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Anyone Pondering the Secret of a Long Life
Anyone pondering the secret of a long life would do well to ask 100-year-old Benjamin Jackson “BJ” Holland, a Suffolk resident honored by Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia Thursday.
Ombudsmen help resolve issues in long-term care facilities
Hampton Roads, Va. – (Jan. 10, 2013 ) – Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia is seeking caring men and women with good communication skills to serve as volunteer ombudsmen to help resolve complaints and mediate issues on behalf of patients and residents of nursing homes and assisted-living facilities.
To Va. Landmarks Register
There's a lot of history behind the walls of the old Hayden High School building in Franklin, Va.Peggy Scott remembers it vividly.
Hayden High School in Franklin is among 16 sites the Department of Historic Resources recently listed in the Virginia Landmarks Register
RICHMOND—The former Hayden High School in Franklin is among 16 sites the Department of Historic Resources recently listed in the Virginia Landmarks Register.
Re 'Ho ho hold it right there' (Business, Dec. 23): Many families may have realized during the holidays that their older relatives are vulnerable or are in more financial trouble than they knew. Those who need help locally can call Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia (757-461-9481) to determine their next steps. Those who have older relatives in other areas can call the Eldercare Locator, a public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging, at 1-800-677-1116. Families are the best protection against financial exploitation of the elderly.