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YCCF’s Embracing Aging Helps You Be Proactive
YCCF’s Embracing Aging Helps You Be Proactive

For Joel Conway, his decision to get involved with YCCF’s Embracing Aging stemmed from his desire to be more proactive about his own aging and to be...
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York County Takes Action to Improve Livability
York County Takes Action to Improve Livability

You deserve to live more easily in your home and community. That’s why York County Community Foundation’s Embracing Aging, with the support of the...
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Old Dogs Do Learn New Tricks
Old Dogs Do Learn New Tricks

A phrase frequently used is “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.”  Sometimes this refers to one being too stubborn to learn to do something ...
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No One Wants to Go on Vacation for Decades
No One Wants to Go on Vacation for Decades

Of course you will want to sleep in late, stay in your pajamas, and binge watch a television show during your retirement - you’ve earned it!  But n...
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Listening with Compassion
Listening with Compassion

Sometimes you wish to share something about your life.  When you do, you want a person who listens with empathy, intention, and without judgement. Th...
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10 Things to Love About Aging
10 Things to Love About Aging

Of course, things change as you age.  However, when you only view aging as impairment and decline, it damages your sense of self, diminishes your opp...
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My Brains Didn’t Leave with My Hair Color
My Brains Didn’t Leave with My Hair Color

During a recent interview with Sonya Bloom, she shared one of the reasons she decided to facilitate discussions to reduce ageism. “My brains didn’...
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The New Pill That Can End Aging
The New Pill That Can End Aging

A few years ago, while waiting for a doctor’s appointment, I saw an ad in a Reader’s Digest publication for “the new pill that can end aging bec...
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Focus on the Whole, Not the Hole
Focus on the Whole, Not the Hole

When we see someone using a cane or walker, the stigma associated is often “old, slow, and feeble minded.”  When we hear someone is living with d...
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