May 2018

posted 05.08.2018
By John Dyben Gail wanted three things. She wanted to be healthy enough to play tennis again, to be whole enough to feel at peace and to be sober enough to be allowed to drive her grandchildren to the mall for ice cream. Born in 1953, Gail had been a responsible person all of her life. She was an…
posted 05.08.2018
The In Focus Section of the May–June 2018 issue of Aging Today explores what tops the aging advocacy agenda. According to author and USC gerontologist Kathleen Wilber, it should be family caregiving, elder abuse and isolation. What works best for advocates in aging? Collaborating with the younger…