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    Posted 04.05.2019
    The Living History Project developed out of an urgency to capture and video record the stories of our oldest generation, those who have seen the greatest changes in our lifetime, including WWII Veterans and Holocaust Survivors. Read More
    Posted 04.05.2019
    An Age-Friendly Festival can create a broader, community-wide vision of what age-friendly is all about, and how it affects all age groups. Read More
    Posted 04.05.2019
    In an upcoming Aging in America session, leaders from Atlanta’s Area Agency on Aging will share how they embraced change to showcase their unique and valuable role in the market. Read More
    Posted 04.04.2019
    Increasingly, first responders such as law enforcement, EMTs and paramedics, and firefighters are encountering people living with dementia in the course of their work and need sound strategies for keeping the person with dementia and the rest of the community safe. Read More
    Posted 04.04.2019
    In 2018, caring for people with dementia was estimated to cost the health and long-term care systems $277 billion, making it the most costly disease in America. Read More
    Posted 04.02.2019
    We believe the Boomer Summit is an important part of this ecosystem and provides an opportunity for conference attendees to earn a mini-MBA in the longevity economy. Read More
    Posted 04.01.2019
    Our session at the American Society on Aging entitled, Complementing, Not Competing: Local Services Working Together to Foster Communities of Care focuses on how community-based organizations can collaborate, share best practices and promote each other to help those in our communities find and… Read More
    Posted 04.01.2019
    If you’re interested in the law and policy horizons for LGBT Elders, especially in the wake of the Masterpiece Cake Supreme Court decision, Aaron Tax (SAGE) and Murray Scheel (Whitman-Walker) have a panel session for you!   Read More
    Posted 04.01.2019
    We have often heard from aging network providers who have some LGBT inclusion efforts in place, “How do we work with the heterosexual and cisgender peers of our LGBT older adults”? Read More
    Posted 04.01.2019
    According to a 2010 Pew Research Study, almost 20% of baby boomers do not have children. When you add to that the increasing number of people who are or will live alone as they age, you arrive at a very large number of people who will be at risk for loneliness and isolation if they do not make good… Read More