Not Home Alone

TIME Magazine
Sally Abrahms

Seniors are signing up for semi-communal enclaves, with separate homes but a supportive community

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Dorms Beyond the Norm

AARP The Magazine

Talk about an intergenerational experience! College students and seniors living together on campus.

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A Spin on Elder Abuse

AARP Bulletin

A twist on traditional elder abuse

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Green House Homes: A Model for Aging That Promotes Growth

AARP Bulletin

Nursing homes as home-like as can be

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Elder Cohousing: A New Option for Retirement or Sooner!

AARP Bulletin

Separate homes, shared meals and space

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Retirement Communities Say Bring in the Kids!

AARP Bulletin

Intergenerational programs thrive

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Finding Your Niche Housing in Retirement or Before!

AARP Bulletin

Options abound: Assisted Living for Nudists, Anyone?

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Towns and Cities Prepare for Aging Populations

AARP Bulletin

Check out three forward-thinking places

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Intergenerational Cohousing

AARP Bulletin

Cool housing set-up for boomers+

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Boomers Redefine Retirement Living

AARP Bulletin

Boomers helping shape the future of housing

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Married But Living Apart

AARP Bulletin

They’re long and happily married but they live separately

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Veterans go from Homeless to Homeowners

AARP Bulletin

Nonprofit Soldier On provides affordable housing, support and job training

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New Ways for An Aging Population to Get Around

AARP Bulletin

Innovative transportation options in cities and towns 

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Share Common Ground

AARP Bulletin

More boomers are opting for smaller neighborhoods with a bigger sense of community

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Better Transportation Services for Seniors

AARP Bulletin
Sally Abrahms

How will you get around if you don’t drive? Some innovative approaches

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Multigenerational Housing May Be A Good Move

AARP Bulletin
Sally Abrahms

Too much togetherness or a win-win for elder and child care?

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Older Women Living Together: Is It For You?

AARP Bulletin
Sally Abrahms

Less money, more companionship makes this an increasingly popular housing trend

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The Caregiver's Dilemma

AARP Bulletin

The working caregiver and his/her clueless boss

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Book Review: A Bittersweet Season by Jane Gross

aarp.org

Former New York Times reporter talks about caregiving

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Oh, Brother! With Parents Aging, Squabbling Siblings Turn to Elder Mediation

AARP Bulletin

A new way to work out thorny sibling and family issues over aging parents

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Introducing the Creative Arts Movement

AARP Bulletin

Professional artists, musicians, and dancers hit long-term care

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Caring for Caregivers

AARP Bulletin

Help for those who help others

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A Comfort and Joy Approach: Alternative Treatments for Dementia

AARP Bulletin
Sally Abrahms

Finding alternative treatments for Alzheimer’s from llamas in the hallways to chocolate in the middle of the night to a middle-of-the-night adult daycare program.

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How Can You Make Your Town Dementia-Friendly?

aarp.org
Sally Abrahms

Communities are embracing Alzheimer’s and memory loss–here’s how

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Euthanasia: Pets Have It Better Than People

Huffington Post

Euthanasia for pets, but people, only sometimes

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Mother-In-Law Hell? Hell, No!

Huffington Post

91 years old, cross country for a wedding

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Picture Perfect: Dementia, Memories and Movies

aarp.org

A reel good time for movie buffs with dementia

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Monets, Other Masterpieces Move Those with Memory Loss

aarp.org

What it’s like to be in a world-class museum on a day it’s closed to the public

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The Art of His Life

TIME Magazine

Sol Levenson is still painting–and thriving–at 95

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Rock On, Grandpa!

TIME Magazine

Play pinocle or mahjahn in your golden years? Bah! Meet folks in their 70s, 80s, and 90s who sing rock ‘n roll and tour Europe.

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How To Become A Teacher

whatsnext.com

What about a new or second career? Heres your A-Z guide.

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Book Review: The Great Man by Kate Christensen

aarp.org

A novel laced with sexuality among septuagenarians

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Older Workers, Pretty Please Apply

AARP Bulletin

A factory where the majority of workers are in their 70′s, 80′s, even 90′s

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Actress Offers Homeless Women Starring Roles

Second Act

New Career Worthy of a Standing Ovation

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Earn Extra Money—Fast!

AARP The Magazine

Ten fun ways to boost your bank account

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How to Get Into College Annual Guide: “When A is for Anybody”

Kaplan Newsweek

Are all college students above average? Grade inflation is a big problem in American academe—unless you’re someone getting those A’s.

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Healthcare Industry Trends: Recruiting and Retaining Older Workers

AARP

AARP has joined with national healthcare leaders to examine five key areas that impact the recruitment and retention of workers over 50

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Employers: You Need To Work On Caregiving

AARP

Memo to the boss: focus on family cargivers

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Educational Resources: Your Guide to the 21st Century Classroom

Mediaplanet in USA Today

Getting schooled in interactive whiteboards, digital textbooks, and Race to the Top funding.

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Could It Be, a Start-Up College?

Newsweek

With deep pockets and an innovative curriculum, a new engineering school is attracting the best and brightest

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The Value of Networking: What’s in it for You

AARP

Whether you’re looking for a job or not, networking is important. Why does it matter?

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Doing What’s Right

PARADE

How I Try to Help write Inspirational profiles that will get cynics rolling their eyeballs

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The Dog Swap

Ladies' Home Journal

How I share my handsome hound with a friend

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It's A Dog's Life

Family Circle

My dog has no Burberry coat, designer toys, personal trainer, gourmet treats or breath mints like her other furry friends on the block. Am I a lousy master?

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Way to Go: Getting What You Want Through Negotiation

Jugglezine

Every day you find yourself having to negotiate, whether it is about what movie to see with your spouse, how to balance work and family, or how to convince your boss to give you a raise. Check out these smart strategies.

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Time Out

Jugglezine

Seems that having a baby is not a good enough excuse to be absent from one judge’s courtroom.

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What Must Working Caregivers Know?

aarp.org
Sally Abrahms

From the Federal Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to the American With Disabilities Act (ADA)–wise up, employees1

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Life After Divorce

AARP Bulletin
Sally Abrahms

More boomers are saying “see ya” after years of marriage

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Artists Bring Creative Aging to Care Facilities

AARP Bulletin
Sally Abrahms

Dance, storytelling and drama–never too old to get in on the act

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Restoring Memories Through Movies

aarp.org
Sally Abrahms

A way to bring back memories for those with Alzheimer’s

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Custody Lost

Working Mother

Due to shifts in traditional roles, working mothers, going through divorce, now face even tougher challenges—including unparalleled custody wars.

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A Motorcycle Club At the Senior Center?

The Huffington Post

Hardly your granny’s senior center

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Pets Are Boomer Kids: A True Tail

Huffington Post

Have we gone mad? Bark Mitzvahs, churchgoing dogs and animal communicators

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