Diabetes Self-Management Program Offered this Spring

In partnership with Geisinger Health Plan and Lancaster Regional Medical Center, the Lancaster County Office of Aging is sponsoring a six-week program for individuals living with diabetes,

Read more ...

Fifth Graders Send Cards to Residents on Hospice

For the last four years, Sarah Rhine’s class of fifth graders at West Shore Christian Academy has visited the residents on hospice at Brookdale Senior Living.

Read more ...

Traditions of Hershey Wins Senior Living Award

Traditions of Hershey Independent Living and Personal Care in Palmyra, Pa., has been selected as one of the 2017 Best of Senior Living Award Winners on SeniorAdvisor.com, the largest ratings and reviews site for senior care and services in North America.

Read more ...

Vets Honored at Downingtown Senior Center

The Downingtown Area Senior Center held its annual Veterans Day celebration on Friday, Nov. 11.

Read more ...

Chair Yoga Benefits Residents

Residents of Susquehanna View Apartments in Camp Hill recently learned the fundamentals of chair yoga from physical therapist Angela Conforti.

Read more ...

The Beauty in Nature: Divergent Woodpeckers

One afternoon this past summer, I noticed a pair of redheaded woodpeckers in a cow pasture that was dotted with trees, one of them dead and lacking bark but still standing.

Read more ...

Donations Sought for Coat and Blanket Drive

Running through December, Senior Commons at Powder Mill is collecting winter coats and blankets to be donated to Bell Family Shelter.

Senior Commons, in partnership with New Fairview Church of the Brethren in York, is asking for new or gently used coats and blankets for adults and children.

All donations benefit Bell Family Shelter, which opened in 1986 and remains York County’s only 30-day emergency shelter serving homeless families.

Items can be dropped off at Senior Commons at Powder Mill, 1775 Powder Mill Road, York. For more information, call Brandy Reeve, marketing director, at (717) 741-0961.

Her Mission: To Find a Need and Fill It

Five million. That’s the number of Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease, according to statistics published on the Alzheimer’s Association website. Every 60 seconds, someone in the United States develops the disease.

Read more ...

Have questions?

We are just a click away!