Monthly Archives: September 2014

Well…Is It?

A recent article in Forbes magazine was titled “Is Aging in Place a Pipe Dream? It began with a story told by former HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros about “having to” place his 90-year old mother in a long-term care facility despite her heart-felt desire to remain in the home she had lived in since becoming [...]

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A Fish Tale

There was a nice article in the New York Times a few weeks ago by noted science and nutrition writer Jane Brody titled “Lots of Reasons to Eat Fish.”   I don’t want to paraphrase her entire piece but suffice to say she strongly advocates the health benefits of seafood in our diet.   The scientific evidence [...]

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What’s Wrong With This Picture?

      No—this is not the wicked witch of the west and we are not in Kansas anymore. This is what happens when you live in a house with slippery floors and loose scatter rugs and you elect not to wear good walking shoes. Are those heels? Yikes. I am obsessed with doing all [...]

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We Need to Talk

I came across an interesting report last week titled “Housing America’s Older Adults:  Meeting the Needs of an Aging Population.”   While this 44-page report brings to mind visions of “old folks warehouses,” former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Henry Cisneros called the report “a wake-up call on elder housing.  One of the report’s [...]

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