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Trudi Thomason
· December 10, 2015
I am very grateful to have the help that SRDA gives to the Pueblo Community & i would like to say Hi to Pete
Joe T. Silva
· December 20, 2014

Joins us for a quick breakfast and help us help our at risk elderly who are unable to prepare meals for themselves. Drop by and enjoy a yummy meal or take one to go. Donations encouraged and accepted. For more information call Jane, Meals on Wheels Volunteer Coordinator at 553-3400.

As voice-activated devices grow in popularity across all industries, Philips Lifeline General Manager, Rip Martin, explains why this type of technology should h...elp augment, not replace human interactions. Click here to learn why Rip thinks it’s critical to continue using humans as the first line of intervention, especially in healthcare:

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) devices like Alexa should be seen as an enabler for care versus a replacement. Rip Martin of Philips explains why.

Whether you're 18 or 78, #exercise is important for your health. See how one unsung hero has spent the last 7 years helping #seniors remain limber & maintain a healthy lifestyle:

Kathryn Rollins has become a familiar face at the Oasis Senior Center in Corona del Mar. The Costa Mesa resident teaches a variety of classes designed to help senior citizens increase their bone density, remain limber through Pilates and maintain a healthy lifestyle physically and mentally.

Progress begins on the SRDA patio expansion!!

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Nicky Nicholas

SRDA’s Joseph H. Active Adult Center patio expansion has begun. We are so proud to have the opportunity to serve the Pueblo community and older active adults!!

Comfort food for sure!!

A great recipe worth saving, certainly as we're well into the flu season…

This fantastic article was written by Sarah Biren, a baker, cook, author, and blogger living in Toronto. We encourage you to check out her website here! Winter is nearly here and that means the flu season is on the rise. With the change of temperature, and the cold air being more conducive to spread...

Be kind to your heart this Valentines Day and every day!

February marks American #HeartMonth! Take this time to set heart-healthy goals to lower your chances of heart disease, such as weekly exercise. Check out these simple ways to get active from the American Heart Association:

What if you could bank sleep and use it when you needed it. Researchers at the University of Calgary say you can. Bindu Suri explains why the new findings could help Olympic athletes go that extra mile. Two SRS members, Amy Bender and Pierrick Arnal, are featured in the article.

A new study by a professor at the University of Calgary found banking sleep can improve both physical and cognitive performance.
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Pueblo Police Department

Our condolences go out to the men and women of the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office and to the family of the fallen deputy who lost his life in the line of duty. You are all in our thoughts.

Congratulations Phil!!!

Just a month shy of his 100th birthday, Phil Basser finally got to see his beloved Eagles win the Superbowl!

From the Philips Lifeline H.Q. deep in Patriots territory, we want to congratulate both Phil and the Philadelphia Eagles on a well earned victory!

Phil Basser, who turns 100 next month, was at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis with his family to watch his team win their first Super Bowl with a 41-33 victory over the favored New England Patriots.

Did you know #fallrisk is significantly higher for seniors with #diabetes? Check out our new blog to learn how you can help your loved ones manage their diabetes and decrease their chance of falling:

Nearly 12 million Americans 65-PLUS have diabetes, a disease that can lead to a number of complications, including neuropathy, and puts you at increased risk for a serious fall.
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"My 97-year-old grandma is being loved by her sisters, all in their 90s. When my sisters are old, I will brush their hair and make sure they look pretty, until ...the very end. My grandma got her wish to have hospice in her own home."

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Steve Nawrocki

I was extra proud to be a Puebloan today! Proud to participate in the march/rally alongside great women in my own life and proud to be part of an event that drew women from all over southern and southeastern Colorado!

Call SRDA Lifeline for more information. 719-545-1212.

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Philips Lifeline

Home, park, or supermarket. Wherever you go, the technology in our new GoSafe 2 can find you and dispatch help wherever you are. Is GoSafe right for you?

COPD is considered to be incurable, irreversible, and fatal, but research suggests smokers and former smokers may be able to regenerate their lungs simply by eating this food:

by PAUL FASSA “Given the high costs, both direct and indirect, associated with COPD, there is an urgent need to identify novel approaches to treat the disease,” said Avrum Spira, MD, MSc, professor of medicine at Boston University Medical Center. [1] The COPD Epidemic Chronic Obstructive Pulmona...
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Philips Lifeline

Wherever you go, we're with you. GoSafe 2 is the new mobile personal alert button. Learn more about how you can have the full support of Philips Lifeline in a single pendant.