by Arlen Hollis Kane By now some of you know that I’m a Big Apple Greeter. It’s a volunteer position that puts me in touch with people from around the country and around the world. I get to practice my language skills, the word “skills” being used with great recklessness. My
by Leslie Farin Spain consistently ranks highly worldwide for the health and longevity of its residents. What’s keeping them kicking so long? Japan has had the longest life expectancy in the world for many years, but a new study says Spain will soon move to first-place with an average life expectancy of 85.8
Photo:The Freebird Club CEO Peter Mangan, left, with members image credit:www.irelandxo.com Its creator hopes to help curb social isolation and add joy to traveling In his excellent new book, The Longevity Economy, MIT AgeLab Director Joseph F. Coughlin makes a compelling case that too many businesses fail to recognize or understand older consumers.
by Leslie Farin RENT THIS HOME ON AIRBNB! Designing and building an accessible home is a journey, one which requires education, patience and compromise. Our goal was to build an affordable one-story lake house that was both beautiful and comfortable for visiting family or friends who are burdened in some way with
Have you been to Granbury, Texas? ACCESSIBLE GRANBURY is an entire website dedicated to helping navigate this wonderful small town for those with mobility disabilities. Nestled between the Upper Hill Country and North Texas is a hidden jewel called Granbury, just minutes from the Dallas and Fort Worth metroplex. Some say it