In the News
HPP books make headlines! Below is a list of news articles, journal reviews, and radio interviews that cover HPP books and products.
- How to handle residents that bully staff (McKnight’s Long-Term Care News, 8/11/16)
Insight from Robin P. Bonifas, author of Bullying Among Older Adults, on the different kinds of senior bullying, including residents bullying staff.
- Retirement housing becoming a family affair (The Baltimore Sun, 4/8/16)
Aging in the Right Place author, Stephen Golant, provides insight into the emotional considerations for the growing trend of caregivers moving into retirement homes with their loved ones.
- Aging Parents at a Distance Who Aren’t Really ‘Just Fine’ (U.S. News and World Report, 3/30/16)
Along with the clues to look for to ascertain the well-being of elderly parents currently living at home, Aging in the Right Place author Stephen Golant shares insight into the societal pressures older adults face to age in place.
- Stepping Up to the Plate (The ASHA Leader, October 2015)
Is it possible for people with dementia to eat familiar and favorite foods safely? A growing number of clinicians say yes, offering suggestions for SLPs who want to avoid recommending the often-rejected modified diet.
- Building a Memory (The ASHA Leader, August 2015)
SLP Jeanette Benigas will describe how clinicians can use the spaced retrieval method to help people learn new behaviors during voice treatment.
- The culture of Kansas (McKnight’s, 7/6/15)
Everyone in long-term care loves culture change. But there’s a secret.
- Creative Connections™ in Dementia Care, Interview with the Authors (Alzheimer’s Speaks radio show, 3/31/15)
Radio interview with authors Katie Norris and Jennifer Brush.
- Do You Really Want to Age in Place? (Forbes, 3/23/15)
Interview with Aging in the Right Place author Stephen Golant, on the pros and cons of aging in place, and the residential options out there for older adults.
- Expert advice for the over 55-crowd (The Boston Globe, 3/14/15)
From a single-family house in a gated community to an apartment on a college campus, the choices seem endless. Advice on sorting through the options.
- Most older Americans want to retire right where they live; you may have to show them why that’s not a realistic option (WealthManagement.com, 3/13/15)
Aging in the Right Place author Stephen Golant offers insight on the realities of aging in place.
- Where do you plan to get old? Author says “aging in place” isn’t right for everyone (Consumer Affairs, 3/6/15)
Aging in the Right Place author Stephen Golant says “aging in place” isn’t right for everyone.
- Aging in place concept has been oversold, professor argues (The Washington Post, 3/5/15)
Aging in the Right Place author Stephen Golant argues that aging in place might not be all it’s cracked up to be.
- Choosing to avoid institutional care: If you want to age in place, make housing choices while you’re still healthy (AgingOptions, 3/3/15)
- ‘Aging in place’ may be the wrong answer for boomers and their parents (UF News University of Florida, 2/19/15)
Aging in the Right Place author Stephen Golant reminds that the hallmark of successful aging is being proactive in planning rather than being reactive after a crisis.
- A Provocative New Way to Think About Dementia (Forbes, 12/29/14)
Just about everything you think you know about Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias is wrong.
- Do Pets Cause or Prevent Falls? (eCareDiary, 12/8/14)
- Stress Reduction Strategies for Cancer Caregivers (eCareDiary radio show, 10/14/14)
- Looking at dementia beyond drugs and disease (McKnight’s, 8/1/14)
- Dementia Beyond Disease—New Ways of Thinking (Family Caregivers Unite radio show, 6/24/14)
- Connections: Healthy Friday – Dementia and Skin Cancer (WXXI News radio show, 6/20/14)
- Dementia Arts: Celebrating Creativity in Elder Care (eCareDiary radio show, June 2014)
- Retirees are hardly retiring (The Baltimore Beacon, 3/21/14)
- Stars In Their Own Right: 20 to Watch in 2013 (Provider, January 2013)
Joyce Simard, author of The End-of-Life Namaste Care Program for People with Dementia, is honored by Provider Magazine’s 20 To Watch panel, presented as one of 20 shining examples of what it means to be an exceptional long term care and postacute professional.