Retire To Something, Not From Something: Healthier Retirement Through Volunteering

According to a recent UnitedHealthcare survey, many retirees find this time in their life as a new beginning and they attribute that to volunteer work.  It’s this change in how retirement is viewed that helps seniors utilize their skills, or learn new ones, while helping the community.


In addition, while volunteering, connections can be made with other older adults, creating a new support group.  Read more to find out how you too can retire to something, not from something.

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