Retirement on the Line: An Interview with Author & Anthropologist Caitrin Lynch

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We all love our weekends, but the senior workers at a Massachusetts factory love their work weeks even more.

That’s what cultural anthropologist Caitrin Lynch discovered after ...

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Who You Should Know in Assisted Living

Everything is new in assisted living: new names and faces to learn, new places to navigate (knowing how to find the dining room may take time), new routines to establish, new schedules to follow. These changes – in addition to the ...

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Florida Senate Report Demands Assisted Living Regulation Overhaul

In July, we reported on Florida’s assisted living regulation woes, announcing Governor Rick Scott’s appointment of a task force to work on troubled facilities where abuse, neglect, and questionable deaths had been reported.

Florida was one of many ...

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