AARP CA hosted a watch party and discussion at the USC LDSG during the 2015 White House Conference on Aging on Monday, July 13.
USC LDSG University Professor Caleb Finch, Assistant Professor Jennifer Ailshire, and Ph.D. student Nick Woodward were interviewed for Mother Jones’ July-August 2015 cover story.
While 40 percent of Baby Boomers expect to remodel their homes, few do so with their own health and aging in mind.
Conducting research in the Institute of Population Ageing at the University of Oxford, 2008 USC LDSG MSG graduate Patricia O’Neill completes her doctoral dissertation.
A new partnership between the USC Davis School, The Hartford Center for Mature Market Excellence, and Crawford Contractor Connection educates contractors on how to assess the homes of older adults for risks and help homeowners age in place. [Continue Reading…]
Katy Fike, Ph.D. ’09, is lauded for her work as co-founder of Aging 2.0, a network of innovators using technology to improve the lives of older adults.
2015 USC Davis Master of Science in Gerontology graduate Alexander Woodman says his experiences at the Davis School have prepared him to be a leader in international public health and be an advocate for vulnerable people at every stage of life. [Continue Reading…]
The Cal State LA Applied Gerontology Institute, directed by Davis School PhD alumna Valentine Villa, has been awarded $55,000 from the California Community Foundation for a training program for family caregivers of those with Parkinson’s disease and related brain disorders. [Continue Reading…]