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Baby Boomers

Healthy Aging Month

 September is Healthy Aging Month! Join with us as we participate in this annual, national observance designed to encourage personal responsibility of one’s own health and the positive aspects of life that come with growing older. To better understand the health of our nation
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Saving Service: Don’t Forget the Older Adults

The threats to national service are very serious.  Congress wants to eliminate or greatly reduce funding for the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the federal agency that oversees AmeriCorps, Senior Corps, AmeriCorps VISTA, and other programs. Thankfully there hav
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Experience Corps in US News and World Report

Today, the benefits of Experience Corps for both older adults and children are highlighted in US News and World Report’s article, Senior-Student Mentoring Can Be Great Win-Win.  
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Healthy Aging All Summer Long

Each Wednesday morning this summer, Meg Licht, myself and a group of ten other tireless Experience Corps members gather in Franklin Park to partake in some exercise and easy conversation.  Along the two mile trek around the park’s public golf course, Read more…  
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Live to be 100?

Dr. Thomas Perls, Director of The New England Centenarian Study wants to help you get there, healthy & happy. Learn more about his work in this recent Time Magazine article, click here to read it.  Dr. Perls will be speaking on March 25th at the Social Innovation Forum’s breakfast
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Experience Corps Highlighted on NBC!

Our Experience Corps program is featured on NBC’s Making a Difference! Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy
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Mr. and Mrs. Thompson

Excited to Mentor
Paul and Nancy Thompson are in their late 50′s and have been married for 40 years. They were raised in the same neighborhood of Boston, attended the same schools, and went to the senior prom with each other. They chose to stay in Boston and raised their kids here. Both of them spent t
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