Bridging the Eldervoid
I remember getting off the school bus in Caracas, Venezuela, when I was about 7, to find my grandfather running across the field. He was dressed in his Italian collared shirt
Honoring Our Elders
There are few things in life that bring me more joy than watching my grandmother enjoy retirement. After working as a nurse for more than three decades, she retired in
Love Is Good Medicine
It’s never too late for love, goes the adage. But is it harder to find intimacy as you age? And is it worth the trouble?
Elder Power
These first-time activists show that the front line isn’t just for the young.
Marita Golden is the co-founder and president emeritus of the Zora Neale Hurston/Richard Wright Foundation; has taught in the MFA programs of both George Mason and Virginia Commonwealth universities and
Rooted in Care
Dear Reader,  Like most people, I didn’t think much about aging when I was young. I’m now 53, and many people I love are firmly in the elder stages of
Why I Give
Diane Depuydt Gainesville, Florida Diane is a Founders’ Circle member and longtime YES! reader.  What kind of work and/or volunteering do you do? I followed an eclectic path that included

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