Where the old boys are: Life expectancy rising for senior men Sun Sentinel Instead of a sea of women in senior communities, nursing homes and adult day-care centers, Census projections predict the population will even out as life expectancy spikes...
The scary mystery of the disappearing cheese and crackers Ocala Have you had one of those senior moments when you question your sanity? I'm not talking about the typical frustrating forgetfulness of aging, as in "where did I put my keys?
Ouf, not Alzheimer ;-) But if you look at your glasses not knowing what "it" is, ... then you should start to wonder.
The number of secure nursing home beds for seniors with dementia is growing along with the aging population. Because of this anticipated “tsunami” of dementia, more assisted living centers and nursing homes are adding ...
The Policy Lapsed, but No One Knew New York Times (blog) When the time came, it would provide up to $600,000 to pay for home care, adult day care, assisted living or a nursing home. “I'm an only child,” Mr.
Older workers offer 'real value' expressandstar.com Prof Kirkwood was backed by fellow panellist Baroness Sally Greengross, an independent member of the House of Lords and chief executive of the UK International Longevity Centre.
Living to 90 and beyond CBS News What they have in common -- other than having lived a combined total of almost 400 years -- is that decades ago, they all lived in a retirement community called Leisure World 45 miles south of Los Angeles.
Plaques, cortical tangles, microinfarct, high blood pressure, socialize, exercise 15 to 45 minutes a day, gain weight, ... and sex. All these words hold keys to explain seniors striving after 90+.
Alzheimer's disease — A modern day plague National Post Related. Dawna Friesen: Grieving the living · Alzheimer's patient's desire to die denied by B.C. court, family says she is force fed by nursing home.
Contractor's work helps keep aging in their homes through retrofitting Palm Beach Post Bickoff is an independent living specialist who works with senior citizens, people with limited abilities and others with Alzheimer's.
Manchess came out of retirement to work for Home Instead Senior Care after caring for his mother-in-law, who, too, had Alzheimer's and whom he regarded as his hero. The experience, though taxing, inspired his new career.
They are the best because they can make time, they are reliable (present), full of experience and knowledge and since the age gap is not that large, they bound easily with older seniors.
Independent Online Write a letter to the future you Independent Online The original column was written after I had spoken to a respected actuary about the problems associated with things such as deciding when to move into a retirement village and,...
Architects embrace new designs for memory care facilities Mainebiz Daily The state of Maine recognizes that nursing homes and assisted living facilities are separate and distinct facilities through its licensing requirements.