Michael Burgess

The Village Movement that has spread across the country with residents helping each other as they age to remain living in their homes and community is making strides in the Capital District.

It seems hard to keep up with all the changes that are swiftly coming in this new digital era. There are so many great advances that help old people.

Caregivers who struggle to balance their jobs while caring for older or ill family members or newborns, or have added responsibilities due to a family member’s military deployment will have added s

There are 10,000 Baby Boomers retiring every day. Like every other phase in our lives, we Baby Boomers will change what retirement is.

In our community and all across the country, older Americans form the backbone of the volunteer corps that keeps our civic, social, health, veterans, community, and faith-based organizations going.

Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy will host a stakeholders’ meeting for over 200 representatives of area agencies on Wednesday, July 12, for the Age Friendly Albany County initiative he announce

With the state’s new Paid Family Leave program set to begin in January 2018, the state Workers’ Compensation Board and the Department of Financial Services filed their regulations for implementatio

Some of us of a certain age remember the days when doctors used to make house calls with their black bags. Well, things have come full circle.

The Village to Village Network (“Villages”), a nationwide network of neighborhoods and communities of older persons wanting to help each other to remain living in the community, has spread around t

Beginning on March 27, New York State required that all prescriptions be filed electronically by doctors or medical personnel.


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