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3 Questions to Ask Before Making an End-of-Year Charitable Donation

Here we are at the end of 2017, which means a lot of people are looking to make tax-deductible, charitable contributions to reduce their tax bills. If you're one of them, be sure to carefully research the organization you're considering. Check online resources such as GuideStar and Charity Navigator to start.

You should also ask a lot of questions before writing a check or clicking that "donate" button. Today, let’s review some of those.

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Deupree House June Events Calendar

Tuesday, June 3

7:30 PM - Wildlife in Ault Park

Just this past Tuesday we were excited to welcome local artist, Holly Schapker, and local photographer, Pat Osterhaus for a special presentation on how they are able to work together to create masterpieces. Both Holly and Pat enjoy Ault Park so much, they’ve incorporated the park into the art that they love.  If you attended Art in Ault last year, you know just how talented Holly is. It really was an amazing opportunity!

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Deupree House Residents Celebrate Earth Day with a Sense of Purpose

At Deupree House, we take a different approach to wellness than what you’ll find at most Cincinnati retirement communities. Too often, retirement care providers focus the majority of their attention on their residents’ immediate physical needs.

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Retirement Communities Aren’t Just for Seniors Who Need Care

In life, changes are inevitable. Some, like the birth of a grandchild, are wonderful. Others, however, can be tumultuous and, in the case of the death of a spouse, devastating. While we may not be able to plan for, or even fully recover from some of life’s greatest challenges, finding ways to live life well is one of the greatest tasks we can undertake— both for ourselves and the memory of our loved ones.

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Digital Education Expands the Boundaries of Senior Living

More and more seniors are staying connected to the world around them via the Internet. The digital generational divide is shrinking: older people are finding social media and e-mail a convenient and quick way to keep in touch with loved ones, family and friends. In fact, a 2012 study conducted by the non-profit Pew Research Center found that, for the first time, more than half of Americans over the age of 65 were using the Internet or e-mail with regularity.

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The Keys to Building an Interactive Senior Life

Being older doesn’t mean that you can’t learn to use a computer or navigate the Internet. According to the National Institutes of Health, senior living is getting more tech-savvy.

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