Seniors

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Golden age for aging

While researching stories for our Actively Senior section, I learned a lot of interesting facts about the aging face of America. It’s all good. Seniors today generally enjoy better physical health, financial comfort and respect. According to AARP, 10,000 Americans turn 65 each day, and they can look forward to a healthy life ahead. Men…

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Online safety for seniors

The internet has revolutionized the way we do just about everything. From buying groceries to talking to friends and family to finding out the latest news, the World Wide Web puts seemingly infinite possibilities right at our fingertips. However, along with all of the good stuff we love about the internet, there are unfortunately plenty…

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The Palazzo: New renovations create senior oasis

Pictured above: Photos of a furnished model show the light- filled, spacious living areas in The Palazzo’s renovated apartments. The property at 6250 N. 19th Ave. in Phoenix has been through many management and ownership changes in its history. The property was purchased by Westport Capital Partners and became The Palazzo, a full continuing care…

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The “young” Volunteers for Israel

  Pictured above: Charlotte Lowe (without a hat near the middle) and her Sar-El: The National Project for Volunteers for Israel group. You’re never too old to be of service. But in Israel? Too scary? Too far? Too hard? Too retired? Not for me and my 27 fellow Volunteers for Israel. Volunteers for Israel is…

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Some things get better with age

It’s not uncommon these days for a cashier to ask if you qualify for the senior discount – don’t feel old, feel valued. But seniors can find far discounts and deals on many things beyond clothing, movies and dining out. AARP (aarp.org) membership includes discounts on entertainment such as movies and event tickets, grocery stores,…

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2018 Actively Senior Directory

Barton House 7001 & 7007 E. Mountain View Road, Scottsdale 480-991-9912 • thebartonhouse.com The Barton House provides high quality, resident-centered memory care for seniors in a warm, home-like setting. Our low caregiver-to-resident ratio, on-site nursing and 24/7 “awake” staffing and daily activities program ensure that our residents receive the highest possible level of care and…

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Yiddish is alive and well at Temple Solel

Pictured above: Sandra Charyn Bernoff, seated fourth from right, with the Yiddish club members. For Ahwatukee Foothills resident Sandra Charyn Bernoff, Yiddish is a living, breathing lexicon – not just a relic of the “old world.” As the leader of a monthly Yiddish club held at Temple Solel in Scottsdale, Sandra provides a portal to…

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