NEPA Video About Who We Are

Watch the below video to learn about Lifestyles over 50, who we are, what we do and how we do it. Meet the Northeast PA's publisher Reid Boyer and learn why he is inspired to improve the lives of seniors and families locally. 

NEPA October 2018 Issue


Industry News For Local Professionals Spring 2019

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Wed. Mar. 13, Apr. 10 at 12 pm. Traditions of Hanover Bethlehem, 5300 Northgate Dr., Bethlehem. Monthly networking group for professionals hosted monthly and features a speaker and time for networking - $5.

Lehigh Valley Aging in Place Mixers
Wed. Mar. 20 Westminster Adult Day Services Mixer 4-6PM, 803 N Wahneta St, Allentown, PA 18109
Wed. Apr. 17 Fox Rehabilitation, 1251 S. Cedar Crest Blvd., Allentown 18103, PA
Aging in Place Coalition (LVAIP) provides an ongoing forum for professionals from private, public and non-profit business sectors to inform, educate and help older adults age in place.
Grief and Caregiver - Educational Seminar Wed. Mar 6 - presented by Colleen McCabe, MBA, CDP, PCHA, Executive Director, South Mountain Memory Care, Noon Luncheon, enjoy lunch and learn. Please RSVP by Mar. 1 to Wendy Scott at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 610-969-2278

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Mold Prevention - Don’t Be a Victim As I Was

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Lehigh Valley had a very wet spring and summer this past year and this can cause a lot of mold problems. I speak from experience because my basement developed a serious mold problem. We had a musty smell in the basement area and realized we had to do something.
I contacted NextStep Environmental in Macungie who offered a free estimate. The owner, Matt Winslow, arrived with two associates and walked me through their extensive inspection. He pointed out the areas of active mold and showed where I was providing food for the mold spores.

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Adjusting Your Home to Your Lifestyle

small home webAs the frozen ground relinquishes its grip on budding tulips, we take note of the regeneration around us. Spring represents a rebirth and renewed vitality and stimulates a re-assessment of our lives. For some this is manifested in a physical sense with purging of clutter and spring-cleaning, for others it is the planning of activities and goals during the summer months. I would challenge readers to ask themselves a more fundamental question about their home – is this where I need to be? Below are five considerations to help you:

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Excellent Phone Apps for Seniors

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Get your finances under control with an all-in-one budget and money tracker called Mint. By securely syncing to your bank accounts and credit cards, Mint will track your income and expenses (by category) as well as help you set monthly budgets, alert you to bills that need to be paid, and give you tips for saving more money. It brings together everything from balances and bills to your credit score and more. It’s free and easy to get started, and it connects to almost every US financial institution connected to the Internet.

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Spring Cleaning with Eternal Meaning

man at beach webAh, it’s finally spring! According to Lord Tennyson, “In the Spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.” For some women, their thoughts heavily turn to spring cleaning and flowing Honey-do lists.

Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a way to clean the house just one time and have it remain clean forever? Don’t get excited; I don’t have such a solution. I do, however, have a solution to a problem that is far more important, and that will last forever.

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Colorectal Cancer Screening Saves Lives

doctor consult webMarch is Colon Cancer Awareness Month
Would you exchange a day or two of discomfort for the chance to extend your life? If yes, schedule your colorectal screening today. Colonoscopy, and other tests that screen for colorectal cancer – the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths – have been widely credited for saving lives of people over 50. And yet, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that about 33 percent of adults aged 50 to 75 have either never been screened, or are not up to date in screening. Of those, 85 percent are insured.

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