• Funding Initiatives Seek Innovative Approaches to Addressing Aged Care Needs

    LeadingAge, the U.S chapter of IAHSA, and Comic Relief, a member of NCF in the UK, have established independent but related efforts to identify and support innovation in aged care organizations. Both organizations have grant programs based on an application process whose aim is to expand and share innovation initiated by not-for-profit organizations. Comic Relief has […]

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  • Person-Centered + Non-Invasive Technology = Excellence in Dementia Care

    IAHSA’s U.S. Chapter, LeadingAge recently awarded the Excellence in Dementia Care Award to Presbyterian SeniorCare, a nonprofit provider of aging services in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that developed a residential Alzheimer’s community aimed at promoting self-care through non-invasive technology. The award recognizes an organization for creating programs or services that are models of excellence and contribute significantly to the quality […]

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  • Person-Centered + Non-Invasive Technology = Excellence in Dementia Care

    IAHSA’s U.S. Chapter, LeadingAge recently awarded the Excellence in Dementia Care Award to Presbyterian SeniorCare, a nonprofit provider of aging services in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that developed a residential Alzheimer’s community aimed at promoting self-care through non-invasive technology. The award recognizes an organization for creating programs or services that are models of excellence and contribute significantly to the quality […]

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  • Member Spotlight: Service Delivery in Cameroon

    IAHSA member Community Development Volunteers for Technical Assistance (CDVTA), founded in 1998, delivers services to the most vulnerable older persons in rural communities in northwest Cameroon where elderly face poverty, limited health care, inadequate housing and neglect. They are often the primary caregivers for grandchildren and other family members and are looked to for financial […]

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  • Award winning cartoonist, Tony Husband, unveils his mural at the Belong Warrington opening ceremony.

    U.K’s Belong Villages Opens Fifth Village

    The Belong Villages are well known in the UK for their innovative approach to design and care. In August 2014, Belong opened its fifth village in Warrington. One of the earlier Belong Villages, Wigan Village is featured in Architecture for an Ageing Population published by IAHSA in 2013. Belong Warrington is built on a transformed brewery site and has […]

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