Q&A — Psychologist Susan Turk Charles As people grow older, they gain greater control of their feelings. How do they do that — and can they teach young whippersnappers a thing or two? […]
When asked why they wanted to set up a business later in life, twice as many women than men said they wanted to realize a long-held ambition. Mariel Padilla Originally published by […]
Granny’s on Instagram! In the COVID-19 era, older adults see time differently and are doing better than younger people
Marcia G. Ory, Texas A&M University Time in the era of COVID-19 has taken on new meaning. “Blursday” is the new time word of the year – where every day seems the […]
Linda Marsa December 17, 2020 This story also ran on Daily Beast. It can be republished for free. When her husband was diagnosed with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease in 2015, Elizabeth Pan […]
Bruce Horovitz/Kaiser Health News December 11, 2020 Back in early January, before COVID-19 was as familiar as the furniture, I went in for my annual physical. My doctor looked at my […]
Judith Graham December 9, 2020 Vaccines that protect against COVID-19 are on the way. What should older adults expect? The first candidates, from Pfizer and Moderna, could arrive before Christmas, according to […]
Carter Burden’s expanding network is a kind of group hug for seniors and those who care about them. Seeded in Sixties social activism, it thrives through Covid-19, serving seniors.
CBN fights senior loneliness with a new grant. The grant helps the Carter Burden Network tackle major challenges of old age. The Roosevelt Island Disabled Association partners with them.