Community Leaders Luncheon

Community Leaders, The Twin Falls Senior Center cordially invites you to attend a luncheon to discuss the shortfall of funding for the meal programs. The Center along with other Senior Centers within the State are having difficulty raising funds to keep their doors open. This meeting is to educate City, County and State representatives about the need for additional funding…

Nutrients for Seniors

Why Seniors Need Vitamins to Live Healthy Lives

Nutrition is one of the cornerstones of health. As we get older, however, it’s possible to miss out on important vitamins and nutrients, reducing our health and quality of life. If you’ve been feeling out of sorts, eating right and getting the balance of foods you need can make a big difference. Why It Matters People have long understood that…

Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology

Assistive technology has made it safer than ever for Seniors today who are living longer and choosing to age in place. Aging in place enables seniors to remain in the comfort of their own homes while obtaining any personal care and support services they might need over time as their needs change. In addition, to support services provided by a…

Active Seniors

Staying Active as a Senior

When a person ages, it becomes harder and harder for them to stay active and incorporate exercise into their daily routine. After avoiding exercise and physical activity for long enough, the muscles begin to atrophy, and it becomes harder for a senior individual to do even simple daily activities. The good news is that adding a little bit of exercise…

Baby Boomers

Boomers Making a Difference Month

Article by Chris Draper, Aug 3, 2018 LifeStylemag.com August is Boomers Making a Difference Month. Baby boomers are typically identified as anyone born between 1945 & the early 1960’s. Though many have tried to attribute certain characteristics to those born during these years, baby boomers can’t be defined as a group. When we think of boomers, we tend to think…

Baby Boomers

National Volunteer Appreciation Month

Volunteers are a tremendous resource for charitable nonprofits. Many charitable nonprofits would not be able to conduct programs, raise funds, or serve clients without volunteers, including the Twin Falls Senior Center. National Volunteer Appreciation Month (April) reminds us of the importance of community, and why it’s become even clearer that volunteers really are the backbone of nonprofit organizations. WHY VOLUNTEER?…