Twitter | Search | |
This is the legacy version of twitter.com. We will be shutting it down on 15 December 2020. Please switch to a supported browser or device. You can see a list of supported browsers in our Help Center.
Search Refresh
Omar Stanton Nov 25
That’s a wrap on the 3rd annual ! Thank you to , and the many partners who helped make this year’s virtual event such a success. A huge congratulations to the winners of the Challenge and $36K in project fun…
Reply Retweet Like
Juanita C. Grant Foundation Nov 25
We are proud of our Village Connector Experience program and how it is helping to fight and of Two organizations team up to help lonely seniors - | Chattanooga News, Weather & Sports
Reply Retweet Like
Mariah Robertson MD MPH Nov 21
Loved talking about & learning about & w/ & during the 16th Annual Pythias A. & Virginia I. Jones African American Community Forum on Memory Loss
Reply Retweet Like
Kara Cohen (she/her) Nov 21
Register for this free event to learn about fighting among older adults. How can we all strive for healthy aging in a pandemic and once we get through this?
Reply Retweet Like
Omar Stanton Nov 20
RT : While the judges determine the challenge winner from and , the audience also is determining its fan favorite
Reply Retweet Like
TILLY ROBINSON-MILES 🌻 13h
's (part of ) 3rd Call to Action recognises the importance of communities We know opportunities to socially engage through food are vital if we are to prevent & in older age which is why community investment is vital.
Reply Retweet Like
Sherlock Communications Nov 24
has prompted consumers to seek out new ways to stay entertained. In Peru, 83% of interviewed consumers have purchased at least one video-on-demand service. The figures in other Latin American countries are not far behind. Learn more:
Reply Retweet Like
danilobzdok Nov 25
Talk starting in 60 minutes (10 am EST / NY time): Social isolation and the brain
Reply Retweet Like
Edinburgh Remakery 16h
As part of the collaborative project we are gifting laptops to local organisations with beneficiaries who are suffering & , to ensure they can access vital online services & keep in touch with loved ones during this difficult time.
Reply Retweet Like
tracey Nov 24
I like hot apple cider spiked with rum in case anyone needs to know.
Reply Retweet Like
Tressa Burke Nov 22
Replying to @tressaburke
- employment a priority and so too is adequacy of Use our skills and expertise and remember to address and Address dynamics Ensure with support/resources and
Reply Retweet Like
UnforgettableExperiences Nov 19
Millions of people, young and old, are facing & . has highlighted how even have been so isolated during the . Remember to be kind to your loved ones show them you even if it’s just a phone call or a hand-written letter.
Reply Retweet Like
UnforgettableExperiences Nov 21
Loneliness & are widespread issues in the US, where more than a third of adults 45 and above feel lonely and nearly a quarter of those 65 and older are . What have you planned for your loved ones over the winter break?
Reply Retweet Like
Alexis Travis Nov 20
Feeling thankful for our amazing partners in MI tackling in the .
Reply Retweet Like
Jackie Siminitus Nov 23
is a disaster for people with Alzheimer's and other dementias. Shelter-in-place safety restrictions takes a great toll on these people. stories are worth listening to in order to better understand the tragedy.
Reply Retweet Like
DiKronikLady Nov 19
Replying to @P_J_Kopp
We are isolating to protect the weak. But I think that at present the impact of has surpassed the cost of letting run its course.
Reply Retweet Like
BEEE Creative Nov 19
Dance artist for BEEE Creative, Laura Chiabolotti, would like to say a big Players 🤞 Funding via has enabled us to provide intergenerational dance projects that tackle & within our local community.
Reply Retweet Like
Embodied Labs Nov 18
"A survey of 365 people living inside nursing facilities nationwide found that most no longer leave their rooms to socialize." Our new Frank Lab will address and for , learn more at: info@embodiedlabs.com
Reply Retweet Like
E.E. Thorgaard Nov 22
Understanding how our students are (or are not) developing social-emotional skills right now in times of is extremely important across ages - but measuring it with a survey / test will be near impossible. How can we help teachers and school systems measure this?
Reply Retweet Like
Marni Amsellem, Ph.D. Nov 22
Early in the pandemic, each day I created Daily Action messages, when there was clearly a need. This evolved into a set of greeting cards to both raise $ for recovery (and combat ). Still available, still relevant. @writereflect
Reply Retweet Like