Stitch members Mary W, Laura and Daryl share their tips for organizing and hosting inviting, welcoming, and well-attended Stitch Events.
Along with being socially active, it’s important we stay physically active as we get older, to ensure we give ourselves the best chance of preventing both physical and mental illnesses. Plus, being active will allow us to lead independent lives for as long as possible. In this blog post, we explore six ways to stay
While it’s an easy decision for some, deciding when and whether to retire can be a daunting decision for others, so we’ve written this article as a general guide to help you get started.
Looking after our mental health as we age is crucial if we want to maintain our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. This blog post explores ten ways to maintain and improve our mental health.
this Stitch Member Spotlight, we feature Marcia from Dallas, who shares her inspiring journey of battling chronic pain and how forming social connections has positively contributed to her healing.
Stitch member Dyane from Fort Collins, Colorado, shares her Stitch journey with us.
Stitch members Cheri from Texas and Michael (Mike) from Oklahoma had no intention of dating or finding love when they joined Stitch. However, life had other plans.
Stitch community members are an impressive lot. Some have contacted radio stations to raise awareness about Stitch to thousands of listeners. Others have pinned Stitch flyers to notice boards around their local communities. Others have contacted journalists and editors, managing to get Stitch published in their local newspapers. Like I said, an impressive lot. Gina