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posted 09.17.2018
Aging Today recently caught up with four dedicated ASA leaders to chat with them about the CAPs genesis and mission. Read More
posted 09.17.2018
By addressing the prior history of body intrusions, we hope to ‘roll back’ the symptoms of this disease. Read More
posted 09.12.2018
Many have begun to speculate about voter participation in the November 2018 races and 2020 presidential election, especially among older and minority communities affected by dissolute policies. Read More
posted 09.10.2018
The use of certain prescribed or over-the-counter medications known as anticholinergics are associated with adverse cognitive effects and have recently been considered a modifiable risk factor for ADRD. Read More
posted 09.06.2018
Researchers at the University of California conducted an evaluation of Cal MediConnect which included focus groups with dually eligible beneficiaries, surveys with beneficiaries and key informant interviews with policy makers, health plans, providers and advocates. This article outlines the... Read More
posted 09.04.2018
The September–October In Focus section of Aging Today tackles the older voter—how they voted in 2016, and what’s to be expected in 2018 and beyond. Read More
posted 08.29.2018
Community-based organizations (CBO) focused on the care of older adults and that invest in a technology strategy will be better able to deliver the best digital tools and services to their clients. Read More
posted 08.29.2018
From the vantage point of such hard-fought success, Benton Wolfe works to bolster other CBOs, to help instill in them a sense of pride for what they have accomplished and to challenge them to do more. Read More
posted 08.20.2018
U.S. Census Bureau statistics show that 11 million people, or 28 percent of those ages 65 and older, live alone. Read More
posted 07.30.2018
Why do employers retain black workers when labor markets are tight, only to lay them off when downturns hit? Read More

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