Dec 29, 2020
Getting Organized: Managing Your To-Do List
"Make one year, three year, and five-year goals." — Melissa Batchelor, Ph.D, RN, FNP, FAAN
The New Year is almost upon us; this means it’s time to start out new and fresh and make some New Year's resolutions. One resolution that many people make is to get organized - to...
Dec 22, 2020
How to Manage Repetitive Behaviors in Alzheimer's Disease
“Look for a reason behind the repetition.”— Melissa Batchelor, PhD, RN, FNP, FAAN
Are you wondering why a person with dementia develops repetitive behaviors like asking you the same question, telling you the same story, or doing the same thing over and...
Dec 15, 2020
Bringing the Washington, DC Healthcare Policy Experience to Quinnipiac University
“A critical part of that has to be understanding how policies develop and the implications that both national and state policies have on the ability to deliver high-quality care.”— Dr. Matthew O’Connor, Dean & Professor of Finance
Dec 8, 2020
Role of Place in Healthy Aging with Ryan Frederick
“This pandemic has been a great reminder that place matters a lot.”— Ryan Frederick, CEO of SmartLiving 360
Have you ever wondered why the long-term care housing industry segregated itself when there's so much benefit to having intergenerational housing? Have you...
Dec 1, 2020
Towards an Age-Friendly World with Wendy Miller
“As we get older, we use both sides of our brain,
not in a compensatory way, but in a synthetic
Miller, Ph.D. ATR-BC, LCPAT, REAT, LPC, BCPC
Thank you for joining us for This is Getting Old: Moving Towards an Age-Friendly World podcast. This special...