Seniors

Growing old gracefully

Getting older?  It’s better than the alternative! As the community relations coordinator for a reputable homecare agency, I have the pleasure of interacting with se ...

Be your own healthcare advocate

Have you ever had a medical situation that scared you or caught you off guard? Do you know what to ask, who to talk to and how to prepare for a potential situation?   A sca ...

New assisted-living facilities good for Lincoln

Lincoln is a city that appeals to families of all ages. Newcomers with young families often tell me that they move to Lincoln for affordable housing, good schools and the smal ...

Two new assisted living facilities break ground in Lincoln

 For seniors looking for a multiservice retirement community that offers both active independent facilities and assisted living and memory care, Lincoln’s a happening pl ...

Resource Connectors helps provide seniors with information

“Aging in place” has become one of the most prominent trends to emerge since the baby-boom generation graduated into their retirement years. With this wave of older adu ...

Grand Jury issues pointed report on Costco site, seniors

The Placer County Grand Jury is recommending that supervisors tap a $1.3 million enterprise fund to help Seniors First move from the DeWitt Center, which it’s being ousted fr ...

LARTA helps bring tennis communities together

The LARTA (Lincoln and Rocklin Tennis Association) second annual Tennis Spectacular was held last month at the Lincoln Hills Sport Pavilion and Tennis Courts. The LARTA FUNraising ...

Lincoln Hills Coyotes 60s sweep Rock ‘n Reno Challenge Cup

SPARKS, Nev. – The Coyote 60s unleashed an awesome display of talent and power in one of the largest tournaments in the country, the Rock 'n Reno Challenge Cup May 23-25. ...

Lincoln Senior Care Clinic offers in-home visits

Just when medical house calls seemed a service from the past, Ron Ordona came to town. A registered nurse practitioner with a Master of Science nursing degree, Ordona opened t ...

Senior living complexes compete for approval

Summerset attorney insists senior population cannot sustain two centers    Attorney Anthony Danielson painted a glum future of rubble and weeds for at least on ...