Seniors Morning Out Birthdays

Essie Reinhardt, 100, and Hazel Douglas, 97, celebrated their birthdays at the Seniors Morning Out Program in Newton, NC, on March 16, 2012. Both are regular participants in this program, which is operated by Senior Nutrition Services of Catawba County Social Services. Seniors Morning Out provides activities and a nutritious lunch five days a week to persons 60+ and their spouses who live in Catawba County. There are five locations in the county: Newton, Claremont, Maiden, Hickory East and Hickory West. The program is free, but donations are accepted. Pre-registration is required. For more information, go to www.catawbacountync.gov or call 828-695-5610.
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Tips on traveling with seniors

Albion Court shares tips on how to travel with seniors.
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Cannon United Methodist Church senior retreat to Pigeon Forge Tennessee. Seven seniors from Brookwood High School Class of 2008. Cabin rented from Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals in Sevierville TN. This cabin was called “Sunset Escape” and was located between Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge TN. Songs used in this video are Tennessee by Arrested Development , Take You There by Sean Kingston and Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) by Green Day Brookwood High School Snellville GA 30078 senior road trip class of 2008 Brookwood Broncos brookwood football brookwood baseball brookwood swimming brookwood party BHS BHS brookwood hs river oak fun humor travel iphone girlfriend
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Water Exercises for seniors

Growing old isn’t that bad because you can still do a lot of things, just like water exercises. These exercises are good for your health especially if you’re having back pain and like. Water exercises can help you go healthy without causing too much difficulty because the water will help you move. Here are some water exercises for you to practice with your retirement water therapist:

 

Tone your arms with a ball and figure of 8. For this exercise, you’ll need a ball. Get into the area of a pool where the water reaches your shoulder. Stand with feet apart, then do some breathing exercises for a minute or two. Stretch your arms forward with the ball on your hand then start drawing the figure of 8 under the water. Make it as big as you can.

 

Marching under the water is another good exercise for you. It’s the same as marching on land but marching under the water will take more time before you get tired.

That’s because you can move with less effort when you are in the water. While marching, make sure you extend your arms and legs as far as you can.

 

Stretch your trunk with a side stretch. For this exercise, you’ll need to move to the side of the pool or somewhere there’s something you can hold on to. Make sure though that water is still up to your shoulders. Once you find your spot, pull your arms up as high as you can then try to reach sideward for the pool’s edge. Ask the water therapist from the retirement communities pa to support your back while you do this.

 

Water swings for your waist. For this exercise, you also need the poolside for support.

First, lay your back on the poolside with your arms stretched forward. Slowly pull your knees on your chest then stretch one leg to the right then back to the center. Do this too to your other leg. Don’t forget to do this with the water therapists of retirement communities pennsylvania for you to avoid possible injuries.

 

These are only some of the many water exercises that can help you go healthy while you’re growing old. Retirement communities pa offer this kind of exercise to their residences because these really help improve and develop a healthy body for seniors. Ask the retirement camps about it!

If you have questions, please visit us at  www.Sherwood-Oaks.com for complete details and answers.

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Neighborhoods Alive with Seniors Tribute

Neighborhoods Alive with Seniors Tribute

This music presentation is a tribute to the wonderful staff of the Department of Aging. The Neighborhoods Alive with Seniors program provides meals, and other activities for senior citizens with Chicago.
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Judge Greg Mathis Center Bingo for Seniors

Judge Greg Mathis show’s his committment to the Detroit, Michigan community. This committment is exemplified through the Judge Mathis Community Center. The center is a hub for positive family oriented activities and community service events. Food ddrives,Clothing, giveaway, Census and job training,Children’s day camp and many other activities take polave through the center. Weekly Wednesday Bingo for seniors debuted last week (10/6/100 and according to reactions , was a great hit. www.mathiscommunitycenter.org
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HILARIOUS HEALTH INS. PLAN 4 SENIORS. Check it out!

Health insurance at no cost paid by the US Government for anyone in the world.
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March 16 (Bloomberg Law) — The US Supreme Court will soon hear one of its most important cases in years — the challenge to the Obama Administration’s health care reform law. The six-hour arguments — the longest session in decades — will stretch over three days, March 26th to March 28th. The lawyers will address four questions: First, should the Court even decide the cases now? If the law’s requirement that Americans buy health insurance or pay a penalty is a kind of tax, then it may be that the whole health care case is premature. Tax laws can’t be challenged until they take effect — in the case of the health care law, delaying a challenge until 2014. Second, can Congress force individuals to buy health insurance — the law’s so-called individual mandate? The challengers say if Congress can force you to buy health insurance, there’s nothing they can’t force you to buy. Third, if the Court strikes down the individual mandate, is the whole law invalid? Not necessarily, the Obama Administration claims. Fourth, under its power to spend money, can Congress require the states to expand the number of people eligible for Medicaid? The nine justices — five appointed by Republican presidents, four by Democrats — will probably decide the cases on March 30th, when they meet in secret to discuss the arguments. Many legal scholars believe the votes of Justices Anthony Kennedy or Antonin Scalia could determine the outcome. The public won’t learn what the decision is until the
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