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This Month...

May is Older Americans Month. The 2022 theme is Age My Way, an opportunity for all of us to explore the many ways older adults can remain involved with their communities. When Older Americans Month was established in 1963, only 17 million living Americans had reached their 65th birthday. About a third of older Americans lived in poverty and there were few programs to meet their needs. Interest in older Americans and their concerns was growing. A meeting in April 1963 between President John F. Kennedy and members of the National Council of Senior Citizens led to designating May as ‘Senior Citizens Month,’ the prelude to ‘Older Americans Month.’ Historically, Older Americans Month has been a time to acknowledge the contributions of past and current older persons to our country, in particular those who defended our country.
"May is named after the Greek goddess Maia, a goddess of fertility and spring."
A Good Read...
"Understanding Parkinson's Disease"
Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder. It occurs when certain nerve cells (neurons) in a part of the brain, called the substantia nigra, die or become impaired. Normally, these cells produce a vital chemical known as dopamine. Dopamine allows smooth, coordinated function of the body’s muscles and movement. It is not until approximately 80% of the dopamine-producing cells are damaged that the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease appear.
The loss of dopamine production in the brain causes the primary symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Learn the signs and symptoms of Parkinson’s...

Hello Arizona!
We have just added new provider information for the state of Arizona to This means an additional 2,758 providers are now listed in our database of resources. This includes more than: 2,050 assisted living communities, 200 home health agencies, 170 skilled nursing facilities, and 237 hospice agencies.

Arizona, nicknamed The Grand Canyon State, is a popular destination for hikers and nature lovers, boasting more than 30 state parks and natural areas. Arizona is of course home to The Grand Canyon National Park, one of the seven wonders of the world and the only one located inside the U.S.

In 1912, Arizona became the 48th state admitted to the Union. Arizona is derived from the Aztec Indian word “arizuma” meaning “silver bearing”.
What's new
This month I want to highlight the inquiry form that families can use to contact providers and ask additional questions or request more information. You can find this form on any Premium Provider profile page. Every provider is listed on our site for FREE, but some have chosen to upgrade their listing in order to include more details about their services.

The Premium listings include: the inquiry form, 5 images, links to videos and website, along with brochures and floor plans if applicable. Take advantage of the inquiry form to connect with providers and share the best way to reach you. At families connect with providers directly with this form when they are ready; and we never sell or share your details.

View a sample Premium Profile Here.


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