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Where to Find Help for Difficult Caregiving Tasks

By Diverse Elders

by Chuck Otto. This article originally appeared on Next Avenue.

Caring for a family member, friend or neighbor whose health is compromised by illness, injury or age can be among life’s greatest challenges. And the results of a new Read More

Elders Come for Indian Day at the National Senior Games

By Diverse Elders

by Kayla Sawyer. This article originally appeared on the NICOA blog.

The National Senior Games Association (NSGA) came to Albuquerque from June 14-25, attracting a record number of 13,712 athletes from 50 states (plus an estimated 15,000 Read More

How a Slavery Legacy Made This 65-Year-Old a Georgetown Undergrad

By Diverse Elders

by Richard Harris. This article originally appeared on Next Avenue.

It’s been nearly 14 years since Hurricane Katrina washed away all the physical mementos of Mélisande Short-Colomb’s life along the Mississippi Gulf coast.  Her nearly 200 Read More