You might have more to say than you realize! Why Would I Want to Share My Wisdom? Sometimes things just happen for the oddest reasons! Earlier this year I was asked to present to the members of the Senior Resource … Read More
In October, 2016, the Wayne Senior Center's "Sage on Stage" local access TV program, hosted by Donna Alexander, interviewed Dara and Brad. That show has been posted online on YouTube and you can see it, in its entirety, at this link.
Recently, Seniors Helping Seniors partnered with VetAssist to help provide an easier path to the Veteran's Aid and Attendance Benefit and Pension. This program is intended to help provide in-home support to Veterans and their spouses. To learn more about … Read More
Here in Chester County, PA we’ve been blessed so far this year with a very mild autumn and early winter. In fact, many forecasts are for an overall mild winter. Nevertheless, we are bound to get at least a couple … Read More
November is National Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month As part of our community outreach, we speak to groups about dementia topics almost monthly. Similarly as we meet new senior care clients, families, and caregivers the topic of dementia or Alzheimer’s … Read More
On this Veteran's Day, we are thrilled to be able to honor Joe Valentino, Chester County's oldest living World War II veteran. It is our privilege to be associated with this wonderful man, who first served our country, and later … Read More
Seniors Helping Seniors is a proud sponsor of Vista.today which celebrates Chester County. As part of our involvement, we provide a monthly blog on Vista.today. September's blog is Seniors Helping Seniors Recognizes National Assisted Living Week.
Why seniors need to adapt to the technological world Technology can be scary to those who are foreign to it. After all, it has never been as popular as it is today. However, just because this technology is new, does not … Read More
About 3 pounds. That's all your brain weighs. Yet it is sooooo amazing what it does! In honor of brain awareness week, here are a few fun brain facts: Your 3 pound brain uses 20% of the blood and oxygen … Read More
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. According to healthfinder.gov: "Colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the United States and the second leading cause of death from cancer. Colorectal cancer affects people in all racial and ethnic groups … Read More