Beaumont Senior Activities: Volunteering with the Southeast Texas Foster Grandparent Program

Beaumont Senior Activities – Volunteer as a Southeast Texas Foster Grandparent Beaumont senior volunteer programs can be a blessing both for Beaumont seniors and those they assist. The Southeast Texas Foster Grandparent program has been a wonderful organization for seniors wanting to play a meaningful role in assisting children who need their love, patience, and guidance. Beaumont seniors volunteering in the SETX Foster Grandparent program volunteer in schools, hospitals,... Read More

Senior News Nederland Tx – Organ Donation

On today’s Nederland Senior Citizen News, we focus on organ, tissue, and eye donation. Did you know Mid County seniors are valued organ donors? It’s true. Many of our readers assume they are too old for organ donation, but in most cases you would be very valued as a donor. With close to 1.5 million Texans signed up to be organ and tissue donors (including a number of Southeast Texas Seniors), and with donations endorsed by everyone from elected officials to businesses... Read More

Beaumont Hospice Provider – Best Hospice Care of Texas

Beaumont Hospice Provider – Best Hospice Care of Texas Southeast Texas is home to a a wonderful locally owned hospice provider: Best Hospice Care of Texas. CEO Jennifer Burch has a true heart for serving Southeast Texas senior citizens in need – and over a decade of experience in providing hospice care in Southeast Texas, the Houston area, and Central Texas. She has brought everything she has learned to creating Best Hospice Care of Texas. The focus of the agency is to provide... Read More

Beaumont Senior News – Did You Know You Can Be an Eye, Tissue, & Organ Donor?

Organ, Eye, and Tissue Donation Southeast Texas Did you know Southeast Texas seniors can be eye, tissues, and organ donors? It’s true. Find out more on today’s edition of Beaumont Senior News. With roughly 1.5 million Texans signed up to be organ and tissue donors, and with donations endorsed by everyone from elected officials to businesses to the faith community, folks who need transplants have no cause for concerns about availability — right? Not quite, says Michele... Read More

Organ Donation and Southeast Texas Senior Citizens

Organ and Tissue Donation Southeast Texas Many of our Southeast Texas senior readers have asked for information on organ donation. Some have expressed concern that their age may disqualify them from becoming organ donors. In most cases this is an unfounded fear- Southeast Texas seniors actually are quite valued as donors of organs, tissues, and eyes. With 1.5 million Texans signed up to be organ and tissue donors, and with donations endorsed by everyone from elected officials... Read More

SETX Senior Health News – You Can Be an Organ, Eye, and Tissue Donor

On today’s SETX Senior Health News we look at organ donation options for Golden Triangle senior citizens. Did you know Southeast Texas seniors are highly valued as eye, tissue, and organ donors? It’s true. If you’ve been interested in becoming an organ donor but weren’t sure how, or thought you had to be a certain age, today’s edition of SETX Senior Health News is for you. With approximately 1.5 million Texans signed up to be organ and tissue donors,... Read More

Southeast Texas Senior Health News – You Can Be a Tissue, Organ, and Eye Donor

Did you know SETX Seniors can be tissue, organ and eye donors? It’s a fact. We’ll highlight options and “how to” become an organ donor on today’s edition of Southeast Texas Senior Health News. With 1.5 million Texans signed up to be organ and tissue donors, and with donations endorsed by everyone from elected officials to businesses to the faith community, folks who need transplants have no cause for concerns about availability — right? Not quite,... Read More

Southeast Texas Senior News – You Can Be an Organ Donor

On today’s edition of Southeast Texas Senior News, we’re excited to bring you information about organ donation. With 1.5 million Texans signed up to be organ and tissue donors, and with donations endorsed by everyone from elected officials to businesses to the faith community, folks who need transplants have no cause for concerns about availability — right? Not quite, says Michele Goddard of the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). “In a state with... Read More

Post Operative Care for Southeast Texas Seniors – SETX Home Care

Post Operative Care for Southeast Texas Seniors – SETX Home Care As we age, it seems inevitable that we’ll eventually need one or more operations – some minor, others more serious. For many of us, we’d prefer to avoid a lengthy stay in a rehabilitation center – Southeast Texas has some good ones, but there is just something comfortable about the idea of recuperating in the comfort of our own homes. Schedule a consultation with SETX Home Care. SETX Home Care is... Read More

Golden Triangle Seniors Make Impactful New Year’s Resolutions

Golden Triangle Senior New Year’s Resolutions – Make an Impact Most Golden Triangle senior citizens have made several decades of New Year’s resolutions. Years later, how many of them do we remember? How many of them really changed our lives? How many of our New Year’s resolutions really changed someone else’s life? As Southeast Texas senior citizens, we are in a position to make some truly life affecting resolutions this year – many may not... Read More

Merry Christmas Southeast Texas Seniors

We would like to wish all of our Southeast Texas seniors a very Merry Christmas.  The True Meaning Of Christmas Jesus Christ was born this day So many years before He came a servant to the lost Though he was Lord of Lords We celebrate this joyous time Reflecting on His birth Not born in a mansion, but a stable As if He had no worth He came so He could identify With the human heart of man And gave His life as a sacrifice Offering a better plan A plan that reconciles us back To... Read More

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