Never Too Late to Reinvent Yourself

Fred Weinberg reinvented himself in his 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and now is still very active in his 80’s. A remarkable story about someone who never gave up and has made a great contribution to society.

Alzheimer’s–What Are We Doing About It?

William H Fisher, CEO of the Alzheimer’s Association’s largest chapter located in Northern California and Northern Nevada, discusses what effect Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia are having on our country and the steps being taken to help in preventing this disease.

What is Your Life Expectancy?

S. Jay Olshansky, Ph.D., is an author, professor and worldwide expert on the subject of an aging. He discusses recent research on aging and how you can get a much better idea of your life expectancy.

Sandwich Generation Under Pressure

Sheri Snelling, author and nationally recognized expert on family caregivers, discusses tips to assist those part of the “sandwich generation,” those responsible for raising their own children and for the care of their aging parents.

Questions To Ask About Assisted Living

Marcy Baskin, CSA, is a Certified Senior Advisor, Elder Care Manager and an author. She discusses the types of questions families should ask when considering assisted living or a smaller care home for a loved one.

Is Solo Aging Today’s “Golden Girls?”

With about 20 percent of the boomer population not having children, who is going to take care of this aging population? Dr. Sara Zeff Geber, PhD, focuses on the notion of “solo aging” and the caregiving options that are available to those who have chosen to remain childless.

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