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SPA-Taneous

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SPA -Taneously care for caregivers Event specially designed to care for caregivers “There are those who choose to or have no option other than to become the main support for their elderly, sick, disabled or injured family members, or for those in a professional setting. While their job is necessary to the quality of life […]

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Making Columbus Age Friendly: A Note from City Council President Pro Tem Michael Stinziano

Michael Stinziano Michael Stinziano Making Columbus Age Friendly: A Note from City Council President Pro Tem Michael Stinziano

We’re getting older. While your first reaction might be an eye roll for saying the obvious, I want you to think about the fact that we are all experiencing the obstacles of aging on a daily basis. Older neighborhoods in cities like Columbus have cracked sidewalks, crosswalks that offer little time to cross busy streets, […]

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At Home by High: Building a Support Network for Short North’s Aging Residents

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega At Home by High: Building a Support Network for Short North’s Aging Residents

When Katie Beaumont’s mom moved in with her, she thought things would get easier. As an older woman with limited mobility and early signs of dementia, her mom needed near-constant assistance, so a shared residence made sense. But, when falls became more frequent, Beaumont realized she needed someone to fill the gaps between her and […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!

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