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Today AAHSA Becomes LeadingAge

Here is an announcement from Leading Age, formerly AAHSA: Starting today, our association will officially be known as LeadingAge. LeadingAge reinforces our commitment as not-for-profit organizations not only to providing services and care, but also to leading the charge for change in the way our country views aging. Our restated mission is Expanding the World […]

Senior moments?? Not as bad as we think!

The expectations of today’s older adults were underscored in a new study of Americans aged 65 and over commissioned by Vi. According to the Vi Next Chapter study, more than four out of five seniors (82%) feel they have “so much to look forward to” in the next chapter of life, and 83% say they […]

Museums making arts accessible to people with dementia

Due to the number of people affected by Alzheimer’s disease, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) decided to develop programming for this particular audience, thereby further enhancing MoMA’s programming for older adults.These programs give those living with the degenerative disease an expressive outlet and forum for dialogue. Specially trained Museum educators engage participants in the […]

Silvers Summit @ the CES 2011

The CES (Consumer Electronic Show) in Las Vegas is the technology-related trade show held each January in Las Vegas, Nevada. Not open to the public, the show typically hosts previews of products and new product announcements. Some view it as an annual pilgrimage to spot products before they take off. Products such as the VCR, […]