United, the Post War Generation can prove ourselves a great generation, not just a great big generation.
The negotiations in Washington over raising the federal debt limit are going down to the wire this month with potentially drastic budget cuts to programs that protect and serve older adults on the negotiation table.
Leaders in aging community services will travel to Washington July 18-20 for The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) 36th Annual National Conference to discuss how the proposed budget cuts will impact our nation’s exploding aging population.
Social insurance programs help people live more comfortably because they spread risk across the entire population of a nation. They make people and nations more safe and secure. Here’s how.Secondary SidebarDr. Bill Thomas Presents: Dr. Thomas’ Age of Disruption Tour visits 30 cities in 2016 to introduce audiences to a new and highly disruptive understanding […]
First, I think I need to offer a disclosure. For thirty years I was a faithful, daily, cover-to-cover reader of the New York Times. I doubt the paper ever had a more loyal customer. About three years ago I began to notice that the paper was shot through with bias for the powerful and against […]