Director’s Editorials

Each quarter, VCoA's Director, Ed Ansello, Ph.D., addresses a contemporary issue in aging with an editorial published in Age in Action. Readers have asked Dr. Ansello to post these separately to aid in broader communication and to ease searches on these topics.

 

Fix and FIt to Age in Place - Fall 2016
Neighborhood Walkability and Health - Summer 2016
What Are the Needs of Older Adults? - Spring 2016
Animal Cruelty and Elder Abuse - Winter 2016
Disappearing before My Eyes - Fall 2015
Remembering Our Friends - Summer 2015
Preventing Financial Exploitation - Spring 2015
We Happy Few: Accomplishments in Calendar 2014 - Winter 2015‌
Calorie Labeling - Fall 2014
Older Prisoners - Summer 2014
Virtual Villages for Aging in Place - Spring 2014
The Healthy Brain Initiative - Winter 2014
Being in the Moment - Fall 2013
Partnering - Summer 2013
Dreams and Wonder - Spring 2013
Lessons from a Sequoia Grove - Winter 2013
All the World's A Stage - Fall 2012
Walkability - Summer 2012
Geriatric Home Makeover - Spring 2012
Is Aging a Disability? - Winter 2012
Baby Boomers and Stereotypes - Fall 2011
Forever Young - Summer 2011
Falls - Spring 2011
The Most Terrible Poverty - Winter 2011
Filling the Gap - Fall 2010
On Becoming Invisible - Summer 2010
The Blank Tablet of Aging - Spring 2010
Aging as an Option - Winter 2010
Awaken the Sleeping Giant - Fall 2009
Blanche DuBois Geriatrics - Summer 2009
My Passage to India - Spring 2009
Sold a Bill of Goods - Winter 2009
Priorities in a Time of Crisis - Fall 2008
It's About the People - Summer 2008
Geriatric Training and Education (GTE) Projects - Spring 2008
Tackling Elder Abuse - Winter 2008
Health Care Reform and Family Caregivers - Fall 2007
Fiscal Year Retrospective - Summer 2007
Re-imagining the experience and study of aging - Spring 2007