This post was scheduled before the Covid 19 outbreak. Call head to your local thrift shop before visiting or donating. August 17th is National Thrift Shop Day! When you think of thrift shops you probably think of small, quiet stores with rows of clothes organized haphazardly. Thrift shops can be great for finding clothes and furniture at a discount, but they offer … Continued
The Washtenaw County Elder Justice Coalition is a group of health and social service practitioners and community members working to acknowledge and prevent elder abuse in Washtenaw County through awareness, education, advocacy, and enhanced partnerships. Recently we spoke with Rashanna Davis of Adult Protective Services (APS), Adult Protective Services investigators protect vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect and exploitation … Continued
August is national eye exam month! When thinking about protecting our bodies from signs of aging, how many of us remember to think about our eyes? Do we take steps to maintain good eye health, or see cataracts and needing glasses as an inevitable part of aging? Normal Changes as We Age Glare Dry or irritated … Continued
This year’s election is looking a little different than in years past. How do you cast your vote when you’re worried about Coronavirus? Are you registered to vote? Michigan residents can visit the Michigan Voter Information Center’s website to see whether they’re already registered to vote. If you’re not, it’s easy to sign up. You can sign up for … Continued
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