The other day the Minneapolis Star Tribune did a story on the job of nursing assistants. Nursing assistants are on the frontline of care and to be great, they have to be absolutely fabulous in delivering customer service.
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Newsweek columnist George Will calls it DD-Day, the day the Demographic Deluge begins. That is January 1, 2008, when the first of 78 million baby boomers reach 62, the age at which a majority of Social Security receipients begin to...
\We want to invent the future, otherwise we know what it’s going to be.'Great quote from Joseph Coughlin, Ph.D., and head of MIT’s AgeLab.
The Office of Long-Term Care. It’s no longer called that in the The State of Pennsylvania. They’ve changed the name to the Office of Long-Term Living. How words can change the pictures in your head …
Walking is a great exercise and so beneficial for successful aging. How walkable is your neighborhood or the one you’re considering living in? Find out at walkscore.com.Pretty cool tool.
A lot of organizations are working on internal change to deal with the unprecedented external change that’s coming with the age wave. Below is a recent interview with Ecumen CEO Kathryn Roberts about that subject.
\I’m a revolutionary.' Those are the words Jeff Petty, CEO of Wesley Enhanced Living in Philadelphia opened up Wesley’s Aging Revolution Conference in Philly.
We get a lot of calls from people wanting to develop senior housing.
If you get a second, read the large article that was in this Sunday’s New York Times, about the surge in private equity...