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There are an increasing number of congregation and communal programs being developed to respond to the revolution in longevity.
Likewise, there are increasing numbers of resources from an ever growing body of organizations and agencies.
In these posts, we will showcase relevant and useful programs or resources that speak to your own growth as well as being supportive of issues with which you may dealing.
By Alejandra Oliva End-of-life planning has the aspects we all know about – have you written a will? Does your family know what to do in case of a medical or financial
In the Weekend Financial Times of London, an article, “High-tech devices to meet housing and care needs of older people,” describes the development of
In this recently published short TED Talk, Judy MacDonald Johnston deals with the serious topic of “Good End of Life Planning.” From the TED Talks page: Thinking
by Charles Ornstein ProPublica, Feb. 28, 2013, 8:59 a.m. This story was co-published with The Washington Post. Charles Ornstein My father, sister and I sat in the near-empty
SeniorHomes.com is running a poll for the Most Respected Senior Living Charities 2013 – SeniorHomes.com. You can vote for your favorite charity at the
Updated 1/31/2013: The conference is now over. Rabbi Address will report on the key highlights in upcoming blog comments. Rabbi Address, who is co-chair of the C-TAC
The New York Times “New Old Age” blog reports on a Senate report that highlights several trends related to care for people with Alzheimer’s disease in five
Sandy Taradash This is how my son describes the books I’ve been reading for the past 35 years: So they were poor Jews in Russia/Eastern Europe, the bad guys came and burned
Receiving a diagnosis of a chronic disease that is treatable, but not curable, manageable, but not always completely controllable, can be a devastating experience. There
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