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Mobility Scooters Are Revolutionizing Transportation for the Aging

Posted by Carlo B on

The popularity of mobility scooters is on the rise in the USA, which is probably linked with the aging population situation, but also with increased life expectancy worldwide. As exposure to such devices increases, the stigma around them seems to be dissolving. Originally marketed at very frail old people, the mobility scooter market seems to be opening to a wider range of people, including younger people and overweight individuals. Mobility Scooter Brands  Some brands are responding to this and are beginning to market them in new ways to appeal to the influx of new customers. For example, the TGA Supersport...

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How Peter's grandma made a huge impact in his life

Posted by Carlo B on

My grandmother was such a kind person. All my life she encouraged me to be the best I could be and that I was perfect as I was. My grandma was so kind to us. My grandpa, unfortunately, fell into alcoholism and we all suffered the consequences. Throughout the years, as my grandparents grew older, I visited with them less and less. After I graduated high school, I was given the chance to move to Los Angeles California from Idaho. I wanted the big city experience along with warm weather and a chance to pursue skateboarding more. I stayed with...

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Spending Time with Seniors

Posted by Evelyn Kidd on

Spending Time with Seniors

As part of the Martin Luther King Day of Service led by United Way, I spent a few hours in a day center for adults with chronic illness, developmental and physical disabilities. The center had their first “Casino Day” after many of the clients expressed interest in playing poker, dominos, Bingo, and Uno. I hadn’t played Uno in years, but I found myself leading the game with many wonderful seniors. One of the players knew the rules well enough. I couldn’t recall what the symbol for “skip” meant, but luckily we figured it out. I kept the “discard” pile of...

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Understanding Grief and How to Be a Friend

Posted by Evelyn Kidd on

Understanding Grief and How to Be a Friend


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Drive the Conversation About Road Safety

Posted by Evelyn Kidd on

Drive the Conversation About Road Safety

I stepped into a crosswalk near my home, about to get groceries while enjoying fresh air and exercise, when in a flash a white sedan emerged from my left side and bumped into me. I was super freaked out, because I had never been hit by a car before and I’ve been a pedestrian in my city since 2005. The driver did not stop to check on me. My thigh hurts a bit initially, but I opted not to get medical care because the car didn’t hit me very hard. Instead, I filed a police report and the police told me the...

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