Category archives for: Seniors

Lodging options for retirees who travel

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If you’re willing to do a little research and preplanning, there are a number of ways you can lower (or eliminate) your travel-lodging costs and live more like a local when you travel.

Ergonomic tools can ease gardening pains

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To help gardening chores a little easier is a slew of new and improved gardening gear that’s lightweight, comfortable to use, and ergonomically designed to help protect from the physical strains of gardening.

Belmont Village seniors connect with young pen pals

Pen pals get together at Belmont Village Senior Living Sabre Springs. From left, Ivarie Giles, Del Miller, Devin Peoples, teacher Nancy Erwin, Lezlie Martinez and Razia Newell.

An entire school year had passed between before first and second grade students from Holly Drive Leadership Academy in Southeast San Diego were able to visit their senior pen pals.

RB woman hasn’t let age slow her down at gym

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Most people slow down when they hit their 90s, but not Ethel Neichin.

Health Insurance options for early retirees

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There are several places early (pre-Medicare) retirees can go to find health insurance coverage – Obamacare isn’t the only game in town.

How much is your old stuff worth?


There are a number of resources and online tools available today that can help you find out the value of almost any item.

‘Senior discount’ not always the best travel deal

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You need to be aware that when it comes to senior travel bargains, the “senior discount” may not always be the best deal.

Vision care under Medicare

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Many retirees are unclear with what Medicare does and doesn’t cover when it comes to eye care.

Seniors, children bond in inaugural games

Isabel Dinh, a St. Michael’s fourth grader, races ahead as her partner, Poway resident Fran Israel sees her egg fall during the egg and spoon race in Rancho Bernardo Community Park on Tuesday. They were among 77 youth and 45 senior participants in the North County Intergenerational Games. Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

Seniors and children gained new insights into one another on Tuesday when they gathered at Rancho Bernardo Community Park for the inaugural North County Intergenerational Games.

Older adults needed for Tuessay’s ‘Intergenerational Games’

Going up and down a step and hula hooping were among activities at the 2013 East County Intergenerational Games.

Locals who are 50 and older with a “young at heart” spirit are sought for the inaugural North County Intergenerational Games that are set for Tuesday in Rancho Bernardo.