WEBSITE FOR SENIORS BY SENIORS
The place to join for Dating & Romance, Companionship,
Travel Buddies or Home Sharing
Yes, we admit that we are ALL over 50 …or maybe a bit more!
Being familiar with ‘on line dating’ through our younger clients and friends, we wondered what was being done for the 50+ crowd. …and we wondered whether our special needs were being addressed.
We realized that being single or separated, divorced or widowed or never married it may not be easy to get out there! So we put our wise (50+) heads together (Elaine, Bob, Aileen, Renee and Joe) to develop this website… and came up with the ideal sites for Seniors to address these different needs. Check us out!
We believe our group to be different. We are not a big slick business trying to make a bundle! Our group is sincerely interested in developing a flexible, friendly and helpful site where you can have a few laughs and find the type of relationships you are looking for at this stage of life. Enjoy!!!
Elaine Rodino, Ph.D a licensed psychologist, a fellow of the American Psychological Association, Pennsylvania Psychological Association and the Los Angeles Society of Clinical Psychologists, she is currently Past-President of Central Pennsylvania Psychological Association.
Dr. Rodino was President of Los Angeles County Psychological Association (LACPA) and received The Distinguished Service to LACPA Award in 2000. She was on the Board of Directors of the California Psychological Association (CPA) and was President of The Foundation of LACPA from 2003 – 2009.
Nationally, Dr. Rodino was president of the Divisions of Independent Practice and of Media Psychology of the American Psychological Association and received the Distinguished Lifetime Contribution to Media Psychology Award. Elaine has appeared on T.V., Radio and contributes to magazines, newspapers and on line health sites on issues regarding Couple’s Issues, Relationships, Sandwich Generation, Holiday Blues, and other “popular” topics. She has consulted on TV programs and for an ABC-TV special on Teen Suicide.
See more about Dr. Elaine Rodino at www.DrElaineRodino.com
Bob Rodino is Vice President in charge of Planning and Finance. His Ph.D. is in Urban Planning from UCLA, awarded in 2003, in a full-time daytime graduate program, when Bob was well into “seniorhood”. Bob is also President and founder of California Seniors Santa Barbara, LLC, developing housing for active seniors. Bob’s work and vigor proves how young we seniors really are.
Aileen R. Sirey, Ph.D. is a retired psychotherapist who practiced in New York City for over 30 years. She has taught both in high school and college. Early in her career she ran an HEW funded project and two successful consulting businesses in health services. Returning to school at mid-life, she received her doctorate with her interests related to the effects of culture and ethnicity on personality.
Her honors include: Distinguished Alumnae Award from Brooklyn College, NYS Health Department Distinguished Service Award, Role Model Award from CUNY Students, The NYC Mayor's Ethnic New Yorker Award, The Ellis Island Medal of Honor; and the Republic of Italy's Order of Merit where she holds the titles of Cavalieri and Commendatore.
Founder of the National Organization of Italian American Women in 1980 she served as the first President and Chairwoman for 32 years. Dr. Sirey's greatest delights are traditional: cooking (and eating) the successes of her family and she enjoys time with her granddaughters and her best friend and husband, Charles a retired Advertising Executive.
When Renee Taylor and Joe Bologna married in 1965, he was working as a director of documentaries and commercials and she was building a career as an actress. They wanted to do a play together, he to direct, she to star. After sitting through a particularly bad play one night, they decided that they could write at least as well as that. So, they began to collaborate as writers. Three years and many drafts later, Lovers And Other Strangers opened on Broadway with Hal Prince as their first investor. They then collaborated on the screen version, which earned them an Oscar nomination and critical acclaim. In 1971, the duo co-wrote and co-starred in the original feature film, Made for Each Other. It was re-released in 1985 and has developed a tremendous cult following. Bologna and Taylor received an Emmy Award for co-writing the television special Acts of Love and Other Comedies. They wrote and co-starred in the television special, Bedrooms, for which they received a Writers Guild Of America Award. They also created the television series Calucci's Department on CBS. Additionally they co-wrote, co-directed and co-starred in the feature film It Had to be You, based on another of their Broadway plays. They shared the same duties in their original feature film, Love is All There Is, which featured Angelina Jolie in her first starring role. They have co-written and co-starred in two other Broadway plays, Bermuda Avenue Triangle and the semi-autobiographical, If you ever leave me, I'm going with you. Also in publication is Love Always, a compilation of their short plays that have been performed around the world.
As an actor, Mr. Bologna also has had leading roles in myriad major other major motion pictures, such as: My Favorite Year, Blame It On Rio, The Woman In Red, Chapter Two, Honor Thy Father, The Big Bus, Cops and Robbers; and, as Adam Sandler's father in Big Daddy.
Miss Taylor also has appeared in many other feature films, including: The Last Of The Red Hot Lovers, The Detective, White Palace and Alfie. However, she is most recognized for her role as Sylvia Fine, Fran Drescher's mother on the TV comedy series, The Nanny.
Along with their other efforts, Miss Taylor and Mr. Bologna have produced one son, one grandson, many dogs and cats; and one very loud, bossy bird.
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