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Reducing Holiday Lonliness

I don't know what I would have done without the help of Teresa Jepsen.  She located three lovely board and care homes for me to consider placing Charlie in.  I'm so please with the one I selected.
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In a letter to his daughter sent in 1784,  Benjamin Franklin  suggested that the wild turkey would be a more appropriate national symbol for the newly independent United States than the bald eagle (which had earlier been chosen by the Continental Congress). He argued that the turkey was "a much more respectable Bird," "a true original Native of America," and "though a little vain and silly, a Bird of Courage."


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Is it just me, or did the holidays sneak up on us faster this year? Probably because we have been preoccupied with a Presidential race, the likes of which we have never seen in our nation's history. In light of that, you might be interested in the article below, and the power behind the senior vote. As we slide into Thanksgiving next week, we are already enjoying early Christmas decorations, reminding us that it might all be over too quickly! Enjoy every moment, make memories, and may you be richly blessed this special time of year.

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Thanking Seniors
10 Simple Ways to Thank Seniors This Thanksgiving

A recent article in the New York Times, suggests that parents who want to teach their children giving should begin by teaching them how much they have been given. Once children understand where they came from and recognize the people who helped them get there, they begin to appreciate what they have and to want to give themselves. As Thanksgiving draws near, this is the ideal time to share with children and loved ones your stories of receiving help and to thank those who have helped you.

More Seniors Vote
Why Older Citizens are More Likely to Vote

Elections are decided by the people who show up at the polls. In the United States, the oldest citizens are the most likely to cast their ballots, which gives them political clout beyond their numbers alone. Some 61 percent of citizens age 65 and older voted in the November 2010 election, the best turnout of any age group. More than half (54 percent) of those ages 55 to 64 also cast a ballot. People under age 45 are much less likely to vote. Just 37 percent of 25- to 44-year-olds made it to the polls in November 2010. And not even a quarter (21 percent) of the youngest citizens-ages 18 to 24-entered a voting booth in 2010. Here's a look at some of the reasons senior citizens are more likely to vote than younger people.
Reducing Holiday Lonliness
For Elders Around the Holidays

It's very human to feel that holidays should be happy times, with generations of traditions coming to the forefront. After all, we say we celebrate holidays. Doesn't that mean happiness? The reality, however, is that many people can feel isolated and lonely during this sometimes forced "season of good will." Elders can have an especially hard time with the holiday season. While aging and maturity can bring the wisdom of years for many people, there are inevitable losses that come to even the healthiest individuals. Many of these losses are emotional and social in nature. Spouses become ill or die. Other aging relatives and friends become seriously ill, or die. Neighborhoods change, often leaving even those well enough to remain in their own homes feeling friendless and isolated. The holidays can bring this isolation and a feeling of loneliness to a head.

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