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Older adults deserve recognition every day of the year. Not only are they a wealth of knowledge and experience, but they often help blaze a trail for the younger generations that came after them. While they are always held in high esteem, Aug. 21 is recognized as National Senior Citizens Day and gives everyone around the country the chance to celebrate the vital role America's 65-and-older citizens play in the national community.
There are few greater causes for celebration than the arrival of the Fourth of July. As America's birthday, it's one of the few holidays that are unique only to the U.S. and it's the perfect opportunity to spend time with friends and family, enjoying the summer weather, food and fireworks. Celebrating Independence Day may not always be easy for older adults living in retirement communities who have limited mobility and might not be able to head out to the local parade or fireworks display. However, family caregivers can take the right steps to bring the holiday to their loved ones and honor the country's independence in style.