LeadingAge magazine September/October 2012
They come from all walks of life and bring tremendous histories, wisdom and energy to their communities. Here are stories of some remarkable seniors served by our members.
Senior housing providers often struggle to cope with mental health issues among residents. Some are addressing problems proactively with useful tools and guidance from mental health professionals.
Family caregivers are overburdened and underserved. Here is a look at how aging-services providers are reaching out to make caregivers’ lives less stressful.
We celebrate the winners of the LeadingAge Awards for 2012.
Smart, environmentally sustainable practices can go straight to the bottom line. Here is how some providers are saving large sums by going green.
See how the Idea House has been updated and enlarged for 2012.
Grassroots advocacy is the key to making our case to legislators. Here are some ways state associations are mobilizing members and seniors.
The latest in our series on providers that are creating the future of aging services.
This provider’s renovation of an older campus exemplifies efficient use of space to create intimate residential settings or shared spaces and to optimize person-centered care, independence, privacy, and social interaction.
A Matter of Perspective
The People We Serve, and How We Serve Them
Advocacy and Elections: The Rules for Not-for-Profits
What’s In a Name? A World of New Possibilities
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