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OLD AGE. This needs no definition. Sometimes old age is the cause of loss of memory and of the powers of the mind, when the party may be found non compos mentis. See Aged witness; Senility.

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But perhaps the most successful music learning organization for senior adults is the New Horizons International Music Association, with a membership of 240 band, orchestra, and choir programs in nine countries.
On average, the children in the experimental group had been interacting with senior adults for 12 months prior to the administration of the assessments for this study.
During reminiscence sessions, senior adults are encouraged to tell the "stories' of their life that have given their lives value, meaning, and a sense of completeness (Lubarsky, 1997).
Seeking purpose and meaning in life, as well as refocusing on values and ethics, is important to a senior adult. Health and fitness instructors can teach techniques that will enable introspection through relaxation.
Making intergenerational programs rewarding - and appealing - to senior adults is critical to their long-term success.
Senior adults, recent college graduates, and family wage earners soon learned the advantages of career planning and JVS earned its reputation for individually tailored counseling and placement services.
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Council Towers II, located at 99 Vendalia Avenue in Starrett City, Brooklyn, contains 123 one-bedroom units and is fully tenanted with 175 senior adults capable of independent living.
The camp also operates an exchange program with a nearby camp for senior adults. Campers know they are applying the camp's values.
Researchers found that the most dramatic improvement was recorded in night driving, an activity that many senior adults give up needlessly because they are unaware they have cataracts.
This is a free event and is intended for a variety of job seekers, from high school students (ages 15 and up) to senior adults.
Aging Beautifully, LLC, owner of the SeniorSelect[R]Seal, organizes periodic panels of senior adults to evaluate products and services for ease of use, clarity of instructions, necessity, safety, comfort, and simplicity in order to designate the seal.