Bay Area Reporter/New America Media , News Feature, Posted: Apr 20, 2014
In San Francisco, African American LGBT seniors face double discrimination from racism and ageism, a recent report shows.
Bay Area Reporter/New America Media , News Feature, Posted: Apr 18, 2014
Discrimination and lack of family leave many LGBT seniors isolated and even suicidal. But New York and San Francisco are seeing changes.
Hyphen Magazine, News Report, Posted: Apr 16, 2014
The largest generation in U.S. history is cruising into their golden years. Over the next twenty years, the number of folks in the U.S. aged 65 and older will double in size and climb to 20% of the population. These staggering numbers loom over national debates regarding the budget and healthcare as we tackle the issues raised by the aging of our parents and grandparents.
Central City Extra/New America Media , News Analysis, Posted: Apr 14, 2014
San Francisco is responding slowly to recommendations to improve the safety of its 500+ SRO hotels housing vulnerable elders and those with disabilities.
Senior News 50 & Better/New America Media , News Feature, Posted: Apr 13, 2014
Can’t sleep? Studies warn seniors to visit their doctor before another trip to buy store sleep aids that can cause big health care headaches over time.
Forbes/New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Apr 12, 2014
If you’re 65-plus and want to rock on, not get in a rocker, what will you do next? Author Kerry Hannon has tips on how to find the best career coach for you.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Apr 10, 2014
Recent reports show many LGBT Latino seniors experience multiple layers of discrimination, housing limitations and can’t count on community support.
Bay Area Reporter/New America Media , News Report, Posted: Apr 09, 2014
Science now enables those with HIV to survive--and many are aging isolated and depressed. Some are organizing for group support and better services.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Apr 08, 2014
As California moves low-income people into managed care plans, one disability advocate expresses hope for the new program—as well as concerns.
Buffalo News/New America Media , News Feature, Posted: Apr 07, 2014
As gambling addiction grows among seniors, researchers try catching up in a seeming race to stop the cash flow between casino ATMs and slot machines.
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