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Pointer Study hopes to show healthy lifestyle changes can lead to less memory loss as we age

    Pointer Study hopes to show healthy lifestyle changes can lead to less memory loss as we age

Pointer Study hopes to show healthy lifestyle changes can lead to less memory loss as we age

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The little things go a long way

    The little things go a long way

Senior Services’ Home Care department is dedicated to providing quality, professional, and compassionate care to older adults who experience difficulty addressing the activities of daily life – such as bathing, dressing, eating, and preparing meals, and who need assistance to remain in their homes, living independently, with dignity and purpose. Pam Williams has been a part of Senior Services’ Home Care team, delivering that type of special care for the past 20 years.

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Understanding Medicare options to help make confident decisions

    Understanding Medicare options to help make confident decisions

Whether you are turning 65 years old and new to Medicare, or have been eligible for years, it can be overwhelming to try and decipher what options are best for your health care situation. Understanding the Medicare program and all of its benefits will give you peace of mind about your health insurance coverage decisions so you can focus on enjoying your retirement years.

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Seniors’ apartment complex holds coloring contest for residents

    Seniors’ apartment complex holds coloring contest for residents

Seniors’ apartment complex holds coloring contest for residents

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Should you request an absentee ballot? You can change your mind!

  Should you request an absentee ballot? You can change your mind!

As we near Election Day this year, the main question on most seniors’ minds other than who will get our votes, is how we will vote.

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Meals-on-Wheels continues despite pandemic

  Meals-on-Wheels continues  despite pandemic

Senior Services’ Meals-on-Wheels program has been providing meals and safety checks to older adults since 1962. This year there are about 1,200 Forsyth County seniors participating in the program and relying on the agency for nutritional support, a brief friendly visit and wellness check each weekday.

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Advance care planning gives your family the gift of peace of mind

  Advance care planning gives your family the gift of peace of mind

Advance care planning gives your family the gift of peace of mind

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Shepherd’s Center program discovers a surprising connection to a 50th wedding anniversary

  Shepherd’s Center program discovers a surprising connection to a 50th wedding anniversary

Sue and Malcolm Pettit had hoped to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with friends and relatives. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has made those plans impossible, but because of a new program of The Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem, their anniversary will not go unnoticed.

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Presentation on mental health during COVID-19 to be offered on July 31

  Presentation on mental health during COVID-19 to be offered on July 31

Age-Friendly Forsyth partners with AARP NC to host free virtual event

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FIRST PLACE, ESSAY, SILVERARTS COMPETITION: The Lifeboat

  FIRST PLACE, ESSAY, SILVERARTS COMPETITION: The Lifeboat

FIRST PLACE, ESSAY, SILVERARTS COMPETITION: The Lifeboat

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