Category Archives: Seniors

Overcoming Loneliness

A few ideas here for those who are lonely, especially women. Continue reading

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Seniors Care and Respect

Some thoughts on ways to improve the respect for elders by learning and understanding how they lived in their early life.
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The Hunt for my “Missing” Cousin.

Was my cousin missing, or was he just ignoring my attempts to make contact? Continue reading

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Can we improve Housing for Seniors?

Seniors government housing is pretty basic. They don’t need or want luxury but they need to be safe, secure and comfortable.
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The Terrible Treatment of our Senior Citizens

Older people need to be shown more respect.
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For Old People One Size Does Not Fit All

One Size Does Not Fit All  I’m not referring to clothing, though I would make the same comment if I was! I’m talking about housing – especially for older people. As someone who has been in “housing stress” for nearly … Continue reading

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Getting Older

Just some thoughts on the treatment of seniors in Australia.
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Ageism – Learning with Ashton Applewhite

Ashton Applewhite’s insights into Ageism is very enlightening.
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The Neglect of Australia’s Seniors

Who Cares? I am really concerned about the neglect of Australia’s Seniors.  I am disappointed with the way Australians treat their senior citizens.  “Old people” seem to be isolated, ignored, neglected and not respected.  It appears to be across the … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

Why is it that when I lose something and then replace it, I find the original lost item? Continue reading

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