Monthly Archives: July 2014

#ElderCareChat 7/16/14 Recap: Aging in Place and Universal Design

Review highlights from this week's conversation about what's emerging and what's existing in regards to aging in place and universal design.During Wednesday’s live discussion, 40 new and returning participants discussed aging in place and universal design. In regards to where and how we want to age — and provide care for those who are aging — participants discussed existing and emerging programs, products, services …Read more ›

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Watch Your Back: Help for Heavy Lifting Tasks

Watch Your Back: Help for Heavy Lifting TasksWhen younger, I regularly lifted weights and considered myself fairly strong. But as I recently lugged five 40-pound bags of water softener salt to my basement, it was a sorry reminder that this aging body isn’t up to the task. With a combination of pulling, scooting and rolling the bags …Read more ›

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#ElderCareChat 7/2/14 Recap: What You Need to Know About Health IT

Get highlights from this week's dynamic discussion on health IT, featuring insights from industry experts. During Wednesday’s live discussion, 56 participants discussed the amazing benefits of existing and emerging health tech tools, and learned more about health IT from our top-notch guest experts, Nadine Robin (@HITNadine) and Jamie Martin (@LHCQF1) of the Louisiana Health Care Quality Forum — a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated …Read more ›

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