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To most, the crowds, twinkling lights, and busyness that adorn the holidays bring a sense of joy, wonder and excitement. However, to those with disabilities or special needs it can be a stressful time of year.
Sean Thompson
AARP’s Take A Stand campaign that aims to build public awareness about the importance of Social Security remaining strong for future generations.
Juanita Jimenez-Soto
Grandparents are invited to spend a day of play, learning and adventure at The Woodlands Children’s Museum Sunday, September 11.
Discover the only Lifelong Learning Institute in north Houston! The Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) at Lone Star College-Montgomery.
Stacy Hewitt
East county area provides three recreational facilities for seniors. Senior citizens in Precinct 4 have a trio of county supported recreational facilities in which to gather, converse and enjoy a meal with friends.
Montgomery County Precinct 4 Commissioner Jim Clark
By the time today's young workers retire, Medicare will spend more on them than they get from Social Security and the two programs combined will replace more than 100 percent of their pre-retirement wages.
Goodman Institute for Public Policy Research
wo local business leaders’ passion for serving others has earned them statewide recognition. Polo and Sharon LaCoste have been elected to the Texas Silver-Haired Legislature (TSHL), a bipartisan organization that strives to promote good government fo
Trisha Highnote
SocialSecurityIntelligence.com, a website dedicated to Social Security education, announced the launch of a new service which will connect consumers directly with a Social Security expert.
PR Newswire
Plenty of programs stress the importance of talking to teenagers about the dangers of drug misuse, but who is talking to seniors?
Jennifer Elston
A-Plus Caring, Community & Compassion sponsors Valentine party. The seniors at the Village Green in Conroe, were shown the love for Valentine’s Day with Valentine cards, cookies, and chocolates, compliments of Carolyn Gerken, founder and director of A-Plus Caring, Community & Compassion.
Conroe Today Staff
Palmetto MDR announced a new 71-acre senior-focused community to be developed on South Loop 336 north of The Woodlands, one-half mile west of the upcoming Grand Central Park development.
Palmetto MDR announced a new 71-acre senior-focused community to be developed on South Loop 336 north of The Woodlands, one-half mile west of the upcoming Grand Central Park development.
Blanket drive gives both seniors and community a warm and fuzzy feeling. A-Plus Caring, Community & Compassion has kicked off its annual blanket drive for seniors, and will be accepting lap blankets at the Lamplighters luncheon December 1.
J. Werner
Lovelighters meeting for socialization, lunch, and of course, bingo. Twice a month the “Lovelighters” meet for lunch, entertainment, and camaraderie, and they’ve been doing so for over fifteen years.
J. Werner
The Woodlands Children's Museum Celebrate National Grandparents Day at The Woodlands Children’s Museum, Sept. 13
Coping With an Alzheimer Parent: Why Elderly Home Care Might Be the Best Solution
Jamie Meche
The Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) at Lone Star College-Montgomery, a program for the 50-plus retired or semi-retired community, will host an open house on Saturday, August 15
Jennifer Kramer, LSC-Montgomery
Brady: Shouldn’t our local seniors have the best options in health care? The Increasing Regulatory Fairness Act passed, which increases the amount of time stakeholders have to review and provide feedback on changes to the popular Medicare Advantage program.
David O’Brien, Press Secretary to Congressman Kevin Brady
Nonprofit organization brings meals – and hope – to homebound elderly Though it had been operating for more than 40 years, The Friendship Center of Montgomery County hadn't been reaching as many elderly in need of hot meals as it knew it could.
Donna Wick Publicity
Home Care for the Elderly
Jamie Meche