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Getting Old, Getting Loud: Be Proud of the “O” Word

  Older Americans: Stop asking forgiveness. It’s time to own your age.   Remember that momentous moment in 1997, when […]

TEDxPlano 2017 Speaker

What if we nurtured the souls of our communities with the same intentional focus we devote to supporting our schools […]

How Caregiver Stress Can Turn a Devoted Helper into a Patient

Just four days after President George H. W. Bush, 92, was hospitalized for pneumonia earlier this year, his wife, Barbara, […]

Q&A with Alzheimer’s Researcher Jim Ray

It’s a medical doomsday scenario: By 2050, an estimated 16 million people will have Alzheimer’s disease, and the cost of […]

Dallas Morning News: Traveling with a loved one who has dementia

If you’re planning to travel this summer with someone with dementia, you’ll need to plan ahead. Story by Mary Jacobs […]

Mary Jacobs: Blogger for Senior Living Communities

Need engaging content to help your senior living community connect with potential residents and their family members? Mary Jacobs creates […]

Old heart defects: Sometimes forgotten, never gone

Only about 10 percent of adults with congenital heart defects are getting the recommended care they need, and as a […]

How much helping is too much?

When planning for retirement, many people ignore a big source of costs — money they’re giving to adult children.    […]

Do you know your retirement number?

Only about half of all Americans have figured out how much they’ll need to live comfortably in retirement. But knowing […]

Paging Doctor Google

You know you’ve done it: Googled your symptoms to find out what’s wrong with you. You’re not alone. More than […]

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