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Aging at Home: Then and Now

Peggy Flynn (author of The Caregiving Zone) tells us how to update the aging process and make home a creative stage set for the last part of life.

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Valerie Andrews
Valerie Andrewshttps://reinventinghome.org/
VALERIE is the Chief Storyteller for Reinventing Home, an online magazine exploring how home shapes our culture, creativity, and character. Isabel Allende calls this publication Brain Pickings for the Home—a thinking person’s guide to the well-lived life. Our contributors explore home as a personal sanctuary and interactive hive, and how home contributes to our health, happiness, and productivity. Valerie calls her own features “a mindful approach to home with a Jungian twist” and considers everything from the secret lives of our possessions to how the dust underneath your bed is related to the creation of the cosmos. Reinventing Home is nonprofit journalism at its best—a virtual living room for an enlightened conversation about the way we feel about our nests and the bigger issues that are shaping home today, from technology to climate change. Read more at www.reinventinghome.org

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  1. Thanks for pulling this subject up, Valerie.
    Having elderly parents is one thing, but when they live in another state or country where both culture and services are different, assisting them long distance is no preparation for growing old in a different country. So listening in here was great.

    When I thought my mother shouldn’t drive, I took her keys and said that all she had to do to get them back was to get a driving instructor to say she was OK for the road. If she didn’t have enough wherewithal to do that, she probably shouldn’t drive, either. She never drove again, but that was “her own decision.”

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