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LeadingAge Magazine

LeadingAge magazine (formerly FutureAge) is published online every other month. It is a forum for showcasing leadership, excellence and innovation in aging services. The magazine is also a venue for shared learning and discovery, delivering insightful ideas and information on serving older adults through quality the public can trust. For issues prior to November/December 2010, contact editor Gene Mitchell at gmitchell@LeadingAge.org.

For more information, or to submit a suggestion for a LeadingAge magazine story, please email Editor Gene Mitchell at gmitchell@LeadingAge.org.

 

Read the November/December Issue of LeadingAge Magazine

The Practical Application of Evidence-Based Practices

LeadingAge members that focus on quality - and isn't that everyone? - are increasingly turning to "evidence-based practices" to deliver care and services and differentiate themselves. As Dr. Robyn Stone of the LeadingAge Center for Applied Research points out, even consumers are beginning to look for evidence-based practices when choosing a provider. Read about those who are building the evidence base in our field and putting it to work in their communities. 

September-October 2011 Issue

As LeadingAge celebrates its 50th Anniversary, we also celebrate the people our members serve--people whose vitality, strength and trust inspire and encourage us. In this issue of LeadingAge magazine, we introduce you to LeadingAge members whose innovative good works are worthy of year-round celebration. You'll also meet eight amazing seniors who are celebrating in their own right - by living their lives to the fullest.

July-August 2011 Issue

In this issue of LeadingAge magazine, read about how not-for-profit providers take on difficult tasks that would not otherwise be done, take leadership roles in their communities and test new models of service delivery.

May-June 2011 Issue

This issue focuses on how providers serve low-income seniors, all the while refusing to allow funding shortages, language and cultural barriers, long distances or inertia slow them down.

March-April 2011 issue

The Anatomy of Change: This issue looks at how not-for-profit providers are reorganizing to serve more people and how accountable care organizations will impact aging services.

January-February 2011 Issue

Read the January/February issue and see the many sides of wellness as it is practiced in the service of the aged.

November-December 2010 Issue

Read this issue for case studies about members using technology, along with updates on electronic health records and what providers need to be doing to thrive in the world of the very near future.