Living Longer, Living Better
In the video below, George Rosch talks about how a catastrophic accident led to a new understanding of his purpose in life.
George is now a greeter in a nursing home in New Hope, Minnesota. Because of his experience, he can relate to people who walk in the door. Some people need a little guidance and inspiration to lift their spirits up.
Being here, I found my purpose in life." – Volunteer George Rosch
Haven for homeless
A few small huts are changing lives in a big way at a retirement community in Eugene, Oregon.
Lisa Alden is a super hero in the eyes of residents and employees at the Good Samaritan Society location in Canton, South Dakota. Watch the video above to see her at work.
Serving up friendship
The diner in her retirement village was short a waitress, so Willa Wininger stepped in. Watch the video below to see her and other volunteers in action.
Willa and her friends (ages 65–90) have some advice for staying active after retirement.