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Generations

Monthly Archive (Generations)

posted 03.06.2014
The health benefits of positive friendships or familial relationships are many and proven, and should be considered when planning older adult healthcare and housing reform. Read More
posted 03.05.2014
This issue of Generations provides key findings on the connection between health and positive and negative relationships, and introduces novel programs designed to foster social relationships—from iHubs to Alzheimer’s cafés.   Read More
posted 03.05.2014
Support from family and friends, as well as staff, can help residents adjust to senior living and forge new friendships. Read More
posted 03.05.2014
A dedicated community campaign takes the fear out of technology and transforms lives. Read More
posted 03.04.2014
In later life, family ties and friendships characterized by prolonged or unavoidable negative interactions have deleterious effects on health. Read More
posted 03.04.2014
Thriving as an immigrant in older age depends largely upon age at immigration and strength of social relationships. Read More
posted 02.04.2014
Wherein baby boomers contemplate how, where, and with whom they would like to grow old. Read More
posted 02.03.2014
This issue of Generations explores the concepts of home, neighborhood, aging in community (or aging in the community), aging in place, and quality of life. How are they inextricably intertwined? And how will they evolve as the baby boomers age? Read More
posted 02.03.2014
The Westchester County program connects elders with caregiving neighbors and other volunteers. Read More
posted 02.03.2014
Life’s second half contains an “age abundancy ratio,” in which older adults can apply their life experience to society’s pressing social problems—and contribute to a healthier economy. Read More