Institute Talk: A Conversation with Daughterhood Founder Anne Tumlinson on Challenges of caring for Aging Parents

Anne Recently talked with Gerontology Institute Director Len Fishman about the evolution of Daughterhood, practical problems facing caregivers and policy issues that affect innovation in the field.

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Posted on September 18, 2019


The Future of Aging in America

Panel on The Future of Aging in America, featuring three of Next Avenue’s 2018 Influencers in Aging: Thomas Kamber, executive director of Older Adults Technology Services; Anne Tumlinson, founder of Daughterhood.org and Sara Zeff Geber, president and owner of LifeEncore and author of Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers (solo agers are people aging alone).

By Richard Eisenber

nextavenue April 24, 2019


The Retailization of Health Care

Health clinics are coming soon to a retail storefront near you, Modern Healthcare reports, citing reports from several consulting firms.

By Caitlin Owens 

Axios May 24, 2019


The Future of Forgetting

We are desperate to fight forgetting — it scares us, it annoys us, and it can cost us. Yet there are also memories we want to forget.

By Alison Snyder 

Axios May 18, 2019


The Importance of Caring for Yourself While Caring for Someone With Alzheimer’s

Caregiver burnout is real. Here’s how to ward it off.

by Teresa Santos

US News & World Report, Nov. 9, 2016

 


 

Storytelling Helps Hospital Staff Discover The Person Within The Patient

Project organizers say My Life, My Story could change the way providers interact with patients at VA hospitals around the country.


 

 

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