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So here we are…we’ve just finished celebrating Rosh Hashanah, and are about to move into Yom Kippur, fol-lowed quickly by Sukkot. Fall has always been one of my favorite times of the year because I love to celebrate the High Holidays with all my friends...

We invite you to read Lions Gate CEO, Susan Love's "Why I am so overwhelmed with gratitude for my community" article that was featured in the latest edition of the Jewish Community Voice.  A wonderful and worthwhile read. Click the image below to read the...

We invite you to read Lions Gate CEO, Susan Love's "Writing a love letter to my community" article that was featured in the latest edition of the Jewish Community Voice.  A wonderful and worthwhile read. Click the image below to read the article. ...

By the time we reach retirement, we may think that our years of education are far behind us. However, many seniors have discovered the extraordinary benefits of lifelong learning. Whether through formal courses, private lessons or independent study, continuing the pursuit of learning allows seniors...

For those nearing or already entering their retirement years, a great deal of planning is necessary to ensure the kind of future they desire. Of course, when much of the future is unknown, making decisions about possible care support or living situations may be difficult,...

Post-acute care has become an increasingly popular solution for healthcare providers and individuals to reduce the chance of readmission to hospitals among seniors. Often, when seniors are ready to be released from the hospital following a surgery or care for a chronic illness, they’ll transition...

Typical vision impairments such as blurriness or trouble reading fine print are a common occurrence for adults middle-aged and older. These issues are often easily corrected with reading glasses, bifocals or even simple surgeries. However, when seniors suffer from vision loss that cannot be corrected,...

If you’re caring for an aging loved one, you’re not alone. According to the Mayo Clinic®, nearly 80% of long-term care in the United States is provided by informal caregivers such as a spouse, adult child or close friend. Just because the role of a...

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