The Healthy Aging Conference returned to Williamsburg Thursday for the 22nd year of tips and tricks on growing older gracefully.
The event featured an array of speakers and topics, drawing an audience of 200 to King of Glory Lutheran Church and School.
“It makes them think about living longer,” said York County event coordinator Minnie Sippio. “People are living longer these days, and I think it’s because of the education related to health.”
Jeff and Catherine Fratter with Senior Medicare Patrol discussed the prevalence of Medicare fraud and ways to prevent it. They offered tips such as treating your Medicare card with the same care as your Social Security card,...