Veterans Day Spotlight: Artist Book Highlights Fifty Men and Women Who Have Served the United States in this Collection of Portraits

We the People: Portraits of Veterans in America by Mary Whyte We the People goes beyond the heroic archetype soldiers and veterans hold. Instead, artist Mary Whyte celebrates the roles these men and women have taken on since their return to civilian life. More, Mary Whyte embarks on a seven-year journey that admittedly takes her […]

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Let’s Talk, Aging Interview with Artfull Aging Founder Cailey Massey

I had such a pleasant conversation with Cailey Massey, owner of Artfull Aging. Art programs in Long Term Care is a vital creative outlet for older adults living in these communities. I can attest first-hand how important working with a professional artist is when establishing an art program in your community. Cailey has thought of […]

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This Holiday Season The Upside to Aging Wants to Share Your Caregiving Story

Share your #caregiving story with us. The Upside to Aging is hosting a new series that will run from November 1st through January 1st that shares individual caregiver’s stories throughout the holiday season. The holidays are a fun time to share with friends and family, but for family caregivers, this time can be overwhelming and stressful. We […]

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Chair Yoga with Flow With Fe in Honor of Healthy Aging Month

Guest Post Author: Felicia Gross, LMSW | Flow With Fe This article was orginally posted in September 2018 This month we get a two-in-one special for older adults, and we LOVE it! September is observed as both Healthy Aging Month and Fall Prevention Awareness Month.  And because of this, FLOW with Fe is acknowledging the importance […]

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5 Tips for Making New Friends After Retirement

Guest Post Author Rebecca Greene, MSW, LSW Imagine that you’re 85, and recently moved from your hometown on the West Coast clear across the country, to be close to adult children and grandchildren.  While you’re happy about the move and increased support from living near family, you also find the new living situation a bit […]

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Let’s Talk, Aging: Joe Carella on the Importance of Community Centered Living

Joe Carella is the Executive Director of the Scandinavian Charitable Society of Greater Boston; the parent company of the Scandinavian Living Center and Scandinavian Cultural Center. The design and development of the Scandinavian Living Center in Newton, Massachusetts, is based on the research and principles from his first book, Unlimited Options for Aging. He has shared these concepts […]

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