Medicare Basics is an introduction to the federally administered health insurance program that provides coverage to persons 65 and older, and persons under 65 who are disabled. Our presentation will cover the different ways you can receive your Medicare benefits, how Medicare works with other health insurance, and financial-assistance options that may be available to […]
Wednesday, January 13th at 1PM,The Health Department representatives will discuss COVID in Tompkins County with emphasis on the senior population. We expect to hear more about the rollout of the vaccine nationally and locally, as well. Here is the Zoom invitation: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84698430359pwd=cUE0eEllTzAwckJaR0ZjOE53ckc1dz09 Lifelong, Giac and McGraw House are partnering to bring you this special presentation
Welcome to Lifelong’s TCE Tax program for the 2020 tax year! We are committed to providing this valuable service to our community while recognizing that we have to do things differently this year to keep everyone safe. IRS Federal and NYS tax returns will be prepared virtually this year from late January until mid-April by Lifelong TCE […]
HAPPY NEW YEAR!! The Lifelong building is open from 9 – 4, Monday to Friday. Staff will be in and answering the phones. Some classes and social groups are meeting in-person onsite. Slowly but surely, we are coming back. Hope to see you sometime soon, albeit with your mask.. Be well and stay safe!!
Lifelong’s Spring Catalog 2021 has many new offerings, both virtual and in-person. You can check it out here or drop down to Lifelong to pick it up. Please be sure to sign in and wear a mask when you enter the building – we are really happy to see our members and volunteers but want […]
Lifelong will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 26 and 27th. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!!
Senior Troupe of LifelongPerforms during the Spring Writes Literary FestivalThe 12th annual Spring Writes Literary Festival, a program of the Community Arts Partnership features over 80 regional writers that are part of 23 literary themed events and performances – all taking place virtually from November 18th through the 29th. Registration required. (There are 7 additional workshops […]
WE WANT EVERYONE TO BE AND FEEL SAFE WHILE IN THE BUILDINGANDTO HELP CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF THE VIRUS To this end please know that:Everyone entering the building will need to sign in with their contact information and will be asked the following questions: Have you had any COVID 19 symptoms in the last 14 […]
Thirty Years of Studying Aging in America Yohko Tsuji “Based on her thirty-year research at a senior center in upstate New York [Lifelong!], anthropologist [and long-time Lifelong member and supporter,] Yohko Tsuji describes old age in America from a cross-cultural perspective. Comparing aging in America and in her native Japan, she discovers that notable differences in […]
WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and the tax industry today warned of a new text scam created by thieves that trick people into disclosing bank account information under the guise of receiving the $1,200 Economic Impact Payment. The scam text message states: “You have received a direct deposit of $1,200 from […]