The Fairfax County Department of Family Services Adult and Aging Division produces a variety of publications, podcasts and video programs that include helpful and entertaining pieces about positive aging, including the monthly Golden Gazette.
What’s in March 2020 Golden Gazette
Find out how Genealogist Paul McFarland searched for his Irish ancestors and found “boundless appreciation” for what they went through.
Then find information on the upcoming census, the March 3 presidential primary, tax relief workshops, the FTC’s top 2019 frauds, and caregiver support. And don’t miss the Sports section with recruitment notices for local softball, soccer and basketball teams.
Check it all out now in the March Golden Gazette!
Link not working? Then open the attached PDF. If you would prefer to receive this free monthly community newspaper through the mail, Subscribe Now.
Listen Up! Fairfax 50+ Podcasts
Follow Fairfax 50+ Podcasts with host Jim Person for interesting and timely conversations on a wide range of local issues. Current podcasts include:
- OLLI/GMU’s Spring Session
- Finding Your African American Roots
- Mount Vernon Genealogical Society’s Spring Programs
There are many paths and practices involving Mindfulness, and many county residents – particularly mature residents – are committed to learning these practices. Mature Living’s latest episode explores this mind, body and spiritual experience through interviews with local guides and practitioners. Tune in Now!
While the rate of suicide is increasing among Americans, the greatest risk is among older adults. Jane Woods, chairman, Leadership Council, Suicide Prevention Alliance of Northern Virginia, joins two mental health professionals to discuss suicide risk and community intervention strategies. Tune in Now!