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Blog - January 2019


ElderQuest Film 1: Itzhak

Posted on January 31, 2019 in Active Aging, Learning

We'll be watching and discussing Alison Chernick's recent (2018) documentary on the life of Itzhak Perlman, violinist.

What You Need to Know About Common Scams

Posted on January 24, 2019 in Active Aging, Caregiving, Health and Wellness, Home Care, In The News, Learning, Senior Lifestyle Options

Financial scams targeting older adults have become extremely prevalent because this demographic is often thought to be an easy target. These scams often go unreported and can be difficult to prosecute.

Number of Tech-Savvy Seniors on the Rise

Posted on January 20, 2019 in Active Aging, In The News, Learning, Senior Lifestyle Options

Many people think of teens and young adults as being the most tech-savvy, but seniors are using social platforms, email and other technology at an increasing rate – much to their benefit.

ElderQuest: An Eight-Week Film Study

Posted on January 18, 2019 in Active Aging, In The News, Learning

Join other lifelong learners in this eight-week film course. Each week we will view a film and then have a facilitated discussion following it. Every Tuesday, 12:30-3:30: February 5-March 26 at the Martin DePorres Center adjacent to the Ohio Dominican campus.

Four Ways to Stay Active During Cold Winter Months

Posted on January 07, 2019 in Active Aging, Community Care, Health and Wellness, Rehabilitation, Senior Lifestyle Options

During colder months, regular exercise is essential because it can help combat winter blues, lessen joint pain, increase metabolism and contribute to a healthy immune system. While temperatures frequently dip below freezing during the winter, there are still many ways to stay active indoors.