How would you answer that question?
I have reflected on this quite a bit over the past year as I have made huge investments in my business. …
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Last week I spoke at the Florida Boomer Lifestyle Conference in Clearwater, Florida. A remarkably packed day included inspirational and edifying presentations covering everything from Mark Miller’s challenging commentary about Boomer…Continue
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I'm looking forward to being a fully participatory member of Boomer Authority. I'm 55, and feel like I'm only getting started with the best part of my life. It took me this long to grow up, and realize that we can have physical energy and lots of life experiences to share.…Continue
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My name is Eric Vengroff, and I am the Vice President and General Manager of CARP, A New Vision of Aging for Canada. CARP is like AARP in the U.S. - we're the Canadian version. In fact CARP is part of the AARP Global Network, one of the four initial countries at the founding of this organization.
I've been in the 'aging business' a long time and have learned a lot, but wouldn't consider myself an expert in any one particular discipline. Marketing, member benefits, customer…Continue
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My friend Kate and I were discussing milestones in life and, in particular, some of the questions we ask ourselves when we hit a certain age.
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Have you found this article by surfing the Internet for topics of interest? Or responded to a Google Alert about a subject that concerns you - brainpower, aging parents, growing children, nourishing relationships, family conflicts, Sandwiched Boomers? If so,…Continue
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I saw this today and realized how much our home health technology industry is grabbing everyone and DEMANDING attention!!!
3 Things we Learned at EHX
1) Size doesn’t necessarily matter
Ok, so you have probably heard by now that this year at EHX Spring in Orlando was much…
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How can Baby Boomers maximize physical strength as we age? The place to start is choosing to be strong. Choose strength. Choose physical power. Incorporate it into your values and your beliefs and into the physical expression of who you are.
The Good News...
The good news is that age and…
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“..the trick is to assert ourselves creatively before the fist gets clinched.”…Continue
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When a person takes on the responsibility of taking care of an ill family member, it is a job that can very easily consume them. The most common caregivers are ones that take care of a sick parent or spouse.
Caregiving can be stressful and may contribute to serious depression. A substantial body of research shows that family members who provide care to individuals with chronic or disabling conditions are themselves at risk. Emotional, mental, and physical health…Continue
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