Donors, students, faculty and members from the board of counselors gathered to celebrate the growing success of the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology during this year’s scholarship dinner.
Archive: November 2016
With populations aging across the world and 10,000 U.S. baby boomers turning 65 every day, maximizing the potential of driverless technology for older adults should be an obvious priority, says USC Davis Distinguished Scholar in Residence Paul Irving.
The Wall Street Journal published a column by USC Leonard Davis Distinguished Scholar in Residence Paul Irving on how driverless cars could be beneficial for older adults’ independence.
Combined with neighborhood and socioeconomic risk factors, air pollution could mean more cognitive impairment for vulnerable older adults, says USC Davis School researcher Jennifer Ailshire.
USC Provost Michael Quick and Vice Provost for Faculty & Academic Affairs Elizabeth Graddy honored USC Davis School Vice Dean Kelvin Davies at the Galen Center November 22 during the USC-New Orleans men's basketball game.
KPCC’s Off-Ramp quoted research from the Los Angeles Caregiver Resource Center, a part of the USC Leonard Davis School’s Family Caregiver Support Center, and interviewed one of the center’s clients for a story on caregiving during the holidays.
The Chicago Tribune spoke with Professor Jon Pynoos about preventing falls with changes in the home and exercise to improve balance.
Dr. Donna Benton, director of the USC Family Caregiver Support Center, shares tips on how to show appreciation for friends and family members who care for others.
The Associated Press, USA Today, the New York Times, and others reported on a JAMA study highlighting a decline in American dementia rates. University Professor and AARP Professor of Gerontology Eileen Crimmins collaborated with University of Michigan colleagues on the study.
USC registered dietitian says family, friends, traditions and flavor are the recipe for success at any age.