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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Senior Living Site! These are the top ten articles that your Senior Living Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Seniors Dance to the Beat
Senior citizens love to dance. They are dancing for entertainment and they are dancing for their health. Get active and join the fun!
2. Fall Prevention Safety Tips
Falls are the most common of all accidental injuries to adults over the age of 65. Find out what you can do to prevent life-altering injuries to yourself and your loved ones.
3. Make New Friends and Keep the Old
Once upon a time, it was easy to make new friends. You went to school, met new kids and started to play. Now, later in life, it can be more difficult. Loneliness can creep in as we lose old friends. Find out how to meet new people, share experiences and make new friends in your s
4. Community Senior Centers Need You!
Thinking of volunteering but don't know where to start. Check out your senior center and see if it needs what you have to offer.
5. Lifelong Learning for Senior Citizens
Explore educational opportunities and find one that works for you.
6. A Cappella Music & Talk of the Town
When a group of senior citizen musicians step out of the shadows and help revive a musical genre, itís time to take notice. And you can't help but notice Jerry Lawson and Talk of the Town.
7. What does Snowbird Mean?
Snowbird season is once again here and the warmer weather of the south is calling. If youíve dreamed of warmer climates and sunny days, pack your bags and give it a try. But donít count on coming home soon if you plan to be a Snowbird.
8. Outstanding Senior Citizen Awards
There are five basic criteria for receiving an outstanding senior citizen award. Check it out and see if you have what it takes.
9. Senior Living 101
Our senior citizens come from a wide variety of backgrounds. Finding common ground and honoring the individual aids us in understanding the needs of our elderly population as well as ourselves.
10. Along Interstate-75
Originally designed for snow birds (winter vacationers to Florida), this updated version of Dave Hunterís popular travel book will entertain anyone who enjoys roaming the country and discovering new destinations. The book covers the area along I-75 between Detroit and the Florida border.
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