Celebrating the Vital Role of Nurses in Green House Homes

May 11th, 2022|

In recognition of National Nurses Week, May 6-12, it’s more important than ever to acknowledge the connection, creativity and love these devoted and hardworking caregiving professionals bring to elders and long-term care. This week, Green House Project senior director Susan [...]

What a Concept: Senior Living Is Living

March 14th, 2022|

It’s the ultimate thunderbolt moment: Senior living is living. Why did it take us so long to recognize that? Jane Rohde is way ahead of the curve on that front. Rohde, an expert in senior living design, believes that now [...]

Highlighting the Importance of Self-Care in Eldercare

March 7th, 2022|

Putting on your oxygen mask first before helping others takes on a whole new resonance when it comes to caregiving, according to Alexis McKenzie. McKenzie, an eldercare and wellness expert and consultant, used this common metaphor to emphasize the importance [...]

Fostering Real Belonging in Eldercare

February 16th, 2022|

Empathy is the essential primary element in re-defining eldercare –and a host of other social issues –according to Marvell Adams, Jr. Adams, who is the chief operating officer of The Kendal Corp., a non-profit eldercare provider located outside of Philadelphia, [...]

A Wise Prescription for Reform

February 7th, 2022|

Dr. Jason Karlawish has a deceptively direct prescription for transforming eldercare: make it a political priority and emphasize human connections. Karlawish is the co-director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Memory Center. During a recent episode of the “Elevate Eldercare” [...]

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