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February 2016

Monthly Archive (Aging Today)

posted 02.19.2016
Interview by Alison Biggar Anne Tumlinson, who lives just outside Washington, D.C., is a 48-year-old divorced mother of two teenagers. In 2015, she launched the blog Daughterhood because she saw a huge need to connect family caregivers to information that would help them help their parents. As an... Read more
posted 02.03.2016
By Anne Montgomery and Elizabeth Blair In times of fiscal restraint, older adults’ voices can get lost in the lobbying among powerful stakeholders and legislative and executive branch discussions about budget allocations and funding priorities. It is often up to advocates to raise the real-... Read more
posted 02.01.2016
By Bruce Chernof Make no mistake; the healthcare landscape is undergoing a profound transformation, one that will directly impact the future of community-based aging services. For more than 50 years, little has occurred that radically changed the sleepy silos of traditional healthcare delivery... Read more

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