Collaboration among Jewish agencies to assist seniors’ independence wins a $150,000 prize.
Gary Rotstein's What's New In Aging
Pennsylvania’s new CARE Act requires hospitals to give helpful instruction to informal caregivers before patients go home.
POLST measure supported by medical providers and patient advocates would add to advance directives to avoid unwanted treatment.
Government’s report covers wide rage of data about population, economics, housing, income, etc. for the 65-plus crowd.
Alzheimer’s Association sets up LiveWell online tool to assist people who can still learn how to cope with what they’re facing.
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Geriatric psychiatrist Charles “Chip” Reynolds III has for decades been one of Pittsburgh’s and the nation’s leading scholars and
Rachael Wonderlin, 28, is a gerontologist and dementia care consultant who has been a staff member specializing in care of those with
Pennsylvania Democrat has elevated stature now on Senate aging committee, but it’s the GOP that’s in charge in Washington.
Bill McKendree: Lead local counselor on Medicare issues advises what to weigh during open enrollment season
Bill McKendree, coordinator for eight years of the Allegheny County Apprise program, leads a staff of counselors who advise the public on