Journal 87 – Volume 2, 2022

Editor’s Letterby Lori Bitter, MS Lifting Them Up: Building Person-Centered Organizationsby Jennifer Craft Morgan, PhD and Waqar Ahmad Stemming the Turnover Tide in Long-Term Careby Valerie Wendell What’s in an Industry Certification or Designation?by Dr. Cynthia D. Woodley The Importance of Human-Centered Design in the Development of Aging Industry Products and Servicesby Bryan Rill, PhD…

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Demystifying Hospice and Palliative Care

Palliative care is a philosophy and model of care that can potentially transform our experience of health care today. However, due to a lack of awareness combined with a lack of information, most people fail to reap the benefits of this type of care. So, let’s review the fundamental tenets of palliative and hospice care…

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Aging in Place: Current Trends and Practices

Information on the latest trends and practices in aging in place and home modifications. Presented by Robert Gurinowitsch Robert Gurinowitsch works with corporations to educate on safety and modifications in the work or home environment, sharing the knowledge of invaluable services for the Aging in Place and the Disabled Workers markets. He provides patient-specific education…

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Journal 86 – Volume 1, 2022

Editor’s Letterby Kelly O’Connor, MA, CSA, CDP CBD and Older Adults: Natural Relief to Common Maladiesby George B. Patterson, Founder of Doctors Choice CBD Finding Quality of Life With Parkinson’s Diseaseby Shellyann Timmons, APRN and Arif Dalvi, MD, MBA Dwelling on Our Dwellings: Residential Reasoning in the Shadow of the Fourth Ageby Catheryn Koss, JD,…

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Alternative Asset Based Funding for Long-Term Care

Over the last 15 years, the use of LTC-Life Settlements to pay for senior living has grown into a mainstream option accepted by every care provider in the United States. There are 250 million life insurance policies in-force today and over $200 billion owned by seniors could potentially qualify to pay for care every year.…

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Longevity: Aging Crisis or Golden Opportunity?

Elder rights advocate Kelly O’Connor, CSA shares with us the essence of what it means to live a long life in today’s America. Kelly recaps the six principles shared in her recent TEDx Talk and proposes ways CSAs can better connect with their audiences. Presented by Kelly O’Connor, CSA Kelly O’Connor is an elder care…

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Journal 85 – Volume 4, 2021

Editor’s Letterby Erika Walker Designing Successful Exercise Classes for Older Adults with Mobility Disabilitiesby Rachel E. Stuck, PhD and Tracy L. Mitzner, PhD History and Trends in the Field of Healthcare Advocacyby Elisabeth Schuler, BCPA, CSA Help with Medication Costsby Richard J. Sagall, MD How Caregivers Develop Resilience: A Framework for Family Caregivers and Supporting…

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Your Gift to the Community – Kindness

This session will explore the how kindness contributes to your own well-being and self-worth, as well as that of the individuals who are recipients of your acts. Small acts of kindness can make a difference. Learn of ways that you can have a role in spreading kindness in our community. The time to start is…

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Accelerating Trusted Relationships

Are your relationships measured by the quantity or quality of those with whom you interact? In an ever increasingly virtual world, one in which technology is driving many of our interactions, how are we maintaining authenticity? What determines who you will work with? What drives the decision as to whether or not someone will take…

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Journal 84 – Volume 3, 2021

Editor’s Letterby Erika Walker Scam Alert: Pandemics and Predatorsby Hazel Heckers Age-Related Foot Problems:  A Review of Common Podiatric Conditions in the Aging Populationby Suzanne Fuchs, DPM The Aging Eyeby Douglas R. Leder, DO Understanding Nutritional Needs in Older Adultsby Lorie Eber Connecting Young and Old by Design: From Intergenerational Occasions to Intergenerational Communityby Irv Katz The…

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Medication Management

Many aging adults find themselves taking medications for various chronic conditions and other health issues. Research indicates that as the number of prescription medications a person (ages 70 or older) takes increases, so do challenges with medication management and potential health risks. Certain medications such as opioids, can easily become harmful if not taken as…

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The LTC Planning Imperative

This webinar will provide information on long term care insurance. Instructor Bill Comfort, CSA®, CLTC®, LTCC® will provide an expert presentation on behalf of CLTC for how to use long term care insurance to protect clients from the costs associated with long term care. This presentation will examine the following issues: Why planning for care…

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Journal 83 – Volume 2, 2021

Editor’s Letterby Harry “Rick” Moody, Ph.D. How Technologies Help Support a Meaningful Life for Older Adultsby Wesley Cheng The Wise Elder: Making Meaning in Later Lifeby Carol Orsborn, Ph.D. and Robert L. Weber, Ph.D. The Meaning of a Significant Lifeby Joe Jordan Finding a Life as a Solo Ager Meaningfulby Sara Zeff Geber, Ph.D. LISTEN!…

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Situational Social Security

Every client is in a unique situation when considering their Social Security benefit. This webinar will discuss the questions and issues that relate to every unique client – single, married, divorced, surviving spouse, public employees, restricted application eligibility, and children. Presented by Jim Blair and Marc Kiner Jim Blair is currently part owner and Social…

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The Importance of Pre-Arranged Funerals

Certified Senior Advisor and Funeral Director, Elisa Ingoldby will review with us the in’s and out’s of how to prearrange a funeral and the importance of undertaking such a task. Participants will get access to a Vital Statistics Worksheet and learn how to approach a funeral home to deal with making those long term plans…

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Journal 82 – Volume 1, 2021

Editor’s Letterby Erika Walker, MBA, CSA Can Long-Term Care Providers Use Technology to Stay Ahead of Competition?by Karen Etkin, MA Inclusive Care: Integrating Caregivers of Veterans Into Clinical Care Teamsby Rashi Venkataraman-Romanoff and Coleton Whitiker How the Durable Medical Equipment Community Is Helping to End Ageismby Kelly Grace O’Connor, MA, CPRS, CSA How Older Adults…

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