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Staying Connected During the Pandemic and Beyond

By Susan Kurlander, M. Ed., Health Educator   “There is no greater gift we can give our loved ones than the knowledge and understanding of who we are, what we represent and what are our hopes for future generations.” (Riemer, J., & Stampfer, N. 1983. Ethical Wills: A Modern Jewish Treasury.) Although this ideal sounds lofty,

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Friendly Caller Program

Make a friend. Be a friend. Are you eager for meaningful conversations during this unprecedented time? Spend quality time with a new friend from the comfort of your own home, through the quick dial of a phone.

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Older Adults using phones and computers

Protecting Older Adults From Identity Theft & Scams

Learn the most common tactics scammers use to target older adults and the steps we can take to protect ourselves and the people we care about. A Two-Session Program • July 9 & 16 (Attendance at both sessions is not mandatory.) Presenters: Jacke Schroeder SAFE: Stop Abuse of Elders (a program of Chana) Jeff Karberg

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Older Adults using phones and computers

Protecting Older Adults From Identity Theft & Scams

Learn the most common tactics scammers use to target older adults and the steps we can take to protect ourselves and the people we care about. A Two-Session Program • July 9 & 16 (Attendance at both sessions is not mandatory.) Presenters: Jacke Schroeder SAFE: Stop Abuse of Elders (a program of Chana) Jeff Karberg

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Older Adults using phones and computers

Protecting Older Adults From Identity Theft & Scams

Learn the most common tactics scammers use to target older adults and the steps we can take to protect ourselves and the people we care about. A Two-Session Program • July 9 & 16 (Attendance at both sessions is not mandatory.) Presenters: Jacke Schroeder SAFE: Stop Abuse of Elders (a program of Chana) Jeff Karberg

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Older Adults using phones and computers

Protecting Older Adults From Identity Theft & Scams

Learn the most common tactics scammers use to target older adults and the steps we can take to protect ourselves and the people we care about. A Two-Session Program • July 9 & 16 (Attendance at both sessions is not mandatory.) Presenters: Jacke Schroeder SAFE: Stop Abuse of Elders (a program of Chana) Jeff Karberg

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Older Adults using phones and computers

Protecting Older Adults From Identity Theft & Scams

Learn the most common tactics scammers use to target older adults and the steps we can take to protect ourselves and the people we care about. A Two-Session Program • July 9 & 16 (Attendance at both sessions is not mandatory.) Presenters: Jacke Schroeder SAFE: Stop Abuse of Elders (a program of Chana) Jeff Karberg

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Fitting in Later in Life

By Ilene Federman, LCSW-C The need to fit in never goes away. Remember back to middle school when you worried about who you would sit with at lunch?  Those same fears and anxieties can persist into old age. People are living longer and finding that life repeats itself.  They may relive the experience of being

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3 Reasons to Renew the Art of Self-Expression

JCS thanks North Oaks for sharing this information. By Sue Chrissley, Executive Director, North Oaks Guest Blogger for JCS Renewing the art of self-expression can do wonders for your mind, body and spirit. Your Mind Matters Creating art requires intense focus, which borders on meditation for many artists. When you’re focused on creating, you’re able

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