Category Archives: Family

MourningAmerica.org Brings Light To Losses from COVID-19

As of July 7th, more than 130,000 people in the U.S. have died due to COVID-19. Because of the rapid spread of the virus and the inability to have a proper burial for many of those lost, it may feel as if those losses are, well, lost in the shuffle of life. The founders of…
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Visiting Family Members: Is It Safe to Do So Now?

As states like Florida ease restrictions that were in place due to the new coronavirus outbreak, family members are talking about whether or not it’s safe to get together again. For senior family members, going a long time without seeing or spending time with grandkids has been tough, and many are more than ready to…
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How Seniors Can Prep for Hurricane Season During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Atlantic hurricane season began on June 1 and continues through November 30. This year’s hurricane season is expected to be particularly active, and there’s the added challenge of continuing to manage the new coronavirus pandemic. So, just how can you help the seniors in your life be better prepared? Here are a few tips,…
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6 Unique Ways to Show Love to a Senior This Month

Although Valentine’s Day is usually focused on love for a romantic partner, it’s always a good idea to show others that you care for them, including the seniors in your life. So, in the spirit of Valentine’s Day and expressions of love and caring, here are a few unique ways you can celebrate with senior…
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