The following article originally appeared in the Huntingdon Daily News, written by April Feagley:
Scammers and fraud are nothing new, unfortunately they’ve been around for a long time. However, as technology gets more advanced and complicated, the scams people can come up with also get more complex. But even just a little knowledge can help you spot and outwit a scammer. Below are some of the most common scams, and what you should look out for in each of them.
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The buzz at Kirkland Village a Presbyterian Senior Living continuing care retirement community, is only now starting to calm after Kirkland's first ever Collection Show. The show was an opportunity for seniors living at the CCRC to display collections that are near and dear to them. Staff at Kirkland Village say it was a great success.
As Women's Month comes to a close, we here at Presbyterian Senior Living want to recognize some of the amazing women we are lucky enough to serve. We talked to four women about their lives and their experiences in a wide variety of professions. From writers to pharmacy owners, singers to professors, the women at Presbyterian Senior Living truly are extraordinary.
March is here, which means it’s National Nutrition Month! You’ve probably heard all about how proper nutrition can improve your quality of life and even help you live longer, but did you know it could also boost your memory?
Looking at the world today, one might come to the conclusion that we are suffering from an accountability crisis. Whether the discussion is about business, education, health care, politics, or the general subject of changing attitudes in society, the lack of personal accountability is a topic of conversation. In many respects, success in any area of life is tied to creating and sustaining a sense of accountability in individuals and teams of people who work together toward a common goal.