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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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Knowledgeably able to help adolescents, adults, and senior adults who are:
More than half (51%) of adults aged 40-59 identify themselves as Informal or non-planners, whereas that number drops to 41% in younger adults (18-39) and 46% in senior adults (60+)
It is true that children and senior adults are unique individuals.
As a Buckner Senior Living community, Ventana by Buckner will focus on enriching the lives of senior adults through strong Christian values.
It has become a must- have for caregivers of senior adults and is a valuable gift for the holder of your own Power of Attorney (POA).
Everyone: teachers wanting to introduce their precollege students to chamber music; college professors whose students are not yet ready for advanced repertoire; MTNA members searching for something to perform at the next meeting of their local chapter; and senior adults seeking the opportunity to make music with others in a social setting.
The senior adults for this project were community volunteers and/or volunteers through the University of Findlay.
For instance, a group of senior adults using a camp facility were housed in a dormitory called "The Infirmary.
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More than 2,000 volunteers spread themselves out over Los Angeles to participate in 100 projects, including sprucing up community gardens, delivering Meals on Wheels to senior adults, cooking breakfast for the homeless and repairing an AIDS hospice.
Young children and senior adults are unintentionally swallowing the cell batteries and in some cases, the consequences are immediate and devastating.
BURBANK - About 100 city senior adults joined an informational rally Monday to learn how they could encourage lawmakers to preserve dwindling health care benefits.