The Ohio Development Services Agency awarded $5.5 million in grants to organizations throughout the state to help low-income Ohioans complete home repairs and provide homebuyer counseling. Among those organizations, the Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio was awarded a whopping $224,500. The organization provides services which allow aging adults to live their most independent and fulfilled lives.
People’s opinions are generally polarized over social media. Some tout the benefits while others argue that the negatives outweigh the positives.
While looking good and feeling good are often different goals, we think it’s easiest achieve them in tandem. Want to take some positive steps forward? We asked the local professionals for their opinions on making changes that stick.
As the summer winds down, thoughts turn back to the classroom; but it’s not just children who are going back to school. Adults of all ages have a variety of options to continue learning.