It’s never too late to engage in courageous aging
"Humanity defines social norms that explain aging trends and establish expectations for the masses."
Falling can change your life: How to prevent it
"One minute you’re going about your business and the next — boom — you’re down. None of us plan on slipping in the bathtub or tumbling down a flight of stairs but it happens."
Healthy aging in the hispanic population caring for abuelita: The joys and challenges
"While most people are waking to their first cup of coffee, I am already making breakfast for my 83-year-old mom who moved in with us about three years ago. Taking care of our parents is customary in the Hispanics culture, however, I never anticipated the amount of work and effort needed."
The new National Blueprint on Malnutrition Advances Integrated Solutions
"What’s needed is a detailed plan of action, and that is just what’s provided in the new National Blueprint: Achieving Quality Malnutrition Care for Older Adults."
New nutrition resources to help “build back my muscles”
"You greet a new client for a physical therapy or fitness assessment -- Ms. J appears to be a young 75 year old with a recent hip replacement, who is excited to regain her strength.
Are your clients going carb-free? Help them think again for healthy, active aging
"We all share the goal of helping 50+ individuals stay healthy and active. And, we all know that healthy aging is powered by nutrition and physical activity."