The ChangingAging Blogstream is excited to welcome it’s newest member and Blogstream contributor, Sunrise Communities, Inc., a Miami-based nonprofit serving the needs of people with developmental disabilities from Florida to Connecticut. By embracing the use of social media and launching a new blog, Sunrise hopes to provide increased community engagement for self-advocates and activists and provide accurate, best-practice information on developmental and acquired disabilities.
In a first for THE GREEN HOUSE ® Project (at least that we know of), resident research contributes to the adoption of The Green House model: [Excerpts from The Thursday Flyer, a weekly newsletter of the residents of John Knox … Continue reading →
This will not end well. The state Department of Elder Affairs also has notified Florida’s 400 mostly volunteer ombudsmen, instructing them not to speak to the media without alerting a district manager about the conversation and detailing the questions asked. “My biggest concern is that we can still speak for residents, still do yearly assessments […]
— Life for 13 million older adults is with under $22,000 per year. [GracefulAging] This compelling film produced by the National Council on Aging paints a serious portrait of fragile economic lives in older age. NCOA has begun the One Away campaign to raise awareness on the plight of seniors in fragile economic condition. We’d add that unless […]