This TED Talk is one of the best I’ve ever seen. You can’t watch it and not be totally transformed by the message — in particular if you are a man.
If McKnight’s Long Term Care News thinks The Green House Project is the Apple of aging services, let me introduce you to the “Steve Wosniak” of the Green House.
My recent blog post Call For Thought Leaders: Who is Changing Aging? generated an amazing response and introduced me to an innovative new company called Lively.
Contrary to long held beliefs that exercise can help slow the aging of muscles, new genetic research out of the UK finds that link “implausible”.
I need some help from ChangingAging readers to put together a list of the most dynamic, leading-edge thought leaders across the spectrum of aging services.
On March 7 RLTV will broadcast a special report on the changing nature of retirement in the US, in particular the impact of the current economic climate on retirees.
Because the needs of elders differ from the needs of younger patients, hospitals should make changes to create an emergency department geared to the needs of seniors.
When patients over age 65 come into the emergency department at St. Mary Mercy Livonia Hospital they are triaged to a 14-bed dedicated senior emergency department.
Ronni Bennett is a tireless advocate encouraging elders to enjoy the social and psychological benefits of thinking deep, writing and connecting to others via blogging.
I was very disappointed yesterday to see one of my all time favorite journalists Tweet an incredibly ageist viral video:
Nothing we do will make a shred of difference until the people living in long term care take responsibility for finding purpose in their own lives, says Martin Bayne.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released results from a pilot study showing that Green House project homes save Medicare $1,300 to $2,300 per home resident annually.
I enjoy reporting on issues related to aging and elderhood but sometimes feel insecure about voicing an opinion on a stage of life I haven’t actually experienced.
I haven’t seen the new film Amour by director Michael Haneke but reviewers are calling it one of the most masterful films about aging, mortality and “amour.”
I am writing because I read your recent ChangingAging blog post about Oprah Winfrey, and I have to say I believe you are being too hard on her.
If you depend on the mass media and fashion magazines to define human beauty you will be exposed to an impoverished and monolithic viewpoint: beauty = youth.
ChangingAging reader Sandy Dole says she would rather been seen as a person than a label, in response to Bill’s post on why he no longer uses the word “elderly”:
This week I received a guestblog submission from a wonderful ChangingAging reader who is writing a book on graceful aging and submitted a post listing her Top 15 Books on
If you receive ChangingAging blog updates via email every day, this post is to alert you that we’ll be switching over to a new format. As of this afternoon all daily subscribers will begin receiving a daily blog roundup via email. For new subscribers, click here to sign up:
This week ChangingAging debuted an updated homepage and we will begin launching — with your help — some major new features designed to put you and your stories at the c