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Explore the Benefits of Water Tai Chi for Seniors - Kendal at Oberlin


with a capital “M.” But residents at Kendal were interested in learning Tai Chi. The exercise helps improve balance and flexibility, strengthens the core, reduces stress and creates mindfulness.  It has benefits for people with arthritis, back pain and osteoporosis and is being incorporated into many

Dating apps and tips for older adults


the individual face-to-face. Here are 5 top sites according to Forbes:  SeniorMatch – best for people new to online dating; eHarmony – best gender balance; Singles50 – best video call feature; OurTime – best for local events and meetups OKCupide – best affordable membership.  TheSeniorList looked

25 & Proud


of the difficulties older LGBT adults face as they age and move into long-term care communities. A panel discussion will be held at 4 p.m. on Thursday, June 28. Several LGBT residents will share their personal stories, experiences at Kendal and concerns about aging. The week will conclude with the film

30 Years of Caring


, and raise money with a creative basket raffle (basket organizers pictured below).                                                  This year, they also had a physician come to campus to speak about the communication challenges those with dementia face, and opened the talk to the public. This fall, Kendal

Gear Up and Get Outside!


, the latter which sells Patagonia, North Face, Columbia and other outdoor brands. Both outlets offer lots of expert advice too, like how to choose base layers and winter coats, even “how to go to the bathroom in the woods.” Good walking shoes or boots are always important, but especially in icy and cold

Kendal Creates Part 2


on a Kendal gallery wall this summer. The fiber art dolls are made of fabric, felt, buttons, beads, even cat whiskers and dryer lint. “I discovered art dolls about 20 years ago. It uses all the things I love most to do — sewing, painting, sculpting and working with lovely fabrics, yarns, faces

A Community Responds with Pain and Purpose


the courage to face the world as it is, and to be unrelenting in their desire to see it change. To that end, this upcoming year I will establish a Presidential Initiative for faculty and students that seeks to address issues of violence, police-community relationships, and racial injustices. One could imagine

Older Americans Month: Celebrating Successes & Addressing Challenges


president Donald Trump, 76. This month is Older Americans Month, which means you’ll be hearing a lot about the lives of older adults, both their successes and the challenges they face. According to the Administration for Community Living (ACL), which leads this national observance every May: “When