5 Life-Enhancing Tech Tools for Seniors

<div>Each day in the United States, 10,000 people turn age 65; by the year 2050, 88 million Americans will be over age 65, representing 20% of the total population in the United States.* Living longer has it perks – many older adults have far more leisure time to spend with friends and family, travel to […]</div>

Our Bold New Approach to Dementia Care

<div>For the last couple of years, Institute on Aging has been working hard behind the scenes to develop a comprehensive approach for end-to-end dementia care in the Bay Area. It’s been driven by need; the number of individuals predicted to develop some form of dementia in the coming years is staggering. Almost 1 out of […]</div>

Springtime is for Seniors

<div>The spring season has always been a time for rejuvenation. The cold periods of winter are over, the days are gradually sunnier and warmer, and flowers are blooming. In 2021, Spring has taken on a whole new breath of fresh air, as the now widely availability of the Covid-19 vaccine has enabled many of us […]</div>

One Family’s Struggles with Dementia During Covid-19

<div>Most mornings, 73-year-old Fay’s* memory is fairly clear. She can remember her birthday and what she likes for breakfast. If you ask her how’s she’s doing, she tells you she’s doing well and needs to go to her job working with older people, which she likes because “they are lonely and isolated.” Fay has dementia, […]</div>

It’s Her Turn: Senior Receives Help After Years of Giving to Others

<div><p>For years, Elaine “Mother” Jones advocated for the rights of seniors in San Francisco to have better lives and improved housing conditions. She often took her advocacy to the streets, holding rallies alongside former SF supervisor Jane Kim who represented the district in which Jones lived—the Tenderloin, arguably San Francisco’s most economically challenged and trouble-ridden neighborhood. Among Jones’ […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://blog.ioaging.org/aging/its-her-turn-senior-receives-help-after-years-of-giving-to-others/">It’s Her Turn: Senior Receives Help After Years of Giving to Others</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://blog.ioaging.org/">IOA Blog</a>.</p></div>

Heart of the Bay Fundraiser Shows Love to Seniors on February 11

<div><p>These past 11 months have been particularly rough on our senior community, so IOA is even more excited that our biggest fundraiser of the year is right around the corner! For 37 years, our annual fundraising event was called Dinner á la Heart, and featured an in-person dining experience. This year, we’ve taken things up […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://blog.ioaging.org/aging/heart-of-the-bay-fundraiser-shows-love-to-seniors-on-february-11/">Heart of the Bay Fundraiser Shows Love to Seniors on February 11</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://blog.ioaging.org/">IOA Blog</a>.</p></div>

Last Minute Holiday Gifts For Seniors

<div><p>Finding the perfect gift for an older loved one can be challenging, but we’ve put together a few ideas for you that you can still scoop up now. But keep in mind that the gift that seniors often like best, especially during holidays spent apart from friends and family, is the gift of conversation and […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://blog.ioaging.org/aging/last-minute-holiday-gifts-for-seniors/">Last Minute Holiday Gifts For Seniors</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://blog.ioaging.org/">IOA Blog</a>.</p></div>

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