Laurie M. Orlov, a tech industry veteran, writer, speaker and elder care advocate, is the founder of Aging in Place Technology Watch
When Patrick asked me to write a “take a risk” article on aging-in-place, I decided I would reveal the truth about what has become the dirtiest word in financial planning. Here it is: ‘annuities.’
Science and technology revolutionize our lives, but memory, tradition and myth frame our response. – Arthur Schlesinger (Historian) Guest Post by Claude Goodman Aging in Place: The IDEA Series Given the choice, most of us would prefer to…
Rethinking Age and Aging:
We will need to rethink our ideas about the connection between age (measurement based on time / calendar) and aging (a process of structural and functional changes in the human body). Findings from the world of science highlight two key facts:
Yet this problem, the “elephant in the room” that we don’t want to talk about, has not gone away. An early alert came in an article “The GOP’s Senior Moment” published in 2010.
Now I will be getting the opportunity to share some of their best thoughts with you: I’m proud to announce The Ideas Series. For the next few months, the aginginplace.com blog will be posting guest entries
Kiplinger are hard-nosed economist and frame things in terms of return-on-investment (ROM) and remodeling for aging in place appears to pay off.
Aging in Place: How Should I Pay For It?
By Bill Krumm
You would like to continue living in your home, but the money is tight and your home needs some modifications to make that work.