A Way to Make a Difference: The Adult Family Care Program

The Real, Not the Ideal: Moving Beyond Healthism

Beware of Holiday Scams!

Nutrition Notes: Rising Food Prices—How to Eat Well In Spite of Them

Winter Well-Being

Making Tracks Toward Becoming Age- and Dementia-Friendly

LifePath’s Money Management Program Helps Older Adults Maintain Their Independence

The Fall of the Year Gives Rise to Generosity

Older Adults Are Quietly Returning to the Workplace

RSVP: Grocery Shop for a Neighbor in Need

Legal Notes—Funeral Arrangements: How Do You Give Directions? Who Has Authority?

Long-Term Care Residents Honored During Residents’ Rights Month

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Andi Waisman
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The Real, Not the Ideal: Moving Beyond Healthism

Wellness is not being disease free; wellness is not always about eating vegetables, or sleeping well, or exercising. There are many of us who live our day-to-day lives not feeling well, or have found ourselves coping with various conditions that we didn’t ask for, and struggling with managing work, family, relationships, and the difficult emotions

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LifePath’s Money Management Program Helps Older Adults Maintain Their Independence

September marked the 31st year that the Massachusetts Money Management Program (MMMP) has been helping adults over 60, and adults living with a disability, maintain their independence. Without the program, many individuals would face food insecurity, financial exploitation, eviction, and premature institutionalization.

LifePath’s Money Management program, sponsored in part by the Executive Office of Elder Affairs,

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Long-Term Care Residents Honored During Residents’ Rights Month

Residents’ Rights Month is celebrated each October and is designated by the National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care to highlight residents living in all long-term care settings. This year’s Residents’ Rights Month theme, Inspiring Unity Within Our Community, emphasizes the importance of fostering meaningful community within the facility and encouraging residents’ connection to