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At the bottom of this page, you will find three buttons and a running display of news and posts from the JCA newsfeed and blogs. Visit the JCA blog “Information for the Sandwich Generation” for news you can use about aging, resources, and staying active and connected. The Kensington Clubs blog shares news about Kensington Club activities, dementia care, caregiver support, and community events. As always, you can filter and search for topics of interest in our complete newsfeed, News & Events.

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Family Caregiving Pointers Added to HelpLine Resources Page

December 5, 2022

with content from Innerbody’s Resources for Family Caregivers, by Katie Kottemann, MA, PhD The Senior HelpLine resources page continues to gather web-based advice and assistance to serve older adults and their caregivers in our community. The latest addition is a guide for family caregivers. A family caregiver takes care of an aging, ill, or disabled …

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AARP Webinar: Stay Safe from Common Scams

December 2, 2022

Fraud cases have skyrocketed over the last few years and scammer tactics continue to evolve, making it increasingly challenging, yet crucial to keep up. Our free watch anytime webinars provide you with information and tips to help spot, avoid, and report common scams, as well as resources to help if you’ve experienced fraud. We’ll explore …

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December ’22 Senior Resources Guide: Seniors Before Stonewall

December 2, 2022

by Suzanne Pollak, JCA Senior Writer/Editor Aging is hard enough. Now imagine going through it without those who used to be closest to us – or for that matter, alone. That is what is happening to some members for the LGBTQ+ community who were shunned and scorned after they came out. Times have changed. Same-sex …

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