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The Active Aging Forum is a discussion board for practitioners and researchers in the active aging field. This is where professionals around the world can share ideas, suggestions, and strategies concerning aging.

 

There are two forums: a research forum and a professional issues forum. Hosts start new discussions by providing an open-ended question, highlighting a trend, or pointing out a provocative issue. Before joining the discussion, please read our forum rules.


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The Active Aging Forum is a discussion board for practitioners and researchers in the active aging field. This is where professionals around the world can share ideas, suggestions, and strategies concerning aging.


There are two forums: a research forum and a professional issues forum. Hosts start new discussions by providing an open-ended question, highlighting a trend, or pointing out a provocative issue. Before joining the discussion, please read our forum rules.


Have a question or need help? Read the Forum FAQs or Contact Us.



 
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Researcher Question

As new research is finding ways to diagnose Alzheimer’s, some doctors are choosing to use the tests in research studies without telling the subjects the results of their tests. Should the information be shared with the patients? read more

Practitioner Question

With recent reports of questionable billing in several areas, including Medicare outpatient therapy services, how can we help stop this type of activity? Do you know of specific steps being taken to avoid these discrepancies in billing? read more

December 2010 Researcher Question

It can sometimes be a challenge to translate research into effective community practices. What have been some of the most successful research-to-practice examples? read more

December 2010 Practitioner Question

One of yoga’s fastest-growing fan bases is seniors age 70+, and many studies show that elderly yoga practitioners can gain flexibility and significantly improve other quality-of-life measures. Do you offer yoga to your clients? What have been the results? read more

November 2010 Researcher Question

It can sometimes be a challenge to translate research into effective community practices. What have been some of the most successful research-to-practice examples? read more

November 2010 Practitioner Question

Many psychosocial needs of seniors and children’s are complementary. Some of these needs can be met when seniors and kids come together to learn and share experiences. Do you have success stories of your programs or know of others? Describe. read more

October 2010 Practitioner Question

Social networking use among Internet users aged 65+ grew by 100% in the last year, says Pew Research Center, bringing participation levels to 26% in that age group. How are you using social networking like Facebook to engage clients? read more

October 2010 Researcher Question

Social networking use among Internet users aged 65+ grew by 100% in the last year, says Pew Research Center, bringing participation levels to 26% in that age group. How are you using social networking like Facebook to engage your clients? read more

September 2010 Practitioner Question

Social networking use among Internet users aged 65+ grew by 100% in the last year, says Pew Research Center, bringing participation levels to 26% in that age group. How are you using social networking like Facebook to engage clients? read more

September 2010 Researcher Question

Social networking use among Internet users aged 65+ grew by 100% in the last year, says Pew Research Center, bringing participation levels to 26% in that age group. How are you using social networking like Facebook to engage clients? read more
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