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- President Barack Obama has hinged his legacy on the Affordable Care Act and its mandate of making medical care accessible to all Americans. As it begins its roll out, one of the first things Americans might be compelled to do is seek trusted tax co
Sometimes, all it takes to make a difference in someone’s life is time.
Bring a friend and win a free Y T-shirt. The South Montgomery County YMCA will be opening its doors for free to seniors on January 28 and 29.
The Academy for Lifelong Learning at Lone Star College-Montgomery, a program for the 50-plus retired or semi-retired community, will host an open house on Saturday, January 25, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
The Senior Services team from Interfaith of The Woodlands spread fun and holiday cheer to more than 75 seniors at the South County Community Center on Monday, December 16.
Montgomery County United Way partners with hundreds of volunteers each year but one group in general has really built a reputation for themselves by specializing in building wheel chairs ramps for those in need.
In the nonprofit world, competition for donors and innovative business models can be just as intense as it is for their capital-market driven peers.
Congressman Kevin Brady (R-TX) recently commended the in-home care company for 10 years of service in The Woodlands.
Cypress-Woodlands Junior Forum’s performing group, the Melodies, began the year with a rollicking musical based on the 50’s sock-hop era and the proverbial teen love triangle.
Woodlands Christian Interact Club members participated in a community event, “Serving Our Seniors” sponsored by Interfaith Ministries. The students helped a senior with a yard project.
Legions of volunteers will spread out in The Woodlands this Saturday, October 12, to serve seniors in the community in a program by the same name. The ’Serving Our Seniors (S.O.S.),’ service program aids elderly residents with various projects they’r
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Chairman Brady (R-The Woodlands) filed H.R. 2925 last month to help combat Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse.
September is World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and with more than 340,000 people in Texas over age 65 diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia, there are a ton of people in The Woodlands caring for loved ones with the disease who need a break.
National Grandparents Day is officially Sunday, Sept. 8, but the premier childhood development facility in The Woodlands is starting the celebration early – and the whole family is invited.
Veterans and active duty U.S. military personnel from every state in the union will converge on Houston at the end of the month for their yearly meeting and a bit of Texas hospitality.
Since the turn of the century, the Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) at Lone Star College-Montgomery has been offering intriguing lectures, workshops, and seminars for the 50-plus retired or semi-retired community.
The Forum at The Woodlands opens up their restaurant to area veterans the last Wednesday of every month for breakfast, to provide a venue for veterans to share camaraderie and their 'tour of duty' stories.
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Eventually aging parents will need assistance with their daily needs. The following essentials should be given serious consideration before the caregiving is needed.
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60 Alzheimers patients displaced after nursing home fire at The Forum in The Woodlands.
Russell celebrates 25 years as a Y Member The South Montgomery County YMCA is proud to spotlight, Mr. Russell Dorr, who recently celebrated his 25th Anniversary as a YMCA Member. Russ is a resident of The Woodlands.