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Living well has no age limit

Submitted by on February 14, 2011 – No Comment

Do you know that senior adults aged 60 and older are the fastest-growing age group in the United States? The Salvation Army does.

Presenting the “Living well has no age limit” accountability sheet, our third in a series of eight.

Click the title below to be connected to the page on Scribd and from there you can download and print the sheet.

Living Well Has no Age Limit

Each sheet can be used “as is” on your website, linked to from your Facebook or Twitter feed, or even printed out distributed the old school way!

I’ll post a new accountability sheet every Monday for the next few weeks to this blog space. Each sheet will also become its own page under the heading “accountability” in the navigation bar above.

:: Click here for a link to the “accountability” page on this blog.

If you have any questions, comments or ideas about how to use these sheets, please let me know!

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