Leqi Zhong reports on a difficult conversation between older adults and their adult children.
Andrew Lopez ('23) reports on how lack of transportation presents a challenge for older adults who want to age in their rural communities.
Ruth Dusseault reports on how 'back-to-the-landers' age in place in Northern California.
Katie Rodriguez reports on efforts to standardize training for caregivers, the latest in the IRP's reporting on Aging in America.
With 1 in 4 New Yorkers over 60, state seeks public’s help in master plan for surging senior population
Ruth Dusseault reports the latest in our coverage of Aging in America
Richard Tzul reports on The Senior Paw Project, a program that helps older people take care of and keep their pets.
Making churches more welcoming for members with dementia: ‘ We don’t want them to think they’re forgotten.’
Celeste Hamilton Dennis ('24) reports on a program to make church services more welcoming to members with dementia
Kori Suzuki reports the latest in our coverage of Aging in American
Chris Chang reports on how low-income seniors struggle to find housing in San Fransciso.
Myah Overstreet reports on the Kingdom Care Senior Village in the latest from our Aging in America Project.
Felicia Alvarez ('23) reports on on an affordable housing community aimed at LGBTQ seniors in Sacramento.
Sofie Kodner ('22) reports on intergenerational housing as a way to protect seniors during extreme heat waves.
Katie Rodriguez ('23) reports on the risk extreme heat poses to older Americans and how "buddy" programs are emerging to help.
In Climate-Driven Disasters, Older People and the Disabled Are Most at Risk. Now In-Home Caregivers Are Being Trained in How to Help Them
Katie Rodriguez ('23) reports how in-home caregivers are preparing for climate emergencies for the IRP's Aging in America project.
Dancing away the loneliness: In the UK, social prescriptions help fight isolation during the pandemic
Sofie Kodner ('22) and Zachary Fletcher ('22) report on social prescriptions for loneliness in older adults for the IRP's Aging in America reporting project.
Jesse Bedayn ('21) reports for CalMatters on how nursing home residents end up stuck in facilities and unable to return to the community.
Sofie Kodner ('22) reports on how surveillance technology is changing caregiving for older Americans.
Zachary Fletcher ('22) reports on the friendship of octogenarian Sukari Addison and millennial Kathleen Toohill.
Sofie Kodner ('22) reports on lack of access to the internet in San Francisco's SRO buildings.
Zachary Fletcher ('22) reports on a new wave of climate activism among older adults.
Essential caregivers were locked out of nursing homes during COVID-19. Advocates don’t want it to happen again.
Anne Marshall-Chalmers ('22) reports for USA Today on the movement to allow essential caregivers to enter nursing homes, even during a pandemic.
Jesse Bedayn ('21) reports on a California program that helps older adults age at home instead of long-term care facilities
Anne Marshall-Chalmers ('22) reports on how elderly at small residential care homes are facing challenges getting COVID-19 vaccine
Anne Marshall-Chalmers ('22) reports on howCOVID is intensifying the plight of family caregivers
Anne Marshall-Chalmers ('22) reports on how the rapid vaccine rollout at California nursing homes is raising concerns
As part of our in-depth coverage of aging in America, Brett Simpson ('21) reports for The California Report Magazine on how some families are turning to in-home care as care homes become Covid hot spots.