May 23, 2017
There is nothing more American than car ownership and the freedom and independence that comes with it. In this country, driving is considered a right rather than a privilege.
Redwood Coast Village members Sylvia Ryan (left) and JoAnn Schuch help each other learn about some home technology. (Photo by John Olson)
May 16, 2017
May 9, 2017
May is Older Americans Month and the theme, Age Out Loud, invites us to give aging a new voice that reflects the truth about aging.
Michael Marcus, a 2017 ASA Conference attendee,
sits inside a driverless car in the Chicago Conference Exhibit Hall.
Photo submitted by Jeffrey Gerlach
Photo by Suzy Smith – Allan Katz, Dan Birmingham, and Maggie Kraft meet to plan upcoming Homeshare focus groups.
April 18, 2017
April 11, 2017
Doug Durham volunteered last October for the first Walk to End Alzheimer’s on the North Coast.
“My wife had Alzheimer’s and I was her caregiver for several years. After she passed, I wanted to get involved in helping to find a cure.”
Fifth Annual Being Here Now Art Show for 60 years and Better
We all have creativity bubbling inside of us.
No matter how you express your creative nature, if your art can easily be displayed, we encourage you to take part in our 5th Annual Being Here Now show.
by Maureen McGarry
March 28, 2017
“After I retired from teaching three years ago, I knew that I wanted to find volunteer work of some sort.” Iain Macdonald, a retired teacher from Arcata High School, is giving back to his community by helping out at Potawot Community Garden.
by Maggie Kraft, MSW
March 7, 2017
Senior Move Managers are called when someone wants to move, but we also get calls to help clean up and re-organize a cluttered home. Sometimes it goes beyond clutter and can become a true health hazard.
February 28, 2017
Wetlands are an essential part of our landscape. They are the transition area between land and water and are an important resource for food, water and shelter for a variety of species.