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Visalia Gleaning Seniors Plan to Expand Services into Goshen

The Visalia Gleaning Seniors are looking to expand into the Goshen area. The Gleaners supply bread, sweets, fruits, vegetables and other food items to low-income seniors. They currently deliver food three-to-four times a week to mo... — Updated 9/8/2022

 

Campaign and Flags to Mark Elder Abuse Awareness Month

June is World Elder Abuse Awareness Month, and the Tulare County District Attorney's Office will again air its extensive elder abuse awareness campaign using television, radio,... — Updated 5/6/2022

 

Annual Senior Resource Expo Set for May 22

The Annual Senior Resource Expo will be held at Tulare Community Church, 1820 N. Gem St., Tulare, from 8:30 a.m. to noon on May 22. Organized by the Senior Care Organization, this... — Updated 5/1/2021

 

COVID-19 Still Impacts South Valley

As of June 22, Tulare County has 3,172 reported cases of COVID-19, also known as coronavirus. The virus has killed 111 people in the county. Kings County has had 1,331 cases, with 12 deaths. Despite the current increase in cases,... — Updated 7/24/2020

 

Local Events to Mark Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Local events have been scheduled to mark World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. On Tuesday, May 28, "Elder Abuse Awareness Flag Ceremony 2019" will be held on the northeast lawn of... — Updated 6/11/2019

 
 By Steve Pastis    News

Kings County Works within Budget to Fight Elder Abuse

"We have plans to invest in elder abuse issues," said Kings County District Attorney Keith L. Fagundes. The current effort is currently grouped with other crimes such as insurance f... — Updated 10/9/2017

 

Millions of Eligible Seniors Not Receiving Critical Federal Benefits

Feeding America, the nation's largest domestic hunger-relief organization, has joined with other national and local organizations to help strengthen food assistance for low-income, food-insecure seniors by closing the "Senior SNAP... — Updated 6/24/2016

 

Heart of Seniors Luncheon and Resource Fair Set for Feb. 11

The Third Annual Heart of Seniors "Resources & Rejuvenation for the Caregiver" Luncheon, hosted by Senior Care Organization, will be held on Thursday, February 11, from 9:30... — Updated 1/22/2016

 
 By Steve Pastis    Health

Medicare Specialist Advises Seniors to Avoid Medicare Advantage, HMOs

"Medicare insurance is the most confusing thing for a senior to figure out," Susan Hatch told members of the Senior Care Organization at their October meeting at Café 225 in... — Updated 11/22/2015

 

Neurotechnology Alliance to Monitor the Aging Brain

The American Senior Housing Association (ASHA) has announced that NeuroVigil will deploy its award-winning neurotechnology to senior living communities around the country to... — Updated 3/18/2015

 

Feb Event Features Radio Talk Show Host

Chris Daniel, the jovial host of KMJ's radio's afternoon talk show, became serious and sullen as he spoke about his dilemma. You see, Daniel has a predicament about his mother, who... — Updated 1/9/2015

 

Senior Event Expands in Feb 2015

The Heart of Seniors, a resource fair for seniors and their caregivers, is expanding for the upcoming event, moving to a new, larger location. "The success of our first event... — Updated 1/9/2015

 

Senior Resource Fair and Fashion Show Scheduled

On Thursday, February 13, the Senior Care Organization will host Heart of Seniors, a senior resource fair, luncheon and fashion show for those 50 and older and caregivers for... — Updated 8/21/2014

 

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