Day: January 16, 2024

Celebrating Family, Aging, and Life’s Journey

Our editorial board had a heartfelt exploration into the world of family, aging, and the experiences that shape our lives. In this issue, we look for profound stories which celebrate success and share an aged diversity of needs filled by local businesses. Dunn’s Attic, a place where craftsmanship, quality, and tradition converge. Anyone who has […]Read More

Harnessing Technology for an Active Aging Experience

The Best Tech Tools to Help Seniors Age in Place In one recent study of 1,000 respondents aged 55 or older, 89% of participants said they wanted to age in place at home versus seeking traditional senior living homes. Yet, the same Today’s Homeowner study shows that only about 34% are confident they can afford […]Read More

Parenting Together: The Benefits of Supportive Services

As a first-time parent to a one-year-old, I can personally attest to the endless questions that come with raising a baby. And depending on who you ask or what website you reference, you’re bound to get conflicting information, especially now with the countless amounts of information and “must-have” products on the market. While this is […]Read More

Companies Providing Compassionate Care Across Ages

How two companies care for the area’s most precious populations Every time a child comes to Kids Cabana Learning Center, it’s as if a new family member has joined. “We are family,” says Michelle Bondi, founder of Kids Cabana Learning Center in the Daytona area. She counts herself lucky in an economy rife with employee […]Read More

Daytona Beach Among Cities Vying to Land Florida Museum of

If the number of cities competing to be the home of the Florida Museum of Black History is an indication, the cultural landmark will be one of the state’s most popular destinations. More than a dozen communities from across the Sunshine State – including St. Augustine and Daytona Beach – made presentations to the Florida […]Read More