'A Sad Situation': Fully Vaccinated Nursing Home Residents Still Can't See Family In Illinois"Why are they in their bedrooms? They're all vaccinated. They should be able to come out in small groups."
'Taking Care Of Each Other': Volunteers Clear Snow For Chicago's Seniors And The Disabled“If you’re shoveling and you’re able to shovel your sidewalk, check on your neighbors and see if there’s a senior on your block that you can help."
'We're Not Considered A Nursing Home': Seniors At Lincolnwood Condo Want COVID Vaccine, But Can't Get It"I do have a list of seniors who want the vaccine, but we can't get through to anyone."
'I Miss Them Every Single Day'; Former Senior Home Food Server, Now A U.S. Marine, Keeps In Touch With Residents"You feel demoralized, but every single letter gives you a bit more hope."
Giving Back To Veterans Who Gave So Much To This Country; 'It's Our Duty'"It's really our time as citizens, all of us, to honor the service that they gave us, and the willingness to serve, back when they were young and strong."
IDES Benefits Scam Targets Seniors; 'It's Upsetting'"I just don't want other people to have to go through this."
Some Senior Workers Struggle As They Try To File For Unemployment In IllinoisIt’s hard enough navigating the state’s unemployment process, but losing your job in the pandemic can be especially tough if you’re one of the most vulnerable people during this time – senior citizens.
Have Extra Supplies? Lombard Church Collecting Necessity Items To Give To Those In NeedWith growing coronavirus concerns, many have over purchased in the attempt to stock up on supplies.
Seniors More Likely To Work Longer In Big Metropolitan Areas"Those are the areas where all of the jobs are, really. The coastal areas recovered well from the recession, while other areas have not."
Seniors Becoming More Likely To Lose Life Savings To People They Trust, Officials SaySeniors are becoming a growing target of financial fraud, fleeced of their life savings and often victimized by somebody they know.
Seniors Given More Time To File For Tax Relief Due To Extreme ColdSeniors will have a little more time to file for tax relief due to last week's extreme cold.
Some Stay In Their Homes Despite Not Having HeatJune Bowman-Sims' furnace went out more than a week ago, but the 77-year-old retired nurse says she can't afford to repair it and refuses to leave her home.
Chicago Seniors Get A Special Thanksgiving Dinner"It means everything to me because my family doesn't live here."
Goat Yoga Is Nothing To Kid About"Actually, I could believe amount of joy that people got from just hanging out on the floor with goats."
Seniors Speak Out About Home Care Program Cuts Governor Rauner Wants To MakeSeniors and Democratic lawmakers are again raising their voices to fight cuts they say Governor Rauner wants to make in their home care program.