According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 400 people die every year in the U.S. from heat exhaustion or heat stroke.
For an older person, going back to school is another way they can keep their voice and stay independent, and caregivers want to help make sure they can reinvent their retirement and live the way they want to.
Many service-based organizations start running their events and they are always looking for help.
For those with lung disease, the American Lung Association now has a tool so people can know about the danger of the air quality before they go outside.
While the debate about immunizations continues, at least one expert says the elderly and chronically ill are not as necessarily at a greater risk for problems from them.