The Immigrant Magazine/New America Media , News Feature, Posted: Oct 18, 2014
Dying in America is new to many Ethiopian elders and their families, but palliative care programs can make the experience less burdensome.
American Commercial News/New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Oct 14, 2014
Chinese Americans are learning not to avoid the taboo topic of death, but to take charge of their end-of-life decisions for their peace of mind.
Next Avenue/New America Media , News Feature, Posted: Oct 12, 2014
Inés, Molly and Sofia teamed up at last summer’s Entrepreneurs in Training camp to design an assisted-living website that might help their grandparents.
Chinese Daily News-World Journal/New America Media , News Report, Posted: Oct 09, 2014
Although two-thirds of Asians would rather die at home, only one-third don't die in institutions. Palliative care programs can help ensure the system honors their wishes.
El Tecolote/New America Media , News Report, Posted: Sep 28, 2014
Many California low-income seniors and people with disabilities may find a new program can help them cut through Medicare and Medi-Cal paperwork.
Park Bugle/New America Media, News Report, Posted: Sep 27, 2014
Over 40 states have plans for the growing senior population with Alzheimer’s. Minnesotans want their communities to be safe and “dementia friendly.”
Audrey Magazine, News Report, Posted: Sep 17, 2014
Kenneth Shinozuka is only15-years-old, but he already has a goal in life: He aims to discover a cure for Alzheimer’s Disease. Until that day comes, it seems that Shinozuka spends his time trying to find ways to make things just a little easier for patients with Alzheimer’s as well as those who take care of them.
Asian Journal/New America Media , News Report, Posted: Sep 15, 2014
Low-income California Filipinos and advocates say new state health program is confusing, but holds promise for better care.
Alhambra Source/New America Media, News Report, Posted: Sep 12, 2014
Advocates for San Gabriel Valley’s low-income Latino and Chinese elders say California’s new Cal MediConnect program needs better outreach.
Los Angeles Sentinel/New America Media , News Report, Posted: Sep 06, 2014
Low-income people with HIV are among Californians who can gain from a new care plan. But they need to get educated on often confusing choices.
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