Welcome to the new ChangingAging.org weekly blog roundup for Sept. 10 to Sept. 17, 2010.
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How Real Care Works in the ER
Providing care that is optimized for older people doesn’t just happen by accident, it takes a huge amount of planning, training and perseverance. There are only a handful Senior Emergency Centers in the USA and Trinity Health Care operates nearly all of them. The great thing about learning to optimize care for older people is that everything that is good for them, winds up being good for younger people too. Consider the list here.
Cult of Adulthood
Doing Hard Time
People are, rightfully, distressed about the moral paradox that results from keeping very old men and women (many of whom are living with dementia and all of whom significantly disabled) in prison for crimes that were committed more than half a century ago.
Generations Divided: Survivor’s Ageist Stunt
Left is the cast from last night’s premier of “Survivor: Nicaragua”, the reality TV show credited with sparking a nauseating, yet addictive, reality-television revolution in the U.S.
THE GREEN HOUSE Project
Green Houses in Action
Want to watch Green Houses come to life in real time?
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