Best Bicycles For Seniors with Price an Details Below:
1. Schwinn Discover Hybrid Bicycle, 700c/28 inch wheel size, women’s size
2. Raleigh Detour 2 Step Thru Comfort Bike
3. Kent Northwoods Springdale Women’s Hybrid Bicycle, White
4. Diamondback Bicycles Women’s Serene Classic Frame Comfort Bike
5. Retrospec Venus Dutch Step-Thru City Comfort Hybrid Bike
6. Schwinn Gammon Men’s 18 Cruiser Bicycle, 18-Inch/Medium, Black
7. Critical Cycles Parker Step-Thru City Bike with Coaster Brake
8. Raleigh Bikes Venture Thru Comfort Bike
9. sixthreezero Body Ease Women’s Comfort Bicycle with Rear Rack

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At the beginning of the year, college seniors were preparing to enter the strongest job market in decades. Now, as more than 25 million people have filed for unemployment, they face a newly competitive search. Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

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Sixty percent of all seniors are currently connected online yet they still struggle with their mobile devices. Isabella Martinez, founder of Net4Seniors, describes a 5-step method to help seniors cross the digital divide.

A junior at Western Center Academy, a STEM focused high school, Isabella Martinez is the founder of Net4Seniors, a youth led non-profit organization where teens provide internet, social media, and smart device training to help senior citizens connect to their friends, families and the world. Isabella has received awards from Google, Disney, the Teen Entrepreneur Academy and has been featured on TV, internet radio and newspaper. She is a member of USC’s Youth Think Tank, the Hispanic National Bar Foundation and Whatever It Takes, a social entrepreneur program for teens. She loves volleyball, water polo, scuba diving and has a deep passion for making the world a better place through public speaking.

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The average American over the age of 65 will need roughly three years of long-term care, on average, according to government estimates. To get that care in a nursing home costs about $72,000 per year. But from D.C. to Massachusetts, Minnesota to California, Americans are devising innovative plans to help more people save money and stay in their homes longer. Here are a few examples.

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Grocery stores are adopting ‘elderly only’ hours to help seniors stock up safely during the coronavirus crisis.
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Australian grocery chain Woolworths, announced it would be opening their doors an hour early to exclusively let elderly and disabled folks shop more safely. Despite efforts, older shoppers still faced long lines and shortages even during the hour allocated for senior customers.

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