Some retirement living seniors may turn to the internet to find resources on aging and medical issues. However, hundreds of seniors in New Jersey rely on an annual expo for this kind of information.
According to PressofAtlanticCity.com, The Little Egg Harbor Township's Senior Citizen Informational Expo, now in its fifth year, is going as strong as ever.
The most recent event, which took place this week at the local community center, had more than 750 attendees.
"The support from the community and the vendors has been terrific. This year we even had to turn some vendors away because we didn't have enough room for everyone," Deputy Mayor Arthur Midgley, who started the expo, told the news source.
Attendees seek information on a wide variety of topics, such as banking, preventative healthcare and tax credits.
"I've never heard of a single negative thing come out of this," Ken Miller, vice president of the Cranberry Creek Homeowners Association, told the news source.
Retirement living seniors have other means for understanding how to live life to the fullest during their golden years. Individuals should do research on the internet to discover websites geared towards the elder demographic.