Does COVID have you down or is it something more serious?

As we enter another season of what seems to be an on-going pandemic, feelings can turn to sadness. We miss seeing family and friends. We miss doing what we used to do. We miss our “normal” lives. But is what you’re feeling just sadness or depression? Everyone feels sad from time to time. But depression [...]

Don’t let Medicare confuse you. Free, online event can help

We all want to live longer, healthier, more active lives, but no matter how healthy our lifestyle choices are, setbacks happen as we age. The good news is health care is better than ever, but it can also be expensive and confusing. That’s why Growing Bolder has teamed up with Florida Blue Medicare to help [...]

Continue your education with new Kentucky partnership

Think it’s too late to continue your education? Think again! AARP Kentucky has launched a new initiative in partnership with The Graduate! Network called KY Comebackers. KY Comebackers provides guidance and resources through a set of “lifelong learning pathways.” These pathways direct adults in Kentucky to low-cost and no-cost options to complete a GED, Technical [...]

Parkinson’s expert offers help in online event

If you or someone you love has Parkinson's Disease, an upcoming meeting of the Lexington Area Parkinson's Support Group may help. Dr. Cherian Karunapuzha, a Movement Disorder Specialist and Neurologist at Meinders Center for Movement Disorders in Oklahoma City, will be the guest speaker. The live, free event takes place at 11 a.m., Monday, Sept. [...]

Election day is approaching. Here’s what you need to know.

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear is extending no-excuse mail-in ballots to all registered voters, announcing a slew of changes that will expand in-person early voting and allow anyone concerned about the pandemic to safely vote from home, according to a story on All registered voters can request a mail-in ballot online or from their county [...]

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