Lillie Davis lives her life by the Golden Rule, to do unto others as you would have them do unto you. For more than 21 years, she has been a volunteer with the Senior Companion Program, serving more than 24,000 hours. An Alabama native, Lillie graduated from R.B...
People over the age of 65 often have financial trouble. The problem has been called a “silent crisis” because so many seniors simply do without basic needs and remain quiet out of pride or hopelessness. The good news is that there are plenty that seniors can do to deal with monthly cash shortages and even long-term fiscal troubles. Here are a few tried-and-true tips that can bring a measure of relief to those struggling to survive and thrive on fixed incomes.
Without a doubt, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we do everything. For those of us in our golden years, we have to be especially careful—and here’s why: as we age, our immune systems get weaker, which makes it more challenging for older adults to fight off infectious diseases.