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A Place to Belong–The Senior Day Center at Stella Maris

A Place to Belong–The Senior Day Center at Stella Maris

By Christy Brudin Everyone needs a place to belong—a place where they are safe and comfortable. This is true no matter how old you are, and regardless of your medical conditions or needs. Evelyn Brouse knows this simple truth well. She spent nearly three years searching for a place for her husband Robert (Bob) Brouse to belong. Struggling with early onset dementia, Bob needed constant care and supervision; he also needed stimulating activities and companionship. As his full-time caregiver, Evelyn [...]

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Age in Place Village – Washington Post Article

Through a growing number of senior villages in the D.C. area, aging in place becomes easier Nationally, the number of villages registered with the network has increased from 50 in 2010 to 124 this[...]

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Study Breaks Down Aging Population’s Health Issues By Community

When it comes to health and aging, where you live matters. The study, conducted for the Tufts Health Plan Foundation, looked at nearly 100 factors that impact healthy aging for each city and town in[...]

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People on the Move – Alzheimer’s Family Day Center has a new name

We have a new name! Alzheimer’s Family Day Center will soon be… Insight Memory Care Center So why change our name? This is not something we took lightly, or did overnight. It was an involved[...]

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Grantmakers In Aging receives $1.3 million grant to help communities become more “age-friendly”

Grant will support five communities in second year of Community AGEnda: Great Places to Grow Up and Grow Old Washington, DC/New York, NY (October 16, 2013) ― Grantmakers In Aging (GIA), a[...]

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Hybrid Cars Are a Status Symbol of Sorts for Seniors

Paying extra bucks to “go green” in a hybrid car may pay off in self-esteem and image for older drivers, as well as give a healthy boost to the environment, according to a Baylor University[...]

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Revenues for Aging in Place Market to Surpass $30 Billion by 2017

Aging in Place is the concept and practice of allowing the elderly to live in their own homes and reduce the amount of time spent in hospitals and nursing homes, or spent with an in-home nurse. [...]

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Blind Spot Warning Systems Rated Top Tech Pick By Mature Drivers

New technologies influence older driver confidence, according to survey Mature drivers rank Blind Spot Warning systems highest from a list of 10 new vehicle features, saying this technology would[...]

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Call for Participants! Aging in Place Business Model Research

The Aging in Place Institute is beginning Phase 1 of a research project documenting the developing business model for aging in place. The first phase is one-on-one interviews with business,[...]

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