posted Mon, 2018-11-19 14:24
The increase in older prisoners is attributed to longer sentences, increases in time served and growth in admissions of older offenders.
posted Thu, 2018-11-15 16:19
Judson Senior Living in Cleveland, Ohio, and Collington, a CCRC outside of Washington, D.C., are just two adult residential communities offering a limited number of nearby college and university students free room and board in exchange for engaging with older residents, and, in some cases, acting as
posted Thu, 2018-10-25 16:36
A new, global social contract; compassionate release for older prisoners; Grannies fight family separations; intergenerational co-housing; and reflections on a balanced life.
posted Wed, 2018-10-24 16:27
Half of Americans turning age 65 today will at some point need a high level of help with daily activities like walking, eating and bathing. What happens when older adults need more support than loved ones can provide?
Will Our Shifting Political Landscape Mean More Competition Between Races and Ages—Or Collaboration?
posted Mon, 2018-10-01 15:06
How might the coming nexus of aging and diversity affect entitlement programs, the social safety net and geopolitical priorities? Will it give us intergenerational and interethnic tensions, or lead to new coalitions based on need rather than age, income and race?
posted Thu, 2018-09-20 17:35
Following the Sandy Hook shooting, a grassroots organization, Grandmothers Against Gun Violence, was founded in 2013 in Kansas/Missouri. Since then, chapters have arisen in states including Washington, Florida and Texas
posted Mon, 2018-09-17 22:21
Aging Today recently caught up with four dedicated ASA leaders to chat with them about the CAPs genesis and mission.
posted Wed, 2018-09-12 15:46
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.
posted Mon, 2018-09-10 19:03
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.
posted Thu, 2018-09-06 13:42
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 evaluati