The National Council on Aging partnered with the University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology to develop a series of resources that feature home modification and home safety programs, assessment tools, and funding sources for families and professionals.
Older adults can prevent falls and continue living safely at home by making a few modifications, writes Emily Nabors of the Fall Prevention Center of Excellence.
USC Leonard Davis School and Rebuilding Together team up to serve Angelenos in need and teach professionals how to help older adults age safely at home.
Three students share how their gerontology education empowers them to help older adults become healthier and happier.
Baby boomers expect amenities in their senior care environments. USC Master of Arts in Senior Living Hospitality student and senior living executive Mariele Soriano is embracing this reality.
Inspired by a popular class, Paths to Leadership in the Senior Living Industry, edited by Edward Schneider and Matthew Lifschultz MAASM ’18, collects the wisdom of top senior living leaders.
Current literature is not sufficiently inclusive of the issues African-American women face as they attempt to age in place, says Reginald Tucker-Seeley.
More important than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic, USC experts teach students how to design and operate senior living facilities that promote public health.
Having walkable cities, good transit and the opportunity to work and connect would be good for residents of all ages.
Jon Pynoos’ connection with a 73-year-old leads to a life of helping aging adults and people with disabilities.