LeadingAge CEO Larry Minnix shared an inspiring blog about how far aging services have come and singled out leading programs to watch, including The Green House Project.
The winners of the 2012 LeadingAge Awards embody the LeadingAge promise, to “Inspire. Serve. Advocate.” As a pioneer of culture change, and innovative care for elders, Steve McAlilly is an extremely deserving recipient. The Green House Project joins Leading Age … Continue reading →
Audrey Weiner, president and CEO of Jewish Home Lifecare, offers her thoughts as she is affirmed as LeadingAge’s chair for 2012-2013. Audrey has a long history of progressive thinking, including adoption of the first Green House Project in New … Continue reading →
I’m going to be covering the 2011 LeadingAge annual meeting and global conference next week for ChangingAging.org and I’m looking forward to shooting some videos, catching up with our friends in the culture change community and hopefully meeting some new ones.
One of my recent manifestos on what ‘changing aging’ means inspired an interesting blog post at LeadingAge. LeadingAge is very interested in using its clout to influence how the caregiving industry views the concept of “wellness” in long term care. They have set out to create a new definition of “Wellness” that promotes the idea that older adults can remain fully engaged “in living throughout their lives — regardless of real or perceived barriers.”