Click on the links below to see all of HealthyCal.org’s recent stories on aging with dignity and independent living.
Study reveals unexpected link between diversity and aging. Dec. 19.
Do not disturb: Grandma’s having sex. Dec. 13.
Community ambassadors create melting pot for senior immigrants. Nov. 11
Uniting generations provides direction to older adults and youth. Nov. 4
Program has impact on late life depression. Sept. 28
Poll: Most middle-age seniors couldn’t afford nursing home care. Sept. 13.
Foreclosure crisis hits seniors hard in Northern California. Sept. 7
In LA, mortgage crisis knows no age limits. Sept. 4
Not your grandma’s senior center. Aug. 28
San Joaquin seniors face foreclosures. Aug. 28
Riding the silver tsunami. Aug 13.
Housing for seniors encourages independence and community. July 30.
Center keeps elders on their feet. July 28
No clear answers for end of life, but conversations can help. July 2.
New national plan targets Alzheimer’s. June 13.
Aging with dignity and independence. May 30.
Older Californians stand tall, avoid falls. May 28.
Services offers low-cost rides to seniors, visually impaired. May 22.
Tearing down the walls of elder isolation. May 14.
The health perils of aging: lonely and sick. May 13.
Central Valley gets one-stop health center for seniors. May 1.
Shattering the constraints of aging. April 22.
Creative Movement: Transportation and the Elderly. April 18.
Independence by the Bay: The Community Living Fund. April 16.
State launches smaller program for adult day health care. April 3.
Where do they go now? March 27.
It takes a village. March 19.
Governor proposes cuts to caregiver centers. March 12.
Program’s transition mired in confusion. March 7.
Women most vulnerable to poverty in retirement. Feb. 8
Visualizing California’s retirement problem. Feb. 7
New Technology: Helping older adults matter. Feb. 1
California website offers help on long term care coverage
California counties improve stroke system. Jan. 30.
Aging in a land of youth. Jan. 11 2012
Nonprofit provides funding for end-of-life careDec. 15
Senior actors teach nurses to understand elderly patients. Nov. 16
“Meet the pharmacist” event helps seniors manage medications. Nov. 2
Armstrong Place offers new approach to independent living. Oct. 27
Connecting generations. Oct. 26
With CLASS out, future clouded for long-term care. Oct. 19
Obama kills long-term care insurance program. Oct. 14
Minority nursing home residents increase, whites decline. Oct. 13
Home help affected by cuts to Medi-Cal and Medicare. Oct. 6
Caregivers’ stress leads to unhealthy habits. Oct. 2
Services for aging need better coordination, experts say. Sept. 27
Homeless for Years, Older Women in Los Angeles Find a Good Home. Sept. 26
Care innovations: The future of aging?Sept. 22
Elder abuse bill would regulate signature stamps. Sept. 20
Californians know they need long-term care insurance, but don’t buy it, Sept. 20
Long-term care plan faces hurdles. Sept. 15.
Merced seeks to improve public transit options for seniors. August 23.
Older adult volunteers reap the rewards of giving back. August 16.
Poll: Californians ill-prepared for the costs of agingAugust. 16
Aging and HIV-positive: a growing demographic. August 8.
At California senior centers, resources dwindle. July 27.
Meeting the needs of LGBT seniors. July 19.
Technology might give elders independence. July 10.
New program for seniors in limbo. June 29.
Napa moves against elder care abuse. June 23.
Health center closures could leave thousands without care. June 13.