November is National Caregiver Month; Arizona is home to over 855,000 caregivers.
Dental care is a top concern among Tucson seniors, recent surveys show.
Falls are the leading cause of injuries for those 65 and older.
Let’s just jump in with an obvious statement.
They provide transportation, errand-running, friendly visits, light housekeeping and more.
Older people already have plenty to worry about: The physical and mental wages of aging alone can be harrowing. Add poverty — or very limited resources — and you have a witches’ brew of adversity.
For seven generations and counting — more than 130 years — the Ronstadt family has helped shape the Old Pueblo, and the Pima Council on Aging will celebrate that commitment to community at the Generations Gala on Saturday at the Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa.
St. Philip’s in the Hills Episcopal Church will hold its fifth annual Family Caregiver and Senior Resource Fair from 8 to 11:45 a.m. Sunday in the West Murphey Gallery at the church, 4440 N. Campbell Ave.
Headaches, migraines are focus of free lecture
There are fewer federal dollars for the local Meals on Wheels program, but the need is greater than ever.
Folks 60 and over will have an additional culinary option this summer.
Mary MacEwan can count herself among a select - but growing - group.
A local family will be honored this month for their history of philanthropy in Tucson, which includes establishing and operating 12 private foundations that support not-for-profit organizations.
Dan Ranieri, La Frontera Arizona president and CEO, says the project will provide "a home within a community" for low-income seniors.
It's not just a child that needs a village.
A touted new low-premium Medicare prescription plan isn't available in Southern Arizona, but there's an online tool that can help local beneficiaries find affordable alternatives.
Anyone who is new to Medicare or wants to switch Medicare plans has until Dec. 7 to enroll, and experts say enrollees must do their homework to avoid hidden costs.
The sixth annual Tucson Classics Car Show will be held 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday or, if it rains, next Sunday.
The Rotary Club of Tucson is shifting into overdrive Saturday with its annual Tucson Classics Car Show.