As Senior Meals Go Ethnic, Health, Funding, Strict Rules on Menu With Bok Choi
 

As Senior Meals Go Ethnic, Health, Funding, Strict Rules on Menu With Bok Choi

Hyphen/New America Media , News Feature, Lisa Wong Macabasco , Posted: Aug 28, 2015

Wonton Soup? Tacos? Serving ethnic elders familiar food might seem easy for senior meals programs to cook, but culturally appropriate offerings face challenges.

 

Wonton Soup, Bok Choi--Subsidized Comfort Meals New for Ethnic Elders

 

Hyphen/New America Media , News Feature, Lisa Wong Macabasco , Posted: Aug 27, 2015

How do you say “Meals on Wheels” in Chinese? Ethnic comfort food is the newest trend in home and group meals for increasingly diverse older Americans.

 

AgeSafe’s Radar Technology Offers New Way to Keep Elders Safe at Home

 

News for Chinese/New America Media , News Feature, Cecilia Y. Zhong , Posted: Aug 16, 2015

Two Asian American entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley are using low-power radar for an emergency response system to keep elder safer in their homes.

 

From Nanodiamonds to Car Service, South Asian Businesses Find Senior Market

 

Siliconeer/New America Media , News Feature, Amar D. Gupta , Posted: Jul 24, 2015

South Asian entrepreneurs with nanodiamond technology or a car service are finding gold in the Silver Economy of aging boomers.

 

BOSTON: Gentrification Hits Elders on Housing Costs

 

Bay State Banner/New America Media , News Report, Sandra Larson , Posted: Jul 15, 2015

As gentrification drives Boston’s boom, some elders are safe, but others find themselves vulnerable.

 

BOSTON: Rents Put Squeeze on Black, Chinese Elders

 

Bay State Banner/New America Media , News Report, Sandra Larson , Posted: Jul 13, 2015

Boston’s African American South End and Chinatown have been hard hit as luxury units displace affordable apartments, forcing out many elders.

 

Indian American Elders in U.S. Recreate Home From Florida to California

 

India Currents/New America Media , News Feature, Sarita Sarvate , Posted: Jul 12, 2015

New retirement-living developments for Indian American seniors in the U.S. are creating an atmosphere of shared culture, camaraderie and companionship.

 

How ACA is Changing Chronic Care at Hospitals

 

Philadelphia Inquirer/New America Media , News Feature, Mark Taylor , Posted: Jul 10, 2015

Obamacare is accelerating changes in how hospitals treat patients with chronic conditions like diabetes, heart failure and obesity.

 

For Chinese Elders, Hospitals Innovate With Language, Staff--and Video Games

 

World Journal/New America Media , News Feature, Richard Lee, Posted: Jul 08, 2015

Older Chinese immigrants find U.S. health care challenging, but San Francisco-area hospitals created new programs, including one using video games.

 

Town Copes With Retirement Trend of Friendly, But Sparse Rural Living

 

Spokesman-Review/New America Media , News Feature, Erica Curless , Posted: Jul 07, 2015

As U.S. retirees seek the peaceable pace of rural towns, places like Republic, Wash., look to each other to solve for mutual support.

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