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How Senior Living Communities Are Coping With COVID

As anyone who hasn’t lived under a rock since mid-March should know by now, adults 60 and over face a greater risk of not making […]

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NextUp: The Startup Improving Incontinence Care

“NextUp” is a weekly NextHealth PHL feature that highlights the local leaders, organizations and research shaping the Greater Philadelphia region’s life sciences ecosystem. Email [email protected] […]

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Will High-Rise Independent Living Communities be the Next Big Thing in Philly?

As well-heeled, urbanite Philadelphians age, it’s clear that not all of them are going to want to take up residence in artificial villages built around […]

City Life

Seniors Will Soon Ride Regional Rail Free of Charge

Starting September 1st, SEPTA is waiving the dollar fee for all senior Regional Rail riders. Announced on Thursday, the move is part of transitioning Regional […]

City Life

Arrest Made in Death of Ex-National Security Advisor’s Father

Federal authorities have made an arrest in the death of H.R. McMaster Sr., father of the famed military general and former National Security Advisor for […]

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Resort-Style Living for the Active Senior Set Comes to King of Prussia

Club Med it ain’t, but Canvas Valley Forge comes awfully damn close — the only thing missing is the beach. The new 55-plus residential community […]

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City Life

Seniors Cleverly Made 11,000 SEPTA Key Trips in March

For most of us, the highly-anticipated SEPTA Key system won’t be up and running until sometime “later in 2015.” Only then will we never again be […]

City Life

What’s New: HIV + AGING

The Elder Initiative is hosting a free event about HIV and aging at the William Way LGBT Community Center this month.

City Life

Is PA Ignoring AIDS Crisis Among Seniors?

More than one million Americans are living with HIV or AIDS. But among seniors who are 50 years and older, the number is mounting. In […]

City Life

The Realities of Transgender Aging

Thanks to Sage (Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders) and the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE), transgender men and women have a new guidebook […]

City Life

Safe Sex for Seniors

“STDs are on the rise among older people,” says Terri Clark, co-chair of Philadelphia’s LGBT Elder Initiative. As a prevention services coordinator with ActionAIDS, the state’s […]

City Life

LGBT Housing To Break Ground

It’s been a long time coming, but this week it was finally announced that a new LGBT housing project for seniors will break ground in […]

City Life

William Way to Launch SAGEWorks

The William Way Community Center will be launching a new program for those 40 and older starting with a reception next week (April 23). SAGEWorks will […]