In honor of Older Americans Month, we here at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center would like to recognize our own older adults.
Vision is our most precious sense and taking care of our eyes should be a priority. And if you look hard enough, you might see that May is Healthy Vision Month.
No squares are allowed Wednesday mornings at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center's dining hall for lunch.
For all their runs to car shows and dinner with fellow car enthusiasts, members of the Santa Clarita Valley Corvette Club say their true passion is giving back to the community.
If you were ever thinking about getting out there and doing some volunteer work, the upcoming weeks would be a perfect time to start.
Are you thinking about planting a garden? Or maybe sprucing up your current garden?
When siblings don't agree about their parents' care, oversight and future, it's best when they keep an open mind and discuss the situation.
Seniors who need dialysis now have a new tool to help them select a quality facility.
Seniors who have trouble balancing on one leg for at least 20 minutes could have an increased risk of stroke and reduced cognitive function, according to a recent article in the American Heart Association's journal Stroke.
Falls are the leading cause of injury related deaths among Californians age 65 and older, according to a new study that placed the medical costs of falls by seniors at more than $2 billion annually.
There is currently no cure for Alzheimer's disease (AD) and no drug or other intervention that will stop the progression of the disease. Medication currently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of Alzheimer's may help maintain thinking, memory, and speaking skills, and may help with certain behavioral problems.
One of the toughest decisions an adult may face is deciding what to do with an aging parent facing an urgent medical problem.
I frequently hear the statement, "My loved one has dementia, not Alzheimer's disease," followed by the question, "So what's the difference?"
Recent reports of a rash of scams in which victims are targeted by someone claiming to be a tax collector for the Internal Revenue Service illustrate why seniors, in particular, need to be aware of fraud schemes.
It's a doubly golden birthday party planned Wednesday at Summerhill Villa.
Images of young, fit adults striking flexible poses might be most people's idea of what yoga is.
Need more of a yoga fix? Yoga enthusiasts are in luck. The Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center will be offering a restorative and gentle yoga ...
A luxury senior housing facility being built in Valencia is now taking reservations ahead of its full grand opening which could be as early as ...
About six months after her retirement from Lockheed Martin in 2000, Saugus resident Carole Montgomery had had enough shopping and going to luncheons.
Newhall resident Annee Sohikian was on her way to her mother's birthday party when the unexpected happened.
Cecil Bernstein, a Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center volunteer, was honored by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and the Los Angeles County Commission ...
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