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With the flu season upon us and the COVID-19 pandemic continuing throughout the country, it’s more important than ever to know how to keep seniors safe from harmful viruses. The CDC says there are some key differences between the flu and COVID-19 and recommends the following tips to help you tell the difference.
The best way to protect against flu and its potentially serious complications is with a flu vaccine. Flu vaccination is especially important for people 65 years and older because they are at higher risk of developing serious flu complications. Flu vaccines are updated each season to keep up with changing viruses. Also, immunity wanes over a year so annual vaccination is needed to ensure the best possible protection against flu. Because immunity may decrease more quickly in older people, it is especially important that this group is not vaccinated too early (in July or August). September and October are generally good times to be vaccinated for people 65 years and older.

The Baltimore Walk to End Alzheimer's is in 22 days at Hunt Valley Towne Centre on. This year's Walk is keeping all participants health and safety a top priority. All local events will implement safety protocols including physical distancing, contactless registration, hand sanitizing stations and more. Masks are welcome and will be available on-site. Our Team is walking, proudly raising awareness throughout the community. Together, we are committed to raising funds to advance research to treat and prevent Alzheimer's, and provide programs and support to improve the lives of millions of affected Americans. 
Our team has raised $1,685.00 already, but our goal is $1,800.00. We've chosen this nonprofit because their mission means a lot to us, and we hope you'll support our fundraising efforts.

Grandchildren of all ages – from toddlers to teenagers – can be an important part of a caregiving team. Here are a few suggestions for how grandchildren can assist with elder care at various ages and stages.

The next time you visit an elderly parent or beloved senior, take a good look around their home for signs of clutter or untidiness. Hoarding may not seem dangerous, but it can cause major problems – especially for vulnerable people such as seniors. Learn about the risks and how to handle the situation.