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We provide easy access to quality-of-life programs.

We have partnered with local and national organizations to bring these resources home. Please read through our website to check them out and let us know if you have questions or need more information. This is an ever-changing field and we’re open to other ideas you’d like to suggest.

Aging gracefully is possible, it just takes a little more thought than it used to!

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Ageism Impact

Robert Butler, the first Director of the National Institute on Aging, coined the term ‘ageism’ in 1969 to expand on recognized forms of discrimination and prejudice like racism and sexism to include the older population, although it can apply to all ages as well. Connected to a generation-gap mentality, as he described it, “Age-ism reflects […]

Telehealth: A Positive Program from COVID

Telehealth is the distribution of health-related services and information via electronic information and telecommunication technologies. It allows for a long-distance patient and clinician to have contact, care, advice, reminders, education, intervention, monitoring, and remote admissions. Telemedicine is sometimes used as a synonym, or is used in a more limited sense to describe remote clinical services, […]

We Need to Deal with Death

Although intellectually we all know that one day we shall die, generally we are so reluctant to think of our death that this knowledge does not touch our hearts or minds, and we live our life as if we were going to be in this world forever. As a result, the things of this world […]

Sex and Aging

What comes to mind when you think about sex and aging? A sweet old couple holding hands in their rocking chairs or just not envisioned at all with elders? Well, what people’s perceptions are when it comes to sex and aging is often negative. For instance, it’s common for older adults to be thought of […]

It is the Season of Giving

Studies have demonstrated the benefits of giving — not just for the recipients but for the givers’ health and happiness, and for the strength of entire communities. One of the messages here is that you don’t have to shop to reap the benefits of giving. Research suggests the same benefits come from donating to charities […]

Caregiving Advocacy for Elders

Lawrence J. Weiss and Lynda Hascheff Families—not institutions—provide the majority of care to chronically ill and disabled persons. These families know the enormity of the burden in caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s diseases, stroke, traumatic brain injury, or other long-term conditions. They also know the challenges in locating appropriate advice, services, and respite. […]