Boston Globe Caregivers taking on more complex medical tasks Boston Globe With reduced funding for home-based services to help ease the burden, and mounting economic pressures to shorten hospital stays, legions of baby boomers are caring for aging...
Home modification, energy tips allow aging-in-place The Reflector Ideas about home modification, energy efficiency and green building will be topics of a Wed., April 24, presentation sponsored by the Commission on Aging.
We've featured CJE Senior Life events before on this blog. This long standing organization has done so much good for our senior community, so it makes me happy to see them recognized by the Chicago Tribune.
Ken Pyburn's insight:
Not a Village but others see the need for services for seniors outside of the usual profile. Socialization, some fun and stress reduction among other things.
Just as society's institutions were grossly unprepared for our baby boom, we have done far too little to prepare for the coming age wave. Ironically, while our demographic heft is not our fault, its impact will be our legacy.
Ken Pyburn's insight:
Of course they do, form villages, and similar "community based" operations to change forever the way we view aging.
Not a moment anyone looks forward to, but sooner or later Sandwich Generation families must face the issue of what to do with the home grandma and grandpa lived in all those years. Latest by Jeff Brown.
There are fewer and fewer of us that retired with a guaranteed pesnion, Social Security AND retirment savings. The housing crisis, caring for aging parents, and children stuggling all add to the likelihood that there will be even less of us in the future.,
Andrew Scharlach, Eugene and Rose Kleiner Professor of Aging, School of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley; Scharlach studies the village network and co-authored the Rutgers 2012 National Overview of ...
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