Distinguished Speaker Series Continues with Second Speaker on Successful Healthy Aging & Caregiving

Distinguished Speaker Series Continues with Second Speaker on Successful Healthy Aging & Caregiving Dr. Karl Pillemer set to speak on April 21st at The Greenwich Library on “Living and Loving: Advice from the Oldest (and Wisest) Americans” March 17, 2016 10:17 AM Eastern Daylight Time STAMFORD, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Commission on Aging, The Greenwich Library, At
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People over 65 shared their greatest regret in life – the most common one may surprise you

People over 65 shared their greatest regret in life – the most common one may surprise you Professor Karl Pillemer was unprepared for the answer he received when he asked older people what they regret most Rachel Gillett, Business Insider Thursday 7 January 2016 Karl Pillemer spoke to more than 1,500 people over the age of 65 Getty
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Proposed Minimum Wage to Cost Home Health $1.7 Billion

Proposed Minimum Wage to Cost Home Health $1.7 Billion By Amy Baxter | January 26, 2016 Health care associations are fighting back against a proposed $15 minimum wage that could cost hospitals, nursing homes and home health companies at least $2.9 billion annually. The Healthcare Association of New York (HANY), which is composed of 500
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How Technology Will Impact Home Health Care

Published on HomeCare Magazine (http://www.homecaremag.com) Home > Print > Aging Place Features > January 2016 How Technology Will Impact Home Health Care The aging population is forcing tech evaluation and growth by Dr. John R. Patrick Between 2010 and 2050, the senior population is expected to reach 88.5 million, or 20 percent of the U.S.
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The Love Advice That Shocked Expert Karl Pillemer

The Love Advice That Shocked Expert Karl Pillemer Next Avenue  |  By Suzanne Gerber Posted: 01/13/2015 6:21 am EST Updated: 01/13/2015 6:59 am EST SPECIAL FROM Next Avenue By Suzanne Gerber You’d think that nothing could shock Karl Pillemer, when it comes to the lives of older folks. After all, the distinguished gerontologist, family sociologist,
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CornellCast – Inside Cornell: Karl Pillemer’s ’30 Lessons for Loving’

January / February 2015 Heart to Heart   Gerontologist Karl Pillemer gleans relationship advice from veterans of long marriages By Heather Salerno Jennifer Thomas Birckmayer, MA ’56, was married to her husband for forty-seven years before he passed away in 2003. Theirs was a partnership built on deep love and commitment— the kind of relationship
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Press Release – Compass Care Brings The Science of Home Health Care to Fairfield County

      Jan. 20, 2015 15:15 UTC Compass Care Brings The Science of Home Health Care to Fairfield County STAMFORD, Conn.­­(BUSINESS WIRE)­­ Renowned geriatricians are playing key roles in Compass Care, a new concierge care management and private duty homecare company. This Stamford­based company was started four months ago by Dr. Mark Lachs, Co­Chief
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Podcast: Geriatrician Dr. Mark Lachs – The Secrets of Aging Well – Library News

Aging does not begin when you get a Medicare Card — it begins when you are born! Whether you’re 35, 55, 85 or beyond — you need to hear what renowned Geriatrician Dr. Mark Lachs has to say about the secrets of aging and assuring the highest possible quality of life at any age. Dr.
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