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People are staying in the workforce longer – with 35 percent of the workforce projected to be age 50-plus by 2022 – and according to the U.S. Census Bureau, there is a particular increase in workers in the 65 to 74 age group.
Arm Yourself with Knowledge at Symposium on Dementia
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Are we ready to live longer?
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Every two seconds someone’s identity is stolen.
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I’m one of 40 or so elders – I could say seniors – equally nice sounding, but without the gravitas -  or mature– nah, that’s for movie ratings – or, more scornfully, geezers,  or wickedly demeaning  – old farts.  I guess you could say all-of-the-above. After decades of achievements and societal contributions, and professional accomplishments (and being a bit of a pompous ass ) with  a smidgen of pride,  I prefer the politically correct, solemn, and dignified first word choice -  who reside in an Assisted Living Facility (ALF.).
A Little Help, along with wonderful sponsors, is proud to host the 2nd Annual Engaging in Aging.  This event will be held on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 from 8:30am-12:30pm at the Lakewood Cultural Center (470 S. Allison Pkwy, Lakewood, 80226).  The event will include information from c ommunity resources, workshops on various topics, a light breakfast and connections with your friends and neighbors.
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AARP Washington State Podcast: The Good News About Aging with Stanford Professor Dr. Laura Carstensen
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Lincoln, Neb. — Ensuring that Nebraska’s rapidly growing 65-plus population is able to find the right care at the right time tops the list of issues that AARP will champion during the 2018 legislative session.
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