- Written by Suzy Cohen Suzy Cohen
This summer, lots of people are barbecuing.
- Written by Mark Rinaudo Mark Rinaudo
Question: What are my options for backing up my computer?
- Written by Ted Lee Ted Lee
Historically, most college students have been young adults in their late teens and early 20s. It’s practically a given these days for young people to go to college. But what about the older generations that didn’t have the same opportunities and expectations?
- Written by Jim Miller Jim Miller
Dear Savvy Senior,
I recently read that seniors are the No. 1 purveyor of fake news on the internet. Is this true, or is it fake news too? If it’s true, how can seniors go about spotting fake news?
– Faked-Out Senior
- Written by Robert Naeye Robert Naeye
Pennsylvania native and central Pennsylvania resident Tom Foor nearly perished in Vietnam during an enemy attack.
Pennsylvania Department of Aging Acting Secretary Robert Torres and Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Executive Director Karl Blischke recently visited the Senior Adult Club’s Artist Residency Program at the Jewish Community Center in Harrisburg to sit in on a professionally instructed art class with local seniors.
In mid-June, Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA), the ranking member and chairman of the Special Committee on Aging, and Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) introduced the 21st Century Assistive Technology Act, which would increase access to assistive technology — devices or services that help seniors and people with disabilities maintain their independence and live where they choose.