Long Term Care

Chronic Disease Self-Management for Seniors

Evidence-based programs that are making a difference
Leading Age
November, 2011
http://www.leadingage.org/magazine/november-december2011.aspx

Blazing A New Trail for An Aging Population

Profile of an osteopathic innovator and leading educator
Rensselaer Alumni Magazine
Summer, 2006
http://www.rpi.edu/magazine/summer2006/dialogue.html

Flower Power

How nature affects people physically, emotionally and cognitively
FuturAge, August 2008
www.carolmilano.com/FEAT_FlowerPower_V7N4.pdf

Outdoor Spaces For Activity and Community

innovative approaches for getting seniors outside and exercising
FutureAge
July/August, 2005
www.carolmilano.com/outdoor.html

Building A Culture of Wellness

How to plan, staff and operate a fitness center for senior citizens,
and the rewards of starting one
Best Practices In Aging Services
Spring, 2002
www.carolmilano.com/wellness.html

A New Light on Dining In Patients With Alzheimer's Disease

Simple changes in place settings, contrasts and illumination improve nutrition and      social interaction
Long-Term Care Interface (cover story)
August, 2004
www.carolmilano.com/dining.html

Fiscal Fitness: Creative Fundraising For New Programs and Services

Fresh approaches that have succeeded, for specific projects
Best Practices in Aging Services
January/February, 2003
www.carolmilano.com/fiscal.html

Design Concepts That Spur Social Interaction

Can a physical environment subtly encourage seniors to mingle?
Best Practices In Aging Services
July/August, 2003
www.carolmilano.com/design.html

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