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Could intelligent computers make your health care decisions in the future? They already do, some say.

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Building Community

Sometimes we have to look back in order to move forward.   In the past, people of different generations had …

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Older Americans Month

This May, celebrate Older Americans Month by learning what it means to “Age Out Loud.”  This article highlights some ways that …

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Happy Women’s History Month!

“You have to really believe not only in yourself; you have to believe that the world is actually worth your …

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Spring Forward

Seniors and those with chronic illnesses could be at greater risk for experiencing the negative effects of losing an hour of …

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Can Coffee Slow Down Aging?

Looking for an excuse to down that second (or third) cup of coffee?  Check out this TIME article that could …

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Advice on How to Age Well

This article from The New York Times offers some tips on aging well from a very reliable source, a 105-year-old …

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Tips to Keep You Moving

Consistency is key to staying in shape for baby boomers.  Check out this article for one personal trainer’s tips on …

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Senior Center Resident is Granted Unusual Request

This adorable 102-year-old woman in a senior center gets to mark one unusual item off of her bucket list. See …

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Largest Senior Living Providers of 2016

We’re happy to work with companies such as Brookdale Senior Living, the largest senior living provider of 2016, to create …

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Don’t Sweat Those Gray Hairs!

Don’t let your age hold you back! “Your life is a story — share it, and touch others with your …

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Saving Your Muscle Tone for Retirement

A recent study shows that exercising when you’re younger could be of great benefit to you in your senior years. Need …

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Building Community Through Architecture

The book New Aging challenges how we think about designing spaces for the elderly. Architect Matthias Hollwich, who has an architectural firm in …

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Arts for the Aging

A recent article by The New York Times discusses the benefits of incorporating the arts into the lives of the elderly.  As …

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DPA Writes Article for CALA Magazine

DPA’s own Emily Tragish and Douglas Pancake, alongside Michael White, Senior Lighting Designer at Schuler Shook, wrote an article for the Winter issue …

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Where You Live Matters

“A new resource in senior living promises an ‘enormous upside’ for everyone in the industry…” http://livistry.com/2016/02/05/where-you-live-matters/

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Senior Housing News

“We do know that if people are in an environment that is friendly, where they feel comfortable, where they can …

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