As Massive Job Losses Rattle the Economy, Free Career Services Quell Anxiety

“They canceled my interview when the COVID-19 lockdowns started to happen. Not only that, but they stopped hiring for the position entirely,” recalled James Meranus, a client at JVS Career Services, a local nonprofit offering hands-on, dedicated 1-to-1 career coaching. Meranus is not alone. According to the US Labor Department, before the coronavirus shutdowns began Read more about As Massive Job Losses Rattle the Economy, Free Career Services Quell Anxiety[…]

Avoiding Dementia Is Not Purely a Matter of Genetics; Tips for Better Brain Health

Brain health is something most people tend to take for granted. When brains are functioning as they should, the average person does not think about ways to improve or avoid harming our brains. Yet, when a problem with cognitive skills or memory develops, many wish they had known more about brain health techniques. According to Read more about Avoiding Dementia Is Not Purely a Matter of Genetics; Tips for Better Brain Health[…]

Take Steps to Boost Heart Health this American Heart Month

In December of 1963, President Lyndon B. Johnson proclaimed the month of February as American Heart Month. In his remarks, he exhorted Americans “to give heed to the nationwide problem of the heart and blood-vessel diseases, and to support the programs required to bring about its solution.” Much has changed since Johnson’s stark call-to-action heightened Read more about Take Steps to Boost Heart Health this American Heart Month[…]

Employees Caring for Aging Parents Should Understand Their Rights

Working adults who find themselves caring for aging parents will likely face heightened workplace stress. Research has found that these employees often don’t have access to options that would allow them the flexibility to do their jobs and provide care for their aging relatives. As a result, they report feeling as though their job security is Read more about Employees Caring for Aging Parents Should Understand Their Rights[…]

Aging in Place? How to Find Quality Home Care

By 2035 there will be 78 million people in the United States over the age of 65, according to the US Census Bureau’s 2017 National Population Projections. That has many implications, including that finding affordable, quality care for older adults will become a necessity for those who have aging loved ones. More and more people Read more about Aging in Place? How to Find Quality Home Care[…]

Stay Energized! How to Eat Healthy at 60 and Better

As adults age, their interests, priorities, and eating habits change—and so do their nutritional needs. The core principles of a healthy diet remain the same at 25 or 85: people need a balance of nourishing foods to enable them to look and feel their best. Eating a well-balanced diet can help people maintain a healthy Read more about Stay Energized! How to Eat Healthy at 60 and Better[…]

Take Control and Maximize Your Social Security Benefits at Redefine Retirement

Social Security is supposed to be simple. You retire and, all-of-a-sudden, you start receiving those checks in the mail, right? Not exactly. Decisions you make about how or when you begin to draw your Social Security benefits can impact how much can you earn while receiving your benefits. While it’s true that those eligible for Read more about Take Control and Maximize Your Social Security Benefits at Redefine Retirement[…]

Six More Weeks of Winter? Oy! Cold Weather Safety Tips for Older Adults

Already this winter, we’ve seen many winter weather advisories throughout Greater Cincinnati. In the first week of January alone, bitter cold temperatures and wind chills caused the temperature to fall from 0 to 10 below zero. Fortunately, Cincinnati missed the onslaught of snow that fell during the bomb cyclone hitting the East Coast, but even Read more about Six More Weeks of Winter? Oy! Cold Weather Safety Tips for Older Adults[…]