Things are ever-changing in our world, but SAIL is still here sharing support! Since March, that has meant answering phone calls and e-mails remotely, ensuring members have their needed supplies and groceries, providing information on health precautions, keeping our members up to date with important news, offering fun and interesting activities to do at home, … Continue reading Safety first! SAIL Volunteers learn new protocols
There's no doubt about it: It's an ever-changing time. COVID-19 continues to spread in our communities, and many have taken to self-quarantining to feel safe. We're washing our hands, avoiding touching our faces, and monitoring the news for more information. All of these things are important as we face a pandemic. But another thing we … Continue reading Fighting isolation during the COVID-19 crisis
You can hardly turn on the news, read the paper, or scroll through your social media feed anymore without hearing about Coronavirus. We seem to be so panicked, but separating myth from fact is tricky. It's true that adults 65 and over are a high-risk group for the disease. Click here to see a post … Continue reading Coronavirus: Advice On Staying Healthy
By SAIL Marketing Coordinator Meghan Randolph I don't know about you, but I hate flying. When I was on a national tour, I flew every week, and I didn't seem to mind it as much then, but now, taking the occasional flight stresses me out considerably. The money, the time, the inconveniences. Ugh. When I'm … Continue reading Avoiding Baggage Fees, and Other Advice For Flying
Reports show that an increasing number of seniors are traveling abroad, which is wonderful! In order to promote safety and preparedness, The State Department has launched a global information campaign. If you're taking off to visit family or explore the world sometime soon, here are some helpful tips especially for senior citizens. These tips can … Continue reading Staying safe during travel season!