Can't help but be struck by this contrast:
It's been interesting - and sad - to watch how some people in one Twin Cities neighborhood are reacting to the possibility of having seniors with Alzheimer's living near them.
What kinds of communities and neighborhoods do we want as we age?
There are not many people who more than a million people know by just their first name. Sid is one of those rare folks.
Some people age gracefully, some with panache. For many it's a bit rocky, or even painful, journey. It's not easy getting old, we've heard time and again. Sometimes it just takes stick-to-it-ness to finish the race. Literally.
Do you have $200,000 saved?
Do you have $260,000 saved?
Do you have $570,000 saved?
One of the things fascinating about our profession is the evolution.
The University of Minnesota's School of Nursing is seeking Twin Cities volunteers with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease to participate in a study on the the impact of aerobic exercise on people with Alzheimer's.