In the study, 8 percent of caregivers reported high levels of depression, and nearly one-third reported high levels of strain.
“Housing an Aging Population – Are We Prepared?” offers a stark look at the housing challenges associated with aging baby boomers.
In late March, veterans with disabilities faced a new challenge: enduring six days of intense training on the slopes of Snowmass, Colo.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has combined several government organizations for seniors and people with disabilities under a new umbrella—the Administration for Community Living (ACL).
Recent research from the Institute of Food Technologists’ Wellness 12 meeting highlights the growing need for food to help seniors control illnesses and chronic conditions.
A new biomarker assay panel for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) could predict disease progression.
No one plans to become disabled, either through injury or illness. Yet statistics show that these things do happen. What can you do if it happens to you or a family member?
Anne Hambleton, assistant director of the Hill Foundation, discusses the new Web site FacingDisability.com.
Paralyzed Veterans of America National President Bill Lawson met with senators and representatives on March 22.
The deadline for applications is May 11.
Educational events are scheduled throughout the year for children and caregivers.
- By Laurie Watanabe
- Apr 15, 2012