Is It March Already?

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Dear OurSeniors Vendors, Readers, Subscribers, and Donors,

Can you believe that it’s already March? It seems like 2023 just started yet we’re already almost in spring. With spring in Florida, comes a variety of things to do, events to participate in, campaigns to support, and places to visit. As you prepare for the upcoming season, you should also know what the month of March represents. From National Disabilities Month to Kidney month, there are multiple health and wellness awareness events that might just give you more insight into some of the most important health focuses of the month.

March Is a Month of Multiple National Health Observances 

You might associate March with the onset of spring but it represents so much more. March is an important month for raising awareness and it’s known as;

  • National Nutrition Month
  • National Women’s History Month
  • National Kidney Month
  • March for Meals (a national program and campaign specifically for seniors)
  • National Cognitive Rehabilitation Awareness Month
  • National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Each of these initiatives seeks to improve the well-being of those affected by it and to spread awareness to the public so it’s important to find ways to get involved if you can. Donate to relevant charities, volunteer in your community, spread the word on social media, attend local events, and wear awareness-associated ribbons or other visible symbols of awareness for these important causes. 

Together, we can make a positive change in the lives of those affected by these important awareness days, extend best practices for prevention when needed and even provide support for someone that may be suffering from a related condition or knows someone that is or has.

We Take Pride in Being the Most Trusted 

Did you know that is now among the most-read and trusted publications in central Florida? We have always strived to be a relatable publication that produces useful and interesting content for our readers and usable assistance for OurSeniors. Since 2016, we have taken pride in doing just that and with us being publicly known as being one of the most trusted resources for seniors and all that subscribe to our work, it makes us even more proud. 

OurSeniors focuses on creating engaging and informative articles for our readership from topics that cover health and wellness, retirement, and finance to entertainment and featured stories about seniors in our community. We don’t just stop there, we actively seek opportunities to help our communities and the seniors that live in our communities and one way that we do this is by connecting with like-minded people and individuals to help us better our mission. 

We strive for integrity and dedication to seniors and anyone that joins our team, supports our goals, or helps to coordinate our efforts has that in common with us. This is why we’re excited to introduce you to our newest vendors.

We Would Like to Introduce You to Our New Vendors

We would like to welcome Volusia Memorial Funeral Home & Park – 386-703-3673, Volusia Memorial-Port Orange – 386-854-3799 and Craig Flagler Palms Funeral Home – 386-854-3565 to the OurSeniors family. It’s important that businesses, non-profits, and individuals of a community come together because that’s when real change is noticed. Volusia Memorial operates out of Ormond Beach, Port Orange, and surrounding areas of North Daytona Beach and have been serving their areas for years. They help families to create beautiful, meaningful, and unique memorials for their loved ones and always strive to create warm and personal experiences for those that use their services.


It’s businesses like this and a team like there’s that make people feel heard and seen when they need it most and we’re honored to have them as one of our verified vendors.

As always, we want to extend to you a thank you, for supporting us in everything that we do and for supporting the seniors that drive our cause and our efforts.

Julian G. Cantillo, L.P.N, President and Founder of Magazine

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