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Spotlight on Our Facility Audiences: The Redwoods, A Community of Seniors

By MARIAN HUBLER  | mhubler@breadandroses.org Published April 6, 2024   “The residents of The Redwoods truly treasure our long-standing collaboration with Bread & Roses.  The music you have brought enriches their lives ...
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Can Social Media Be Good for Seniors? YES!

Social media has always been a hit with younger generations, but it is starting to skew much older as more seniors are buying into its usefulness and entertainment factor. Recent studies point ...
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How to Get the Best Sleep

Welcome to March. This is the month where we “spring” ahead. For many of us, the twice-yearly switching of the clocks is unwelcome because it throws off our sleep patterns. So, this ...
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Marin’s Seniors for Peace celebrates 20 years of activism

By KRISSY WAITE | kwaite@marinij.com Published in Marin Independent Journal: February 6, 2024  When Carolyn Corbelli saw a photo in the newspaper of older musicians on a street in Mill Valley protesting for peace back ...
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Time for a Hot Cup of Coffee or Tea

It’s February, and around here, that means the days are often cold and rainy. In other words, good times to snuggle up with a warm cup of coffee or tea. For some ...
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The Four Levels of Hospice Care

Hospice care is an undeniably challenging subject to discuss, yet its importance, particularly as someone approaches the end of life, cannot be overstated. Addressing the realities of terminal illness and the emotional ...
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What is the Difference Between Independent Living vs. Assisted Living?

Regarding senior housing options, the choice between independent living and assisted living is an important decision for seniors and their families. Each option offers unique benefits and accommodations tailored to individual needs. ...
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Would You Rather Be Youthful or Useful?

Ken Dychtwald has been measuring and forecasting the aging of America for almost 50 years, so he is not surprised by much, but the 73-year-old founder of the Age Wave consulting firm in Orinda ...
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May is Older Americans Month

May is Older Americans Month, but it is reasonable to ask just who is old, what does it mean - in general and for Mill Valley in particular?  The average life expectancy ...
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The Redwoods Embarks on a Water-Saving Project

Monday was “Earth Day” and on Tuesday we started a program with the support of, and in collaboration with, Marin County and the Marin Municipal Water District (MMWD) on a major water ...
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