Latest from the Blog

"If you are breathing, then you have a purpose."

By Maria Glover Wallace

In honor of National Minority Health Month (April) and Mental Health Awareness Month (May), I sat down with artist and musician Carol James to talk about art, identity and aging.

Carol discovered her passion for creative arts at the age Read More

TAKE ACTION: Tell the Office of Budget and Management that Diverse Elders Need Disaggregated Data!

By Jenna McDavid

Did you know? Federal agencies (like those that administer education, housing, and employment programs, just to name a few) are NOT required to count detailed data for diverse communities. Instead of asking whether an elder identifies as “Cambodian,” “Vietnamese,” or Read More

Latino Seniors Have a Rising ‘Hip’ Problem

By Diverse Elders

By Jackie Edwards, Contributing Writer, This post originally appeared on SaludToday.

Did you know more than 300,000 people over age 65 are hospitalized for hip fractures every year?

Hip fractures have steadily declined over the years. But Read More