a parent, spouse or friend knows firsthand that it can be both a richly rewarding and overwhelmingly challenging experience. Fortunately, for caregivers of all kinds in Allegheny County and beyond, a variety of resources are available to support those in this role. More than ... Read more...

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