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NESCO Executive Director, Jim Krueger

End of year thanks The last of the leaves have fallen, trick-or-treaters have scurried about in the dark, and it’s now time to turn our energies to the last holidays of the...
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NESCO Executive Director, Jim Krueger

Stepping up for our older adults This winter NESCO started two new initiatives for the older adults we serve; and thanks to you, our Northside neighbors, both were very successful. On Thanksgiving Day...
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NESCO Executive Director, Jim Krueger

A 70 year old can change their ways I recently read a blog on “ChangingAging” by Jeanette Leardi entitled “Age and the Potential to Change,” expressing frustration about our society’s perception...
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NESCO Executive Director, Jim Krueger

What to do about transportation costs? In April the United Way of Dane County held an event to unveil their new agenda for change for seniors. When asked what the obstacles...
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NESCO Executive Director, Jim Krueger

AppleFest — A family fun event On Saturday, Sept. 23, NESCO will hold our annual AppleFest from 9:30 am‒3:30 pm at the Warner Park Community Recreation Center. The event has become a...
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NESCO Executive Director, Jim Krueger

NESCO’s annual Summer Concert Series will be held Monday evenings beginning June 12 at the Warner Park Rainbow Shelter from 6‒7:30 pm. People of all ages are invited to gather to...
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Is Medicare coverage headed a “Better Way?”

Wisconsin Senator Paul Ryan has proposed a “Better Way” health care plan to gradually replace Medicare with a “premium support” or voucher plan. His plan would transform the Medicare benefit into...
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Winter tips for senior adults, family members, neighbors

The winter cold, snow and ice are difficult for senior adults. Here are a few tips to help keep them safe this winter. Avoid falls. Wear appropriate shoes outdoors. Salt or...
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More than just a senior meal

At 9:30 am every Tuesday, a small bus arrives at NESCO to drop off the first group of older adults coming for a daily meal. Six adults, three using walkers, make...

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