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There Are Many Ways To Help Others

May 26, 2014 Q: I am no longer working full time and am looking for a way to help others. I also could use a little extra money but am nervous about going back to work. more »»

Senior Briefs

May 19, 2014 EDITOR’S NOTE: Groups sending their news releases to The Post-Journal for print must include a publishable contact number, time, date and location of the group’s past and future meetings. more »»

‘Show & Tell’ Invites Public To Share Mementos

May 19, 2014 CASSADAGA — “Show & Tell,” an event replicated all across the country, is coming to Chautauqua County on Wednesday to the historic Red House in Cassadaga at 7 p.m. more »»

Got Spring Fever? Let’s Clean Out The Kitchen Cupboards

May 19, 2014 It’s spring, even if it doesn’t feel like it. While you’re waiting to be able to spend more time outside, I recommend a worthwhile in-house activity. more »»

Older Americans Month Has Become A Tradition

May 19, 2014 When Older Americans Month was established in 1963, only 17 million Americans had reached their 65th birthdays. more »»

Edgewood Communities Presents Miles Lasser: All That Jazz

May 19, 2014 Lutheran and the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation announce the next installment of Edgewood Communities Presents ... more »»

NY Connects: Help Yourself?

May 19, 2014 Where can you go when you need help and support in caring for a loved one? Most people know that being a caregiver can make things tough. more »»

Mayville Senior Citizens Hold Meeting, Plan Trips

May 19, 2014 MAYVILLE — Forty people met May 15 for a Mayville Seniors’ buffet lunch and a program. Joyce Ayers welcomed all and Diane Goodrich gave the invocatio. more »»

Edgewood Communities To Host Seminar On Medicaid, Long-Term Care Insurance

May 12, 2014 Edgewood Communities will host its next seminar in the Best of Times Series entitled Medicaid and Long Term Care Insurance. more »»

Why Should I Fill Out This Form Again?

May 12, 2014 Q: I got a form from my insurance company requesting information on what other insurance I have. more »»

Gerry Senior Citizens Host Wood Carver Program

May 12, 2014 GERRY — Albert Olmstead of Sinclairville gave a wood carving program at the recent gathering of the Gerry Rodeo Senior Citizens. more »»

Four Generations Gather

May 12, 2014 Four generations of the Destro family gathered recently in North Tonawanda for the baptism of Lauren Virginia Caccamise. more »»

50 Years Of Fun

May 5, 2014 The AARP chapter discussed arrangements for its 50th anniversary celebration on Oct. 14 at their April 8 meeting. It will be held at the Marvin House, beginning at noon. more »»

EPIC Saving Seniors Thousands On Medications

May 5, 2014 Q: My friend told me that I was eligible for EPIC, but I tried once before and was denied because I was over income. more »»

Emerging Need

April 28, 2014 A growing need for senior services in Chautauqua County has resulted in a merger between two of America’s largest senior living solutions providers. more »»

What Is Medicaid?

April 28, 2014 Q: I don’t understand what Medicaid is and what it pays for. A: Medicaid is a word that we see thrown around in the media a lo. more »»

Worry-Free Lifestyle

April 21, 2014 Hultquist Place Assisted Living Program on the Lutheran Campus is hosting an open house Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. until noon. more »»

State Budget Brings Positive News For Seniors

April 21, 2014 The passage of the state budget brings welcome news to the aging network — an additional $5 million for the Community Services for the Elderly (CSE) program, as well as $980,000 for a Cost of Living... more »»

NY Connects And Chautauqua County Long Term Care Council: Can You Help?

April 21, 2014 The monthly articles from the NY Connects help line are prepared so that the Chautauqua County community can learn more about services and how to connect with them. more »»

Local Seniors Can Make A Difference

April 21, 2014 It has been a long cold winter but as the spring bulbs start to poke through the still-frozen ground, I am filled with optimism for the future. more »»

 
 
 

 

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