Monday, October 24, 2011
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
A “PUPPET MASTER” GETS EXPOSED. Something like 10,000 aging services professionals from across the globe are gathering in Washington, D.C. this week at LeadingAge’s annual conference. For about five minutes Monday morning, October 17, I, Stuart Greenbaum, will be the center of attention. The recipient of the international organization’s annual Public Trust Award.
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Eskaton’s Thrill of a Lifetime Initiative “found” his brother in Japan and then reunited the siblings by mail. Now with the support of more than a hundred generous donors, including California State Assembly Member Mariko Yamada, funds have been raised to send Ohye to Japan to reunite in person with his long-lost brother.
The intercontinental reunion is scheduled for later this year.
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
NEW ESKATON “BUDDIES” CONNECT. Along with the new school year this September comes the much-anticipated launch of another Eskaton Kids Connection. Sixteen classrooms of elementary and secondary schoolchildren are being introduced to their new “buddies” in a dozen different Eskaton communities. In just its third year, this signature piece of Eskaton’s Intergenerational Initiative has quintupled in size – now boasting more than 500 inter-age friendships, with plans to continue growing as fast as its youthful participants.