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Aging Well: Seven Lessons of High Quality Affordable Elder Care – Insights from Experts in Elder Care in the United States

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Aging Well: Seven Lessons of High Quality Affordable Elder Care – Insights from Experts in Elder Care in the United States profiles leading elder care workers and organizations in the United States. Meeting the healthcare and social needs of an older population is a worldwide public health challenge. Aging Well is a timely response to the global change in demographics. Read through the primary interviews on which the book is based.

Changing the Culture of Elder Care: An interview with Christopher Perna, The Eden Alternative

Embracing Life’s Experiences: An interview with Rebecca Priest, St. John’s Living

Dementia Beyond Disease: An interview with Allen Power

Person Directed Dementia Living: An interview with Karen Mitchell, Tena Alonzo, and Ivan Hilton

Systems of Care: An interview with Diane E. Meier, Center to Advance Palliative Care

Delivering the Right Care at the Right Time in the Right Setting: An interview with Kristofer Smith, Northwell Health Solutions

Aging in Place: An interview with Allan Teel, Full Circle America

Long Term Care Insurance: An interview with Claude Thau

Quality Assurance: An interview with Erin Giovannetti and Michael Barr

Coordinated Care for Veterans: An interview with Erik Langhoff

Supporting the Informal Caregiver: An interview with Mary Mittelman, NYU Caregiver Intervention

The Art of Alzheimer’s Caregiving: An interview with Jed Levine, CaringKind

Alzheimer’s Caregiving: An interview with Elizabeth Bravo Santiago, MedicAlert NYC Wanderer’s Safety Program and CaringKind

Person Centered Dementia Care and Healthy Dying: An interview with Davina Porock

Redefining Living With Dementia: An interview with Karen Love and Jackie and Lon Pinkowitz, Dementia Action Alliance

Living with Dementia: An interview with Brian LeBlanc

Community Living for all Ages: An interview with Joani Blank

Embracing Life’s Experiences: An interview with Rebecca Priest, St. John’s Living

Lifelong Living and Learning: An interview with Anne Doyle, Lasell Village

The AdvantAge Assessment: An interview with Mia Oberlink

Redefining Aging for the Twenty First Century: An interview with Ruth Finkelstein

Age in Everything: An interview with Lindsay Goldman, Age-Friendly NYC

Building Socially Integrated and Sustainable Communities: An interview with Emi Kiyota

Creating Community Connection and Social Inclusion as a Form of Healthcare: An interview with Paul Tang

Disrupting Emergency Medicine: An interview with Kevin Riddelberger and Mark Prather, DispatchHealth

A Model for Acute Care at Home: An interview with Bruce Leff, Hospital at Home

Jean Galiana

Jean Galiana

Jean Galiana has been with ACCESS Health International since 2015. She conducts qualitative research on innovative elder care delivery in the home and community, inclusive housing, age friendly cities, dementia, person centered care practices, palliative care, and coordinated primary care.

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