Aging in Place Toolkit Blog

The Administration for Community Living, which includes the Administration on Aging, has developed a study report of older Americans.

Here are six ways you can engage to improve your life or the life of an older adult you know.

Radio Entrepreneurs interviews Ira Yellen of the Aging in Place Essential Toolkit to discuss how his company serves the growing market of retired baby boomers.

The Aging in Place Essential Toolkit was featured in the Sampan newspaper, one of the largest bilingual Chinese-English newspapers in New England.

Three paths to comfort, safety and happiness as we age. What’s your plan? Have you begun to assess how your home could be altered for your future living needs? If you are over 50, it’s not too early begin this process.

Being prepared for retirement means we can live the life we want to the very end. Anna Chavez and Sue Getman present a strategy for aging with financial security, dispelling the myth that getting older inevitably leads to impoverishment and fading away.

Breathe. Believe. Receive. That’s the advice caregiver advocate and media host Leeza Gibbons gives to this overwhelmed mom and daughter.

Ira Yellen, Founder of the Aging in Place Essential Toolkit, presented at the Transitions Expo in Rocky Hill, CT.

The Aging in Place Essential Toolkit is seeking family caregivers like you who can talk honestly and publicly about your experiences: The heartache. The joy. The challenges you face. The solutions you’ve forged. The resources you’ve used.