By Blog Coordinator Meghan Randolph At SAIL, we're always looking for just the right words to describe the population we serve. We know that words matter. As we've seen in the fight against ageism, there are stigmas against what it means to get older. Considering the terms and words we use makes a difference. This … Continue reading Should We Stop Using the Phrase “Senior Citizen?”
By Marketing Contractor Meghan Randolph On September 8, my 28-year-old brother ran an Ironman here in Madison. He's been training for months. I got to step outside of a rehearsal on a break and see him just at the start of the run. He said he was already struggling after going too fast on the … Continue reading Older Adults are Ironman Champions!
By Blog Coordinator Meghan Randolph We're concluding August Arts Month, where we celebrated the incredible offerings of art in our community. I sincerely hope you were able to do something new this month to experience art in its many forms. I also hope you're practicing art whenever you get the chance! There's truly nothing better … Continue reading Sharing the arts with SAIL
We have another wonderful workshop coming up as part of our SAILing into the future! series. This time we hear again from the humorous, endlessly positive Mary Helen Conroy and her friend Galen Metz. The workshop is called Life's A Daring Adventure - Carpe Vitam! This month’s innovative workshop is for persons looking to review, retreat, … Continue reading Five Reasons to Attend “Carpe Vitam!”
Has anyone ever told you you're a great writer? Have your kids told you they'd love to know more about your memories? Have you wanted to start keeping a journal of your day's activities, or do you currently keep one? Or have you ever just had that itch to tell your story on paper? Many … Continue reading Writing Prompts for Fun and Exploration