Renaissance magazine

Summer 2019

Our Last Issue • Taking Time to Care • Tech for Aging • Home Improvement Scams • and more

Spring 2019 Text-Only

Read Renaissance offline with this easy-to-print, text-only version.

Spring 2019

Tech Trends• Hidden Powers of Aging• Board Members Speak• The Switch to Flip• and more.

Winter 2018

Friendship• When I’m 64• That’s What Friends Are For• LGBT Elders – Meeting Their Needs• and more.

Fall 2018

A New Age for Old Age?• Staying Active• Prescription Drug Program• Radical Age• and more.

Summer 2018

Ideas and Ideals• Cyber Security• Life Conversations• Support Groups• and more.

Spring 2018

NJFA Celebrates 20 Years• Medicare Update• Cafe Connection• Life’s True Treasures• and more.

Winter 2017

Renaissance’s Great Hits. Best of Past Interviews with Extraordinary People • A Change of Heart • Holiday Traditions• The Value of Silence• and more.

Fall 2017

Fall, Time May Fall Back. You Keeping Moving Forward• Medicare Choices• Storm Preparedness• Downsizing VS Rightsizing• and more.

Summer 2017

A Good Read• Why Words Matter• Successful Recovery from Surgery • Taking Control of Diabetes• and more.

Spring 2017

Learning- The Spark that Never Dims with Age• NJ’s Unique History• Looking for Happiness• and more.

Winter 2016

Winter Wisdom• Pro Aging• Take a Walk on the Not So Wild Side• and more.

Fall 2016

Fall Pathways• Navigating Medicare Open Enrollment• Rediscover the Joy of Your Bicycle• and more.

Summer 2016

Summer Vacation• Control Your Diabetes• Senior Farm Market• and more.

Spring 2016

Spring Fever• Medicine Chest Challenge • Brucemania!• and more.

Winter 2015

Learning• Preventing Financial Abuse • Assistive Devices• and more.

Fall 2015

Explore Your Options• Medicare Open Enrollment • Senior Housing• and more.

Summer 2015

Summer Safety• Medicare Savings Programs • The Language of Aging• and more.

Spring 2015

Walking Safely• Smart Driving • Home Modification• and more.

Fall 2014

Laughter • Organization • Fitness • and more.

Summer 2014

Primary Care Innovations • Age vs. Ageism • Seniors and Problem Gambling • and more.

Spring 2014

Medicare and Hospitalization • Safeguarding Against Falls • Sexuality and Aging • and more.

Fall 2013

Yoga • Health and Long Term Care • Maintain a Healthy Brain • A Healthy Outlook • and more.

Summer 2013

Are Processed Foods That Bad? • A Man Who Speaks for Us All • Preventing Financial Abuse • and more.

Spring 2013

Veteran’s Benefits • Seasonal Affective Disorder • Throwing Things Aways • Brain Exercise • and more.

Winter 2012

Comfort Foods • Getting a Good Night’s Sleep • Pleasures of Empty Nesting • Senior Pets • and more.

Fall 2012

New Medicare Issues • Hearing: Out in the Open • Explore NJ Wine Country • and more.

Summer 2012

Support for Caregivers • Music Therapy for Health • Time to Move? • Play Some Pool! • and more.

Spring 2012

Volunteer Tax Help • How To Be a Guardian • Hoarding • Free Audio Books • and more.

Fall 2011

Crime Prevention Tips • Dating • Assistive Technology • Long Term Care Panning • and more.

Fall 2011

Change Someone’s Live • Change Your Holiday Focus • Change From Noise to Silence • and more.

Summer 2011

Transportation Options • Medicare Update • Property Tax Relief • Clear Your Clutter • and more.

Spring 2011

Diabetes: Are You At Risk? • Fitness and Mental Sharpness • Clever Cooking • and more.

Winter 2010

NJFA 2-Tear Report • Nutrition Assistance Programs • Beat Cell Phone Scams • and more.

Fall 2010

Senior Survival Kit • Geriatric Care Management • NJ Master Swimmers • Senior Housing Options • and more.

Spring 2010

Medicare Policy Updates • Retirement Planning Q&A • Roth IRAs • Smart Financial Habits • and more.

Winter 2009

The NJ Elder Index • Identity Theft Quiz •
Volunteer Tax Help • Creativity and Aging • and more.

Summer 2009 Special Supplement

Cash in Your Pocket • Global Options • It’s Not Your
Fault • and more.

Winter 2008

Special Report: Ten Years and Moving Forward •
Volunteerism • Comfort Food • and more.

Summer 2008

Preventing Falls • Still Smoking, At Your Age? • Easy Gardening • Medicaid Annuities • and more.

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