As midwinter approaches, the time for gathering with our families, for folklore, for storytelling, and for treasuring connections among generations and our past is definitely upon us.
I’ve never accepted an invitation to speak at an event abroad during my time with Shared Lives. The opportunity to learn something completely new is tempting, not to mention the chance of seeing another country, but usually the bill would fall upon Shared Lives Plus and the cost plus the time can seem hard to […]
I hope readers will excuse a slower news week here at ChangingAging.org as your editor is traveling in the exotic and frigid country of Finland. One of the European Union’s smallest countries, Finland has the strongest economy behind only Germany but it also has the most rapidly growing aging population in the EU, making aging one of the most pressing issues in this north Baltic country.