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Rock Stars for Disruptive Eldercare

Rock Stars for Disruptive Eldercare

Amara Rose August 23, 2016 2

Using music to treat alzheimers? Today's startup companies are

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R-E-S-P-E-C-T

R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Amara Rose August 16, 2016 0

R-E-S-P-E-C-T, Find Out What It Means to You Respect. The Queen of Soul (Aretha Franklin) may have made the word famous, but treating others royally is always in style, no matter where you hold

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Elder Cool is Red Hot!

Elder Cool is Red Hot!

Amara Rose August 9, 2016 4

Last month we discussed how grandparenthood is shifting radically from “the old days”. Maybe age really is just a number… Could the following elders be the next level of “whither grandparenthood”? • Dame Judi

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Have a Hobby? Run With It.

Have a Hobby? Run With It.

Amara Rose August 2, 2016 4

Suddenly, a tiny Baltic nation is on everyone’s radar, as Estonia’s “Trio to Rio” prepares to go the distance at the summer Olympics. Not only have the athletic triplets pushed one other to excel;

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Where There’s a Will…

Where There’s a Will…

Amara Rose July 26, 2016 6

How to Select, and Serve As, An Executor We’ve talked briefly about estate planning and asset protection. But what about executing a will? Most seniors understand the importance of having a will, though they

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How Tech is Transforming Lives

How Tech is Transforming Lives

Amara Rose July 19, 2016 1

“Don’t disturb me now, I’m doing my online banking” In 2016, a digitally savvy senior might well say this to her visiting children as she efficiently handles laptop financial transactions that once required a trip

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Customer Service, You Say?

Customer Service, You Say?

Amara Rose July 12, 2016 4

True Customer Service is Subtle & Sincere Last winter, actress Andie MacDowell became embroiled in a minor brouhaha. She was seated in coach on a flight instead of the first class seat she’d paid

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The Sacred Work of Grief

The Sacred Work of Grief

Amara Rose July 6, 2016 2

Beyond Loss into Renewal I was sharing a table with a stranger at Whole Foods, enjoying an al fresco summer dinner, when two sweet 20-year-olds I know stopped by to say hello on their

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