The New York Times is hiring an editor for its Wirecutter team to cover accessibility and aging in place: https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/?ds_c=71700000087595749&gclid=CjwKCAjw682TBhATEiwA9crl31TYP0o3KSG1O5xJ_MLTPIO2iYcBxVZBMx89Uhrjll0eT3lqL00iBBoCeCsQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
Former U.S. Treasury economist Ernie Tedeschi wrote a guest column for the New York Times analyzing recent labor force employment data. Tedeschi sourced his information from the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey and discovered promising signs that people with disabilities are returning to the labor force. Check out Tedeschi’s full report in NYT and readers’ comments about why the trend is occurring.
September is World Alzheimer’s Month and one community arts center in Wales is using the occasion to host a series of dementia-friendly films. The goal of the series if to spark memories in dementia patients so the films will be silver screen classics like Some Like It Hot and Calamity Jane. Follow this link to a BBC News article by Karl Yapp to learn more.
A New York Times columnist reflects on going blind at age 80, and adjusting to the new world surrounding her. Read more