The New York Times is doing some of the best, freshest writing on aging. In a column today, physician Dr. Marc E. Agronin explores how often we make the wrong assumptions about old age. He share a story of an older woman in a nursing home.
Recently, I witnessed the one-woman performance, Tales from a Trunk: Shakespearience, the brain-child of Marysue Moses, Memory Care Coordinator at St. Therese Southwest.
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If you're going to be at the AAHSA Future of Aging Services Conference and Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C., this Wednesday, please join Ecumen at the 12:30 to 2 p.m.
Why should Arizona or Florida be the meccas for enjoying one's senior years?
Lori Orlov at Aging in Place Technology Watch has an interesting post on the lack of "innovation" in PERS devices or Personal Emergency Response Systems (known by many as t