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Seabury Announces Romaine Thomas and St. Anselm’s Abbey School As Award Recipients

The Board of Seabury Resources for Aging is pleased to announce Romaine Thomas as the recipient of the 2016 Leadership in Aging Award. The award recognizes individuals who have made a significant contribution to improve the lives of older adults and family caregivers. Romaine Thomas is a native Washingtonian and Ward 5 resident. She has spent most of her life dedicated to the community as an educator and through community service. For more than twenty-five years, Mrs. Thomas served as the principal of John Henry Kitchum elementary school, the same school she went to as a child. During her tenure at John Henry Kitchum, she was awarded the National Distinguished Principal’s award by the U.S. S

Gender and Aging: Intersections and International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day. This year, the International Women’s Day campaign theme is “Pledge for Parity,” which recognizes the ongoing inequality women face across the globe. The issues older women face stem from intersections of social, health, and economic forces. Below, I discuss hurdles common to older women in our community and offer helpful responses. So what struggles does SHE face? Social: Women have a longer life expectancy than men by at least 5 years. Consequently, a spouse’s death or children moving away can leave older women without social support. The increasing inability to get around on their own can also bar female seniors from participating in social activities. T

A New Age of Caregiving: Grandchildren Caring for Grandparents

Below, Seabury Resources for Aging welcomes Seniorly as they reflect on changing trends in family caregiving. Learn more about Seabury’s programs for family caregivers and senior living options online. -- When we think of millennials, we often focus on their digital technology-driven culture and overlook the fact that they are some of the smartest, most selfless people we know. Millennials these days are driven by a desire to help others, and the careers they choose reflect this. In fact, we seem to be entering an entirely new age of caregiving, one in which millennial grandchildren set aside personal goals to support their aging loved ones. According to the National Alliance for Caregiving

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