Protecting Seniors from Scams

Protecting Seniors from Scams

  Scam artists from all walks of life are coming out of the woodwork in droves, posing as Tech Support, Tax Accountants, Auditors, Appraisers, Financial Advisors, etc.   Who gets scammed the most?   Surprisingly enough, it isn’t always seniors.  Of the victims who continued interacting with scammers from a Microsoft survey conducted last fall, half were millennials (ages 18-34).  Still, nearly 20% were adults 55 and older. If you or...

Read More

“Toughness is in the soul and spirit, and not in muscles” – Alex Karras

“Toughness is in the soul and spirit, and not in muscles” – Alex Karras

Each January, people tend to be weary from holiday festivities that took place over the past two months.  This is no different for senior citizens.  However, our bodies are our temples and should be treated with care.  Aging adults may or may not be able to run a 5K or perform repetitions of pushups, but there are always options to keep moving.  Most aging adults struggle with the vicious cycle of complacency due to the inability to move in the...

Read More

Holiday Outreach Is In Full Swing

Holiday Outreach Is In Full Swing

Thanks to our volunteers, we were able to collect an abundance of food and gifts to be distributed to many young-at-heart seniors in Northeast Tarrant County who may not otherwise experience the spirit of the season. On December 10th, Mid-Cities Care Corps volunteers will meet at First United Methodist in Colleyville to wrap gifts, assemble food items  and deliver bags to a long list of seniors who need support. This program continues to lift...

Read More
close
Facebook IconView our Twitter FeedView our Twitter Feed
'