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February 2015

Monthly Archive (Leadership in Aging)

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02.26.2015
This Winter 2014−15 issue of Generations addresses the issue of how our nation’s social and health disparities persist despite decades of work by community practitioners to solve them, and how a climate of continuing economic uncertainty is proving challenging to the creation and... Read More
02.26.2015
By Grace J. Yoo, Elaine Musselman, Yeon-Shim Lee, and Darlene Yee-Melichar In 2012, an estimated 18.9 million Asian Americans lived in the United States (U.S. Census Bureau, 2012). Asian Americans represent individuals with ancestry from more than thirty countries. The top six... Read More
02.23.2015
By Jeanette Takamura Enacted in 1965 before the Social Security Act amendments established Medicare and Medicaid, the Older Americans Act (OAA) declared a national rights-based commitment to the “inherent dignity” of older Americans. Title I of the OAA calls... Read More
02.19.2015
By Michael Smyer & Jim Gilmartin It’s time to connect two global patterns: Climate Change and Population Aging. When Tom Friedman wrote Hot, Flat & Crowded, he overlooked one important element: Graying!    Climate Change: What’s Age Got To Do With It? But Freidman... Read More
02.17.2015
The rise in the number of Americans from ethnic minority backgrounds has been accompanied by an increased interest in disparities that characterize the health status and healthcare needs of the U.S. population. Much of the literature has focused on African Americans’... Read More
02.17.2015
By Steven P. Wallace Attention to the challenges faced by older adults of color in the United States was first highlighted by a report in 1964 from the National Urban League, Double Jeopardy: The Older Negro in America Today (National Urban League, 1964). At the time, it... Read More
02.09.2015
By Marcia Spira Training opportunities for work with the older population are abundant as the cohort grows. Programs include online training modules, weekend workshops, specialized courses within university curricula and postgraduate certificates. And there are programs in university schools of... Read More

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