I AM A SONIC BOOMER, NOT A SENIOR... In this blog, I am writing to and for those who believe that the Boomers will change what the word Senior means. I also believe that Boomers will change what retirement means in our society. The blog is also for those who are interested in what life after retirement may look like for them. In this blog I highlight and write about issues that I believe to be important both for Seniors and working Boomers.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
The Healthcare Administrator website's list of top 50 ageing blogs for 2016.
This list is published by an Alabama public school health teacher. As you review the list you will see that the majority of the list target professionals in ageing services and businesses rather than old people themselves. Still, you might find some of them useful. Here are the top five, The entire list is here.
Ageing is something we all have to face in life. Many people are willing to share their own first-hand or second-hand experience with the process of ageing. Below, we have created a detailed list of the top 50 ageing blogs out there.
The team that runs GeriPal (Geriatrics and Palliative care) takes a very careful approach to ageing. They are focused on creating a community for people who are interested in geriatrics and palliative care. They are very open to news, modern research into the topics of geriatrics and palliative care, as well as the free exchange of ideas about them. If you want to become a contributor to the team, you can contact Eric Widera or Alex Smith.
The John A. Hartford Foundation blog offers a lot of information on how you can improve the lives of elders. It has become their mission to educate the capable members of society on the proper care for elder people, and how to ensure elder people’s needs are met with respect and kindness.
Brain Today is a blog that focuses solely on the brain, how it works, and what can happen to it as we age. You can find plenty of information on dementia, MS, and Alzheimer’s there, as well as quirky tests that show how magnificent the brain can get.
The ABC in the title of the blog stands for About Being Connected. EldercareABCblog is a place where you can learn more about how to care for your loved ones when they need it most. They have vast resources and plenty of articles and blog posts focusing on everything you need to know about the proper care of an ageing parent. As a bonus, if you sign in to their newsletter, you will receive their free e-book Worried About Eldercare Costs: 31 Facts You NEED to Know.
HospicePhysician is a blog run by a fellowship trained and board certified hospice and palliative physician. On the blog, you can find information about taking care of hospice patients, but also true stories and recounts of life, death, what comes in between, and people’s touching true stories of battling cancer.