4 ways to foster intergenerational relationships Build memories from a young age. The presence of a grandparent in a young child’s life can provide a sense of stability, security, wisdom,

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Shown Here: Public Law No: 115-196 (07/07/2018) [115th Congress Public Law 196] [From the U.S. Government Publishing Office] [[Page 132 STAT. 1511]] Public Law 115-196 115th Congress An Act To

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Hey, how much is a non-fungible token in Bitcoin? By Deanna Shoss My dad was a great adman. In later years we talked shop, and he lamented industry trends like

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September’s Tablescape –  The African Queen BY PAT BURNS Some of us have been fortunate enough to visit Africa and experience wild animals roaming freely, its enormous vistas, picturesque plains,

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Looking To Achieve Purpose in Retirement? BY JANICE GARCIA In the Spring 2021 edition of Grand Magazine, the article ‘Purpose is Key to Successful Retirement’ focused on what makes for

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The 10 facts that prove we’re in a climate emergency from Wired.com/UK The publication of the sixth IPCC climate change report underlines the drastic – and in some cases irreversible

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Billie the Octopus invites you to explore the wonders of the ocean, become aware of the threats to it, and how you can make a difference. Lotus wrote More Beautiful Than

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Here’s How To Take Care of Your Grandparents In The Pandemic Times The pandemic has been hard. Be it children, working youngsters, or the elderly – everyone in a family

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BY PAT HANSON “Usta” is a phrase we seniors can’t escape… Like “would’ve” and “should’ve” and “would’ve” statements that are useless after the fact; knowing that language can influence the

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 Poetry and Other Reflections on Summer Camp BY JERRY WITKOVSKY  Nothing like aging to spawn reveries on the meaning of life. Don’t get me wrong, I am so grateful to

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Summer ~ Time to Revel in Outdoor Play BY JUDITH VAN HORNE Summertime has always been a great time for outdoor play. This year, with most seniors vaccinated and the

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Trust Rules – Don’t Get Fooled Again! BY LINDA K. STROH, PH.D.  I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you             

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Let’s Find Solutions to White Supremacy Dear Christine – Thank you so much for what you have written about Pride and CRT.  As an educator for over 45 years and

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Why the unvaccinated live in an alternate universe  BY Dr. Alex Busko During my final months of residency training in Florida this past spring, I lost count of how many

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Legal guardianship of a grandchild? BY KYLE PERSAUD You have a grandchild, and you believe that your grandchild may be in danger. You feel that you need a guardianship. You

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Shelf Stuff – Summer Reading Selection Why Is Summer Reading So Important for Kids’ Success? According to Study.com, summer reading is critical for students to retain knowledge and skills learned

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Advice for grandparents vacationing with extended family BY KAREN L. RANCOURT  As Covid-19 vaccinations increase and more and more extended families get together, many vacationing together, intergenerational conflicts may result.

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I Can Read Comics Help Grandkids Learn To Read As grandparents, it’s important to support the goals of ensuring that our grandchildren are ready for the challenges of life. Reading early

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Be Your Grandkids’ Favorite Science Teacher With Wikki Stix! Back-to-school for the grandkids…most likely, this fall. And you may be concerned that they have fallen behind without in-person instruction and

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Grandfamilies – Overcoming Isolation and Loss By Dr. Deborah Langosch, LCSW As we welcome and adjust to this time of re-entry from the pandemic, it’s an opportunity to identify where

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