It’s Older Americans Month and Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is recognizing outstanding contributions made by older Marylanders and people and groups who serve them with the 2011 Governor’s Leadership in Aging Awards, including ChangingAging’s Dr. Bill Thomas.
I eagerly await Parts 2 and 3 of the Abolishing the Old Age Asylum series from Bill Thomas. There’s a laundry list of reasons why the culture change movement has engaged only about 10% of all nursing homes in a … Continue reading →
So who is the Blogstream for? The short answer is everyone. All comers are welcome and we hope everyone is interested in our message to change aging.
But still, who is the Blogstream really for… we really hope anyone with a pro-aging vision and a passion for changing aging will either sign-up for a ChangingAging Blog or submit their existing blog feed to the Blogstream.
The funny thing about music is that one note follows another. That note might go up, it might go down, it might stay the same but basically— one note after another. Simple things are, I think, the most difficult to master. I remember the years I was studying Organic Chemistry and Calculus. These subjects […]
People have been selling fake medical miracles for a long time. This 1950’s PSA warned elders about some of the most common scams of the time. If X-Rays are good, shouldn’t Z-Rays be better? I would say that the main difference between the scams being mocked in the PSA and the scams we see today […]
The Economist’s Daily Chart wonders why Western leaders are getting younger even as their populations age: THE developed world is getting older. But oddly enough, its leaders are getting younger. The chart shows the average age of the leaders of four Western countries (America, Britain, France and Germany) since 1950. In the 1950s, voters were […]
I’m on the road again!!
It is my GREAT pleasure to be able to announce an upcoming Eden at Home Certified Trainer workshop.
Please join us for three days of learning and sharing and fun…
Don’t miss the opportunity to change the culture of care for Elders and care partners in your organization, faith community, community at large, your agency, and your world!
It CAN be different… Please be sure to join us!
I just landed in Little Rock, Arkansas, where I’ll be giving a 2-day seminar on the experiential approach to dementia–Day 1 as an intensive workshop for 350 care professionals and Day 2 as a deeper, train-the-trainer look into the model. … Continue reading →