By SAIL Marketing Coordinator Meghan Randolph Can you believe it's almost the end of January? But that's exciting news for us at SAIL because it means we're getting closer to jumping into our SAILing Into The Future program. Using experienced faculty, we're exploring the things that may come up for older adults, how to think … Continue reading Five reasons to attend “How Do You Want To Be Remembered?”
By Marketing Coordinator Meghan Randolph No matter what age we are, it's always good to keep the mind on its toes...(or something like that...maybe I need to look into some of these!) This terrific list from a senior living facility in Chicago gives a list of fun and productive ways to keep those wheels turning. … Continue reading Ways to keep your mind sharp!
We at SAIL hope you're surviving the January weather! If you're cozied up at home and need some great reading, here are a few articles (some with book recommendations) that members have sent to us: Just click the title to be taken to the link. "The Joy of Being A Woman In Her '70s" - The New … Continue reading January reads: “Women Rowing North” and more!
By SAIL Marketing Coordinator Meghan Randolph The longer you've lived, the more great advice you have for making the most of life! The fantastic website Next Avenue gathered some sage words and excellent New Year's Resolution inspirations from over 1000 older adults. This is great advice for readers of all ages! Highlights include the following. … Continue reading Older=WISER! Great New Year’s Advice From the Wisest Americans
Recently, SAIL member Gerry Campbell had an eye-opening experience. During the August 2018 flooding, there was significant damage to his home and possessions. He learned about how he thinks about items he's accumulated over the years, how to assess certain items' value, and how to part with things he may not need. At the same … Continue reading A Lesson From the Great Flood of August, 2018
SAIL member Janice Gary has been on the lookout for a book for single and childless adults and the aging process. For years she searched, and she couldn't find one-until she came across Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers by Sara Zeff Geber, PhD. "There's never been anything like this!" says Janice, who encouraged us to share … Continue reading December Read: Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers
By SAIL Marketing Coordinator Meghan Randolph I'm only 36, but unfortunately, I've seen more than my fair share of doctor's offices and hospitals. Diagnosed at age 8 with Type I diabetes, I also have fibromyalgia and some other chronic diseases. I've also watched my mom as a caregiver for her aging parents and seen the … Continue reading Training the next generation of doctors to treat older adults