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Older adults find ways to help – and stay safe – in upcoming election
The Richmond Standard, September 19, 2020
The Sit List: Five things to do – even some outside! – this weekend
Berkeleyside, July 24, 2020 - Sharing Arts and Culture presentation by Connie Schultz
East Bay nonprofit checking in on self-isolating seniors
The Richmond Standard, April 19, 2020
Commonwealth Panel on "Relieving Social Isolation Among Seniors"
April 8, 2020.
Executive Director, Andy Gaines, served on a virtual panel of experts addressing social isolation among older adults.
Joining a Village in Your Older Years
Oakland Magazine, April 2020
Bay Area seniors taking in stride call to self-isolate, advocates ask community to help seniors connect
KTVU Fox 2, March 16, 2020
The Bay Area's senior community found itself working to digest new COVID-19 guidelines when Governor Gavin Newsom on Sunday took the “profoundly significant" step to call on those 65-years-old and older to isolate themselves at home.
Opinion: It could be your grandmother: How you can help older adults navigate the pandemic
Berkeleyside, March 16, 2020
Op-Ed by Executive Director, Andy Gaines, and Board Chair, Andra Lichtenstein on how to support the older adults in our community during this pandemic.
Pilot program aiming to keep seniors in their homes 'successful'
The Richmond Standard, January 2, 2019
Press release on Ashby Village's approved expansion into Richmond
Innovative Housing Solutions
Capital Public Radio, February 5, 2019
In "A New Solution to the Student Housing Crisis: Retirees Roommates," CalMatters features a new approach to solving Bay Area housing challenges. Ashby Village's Executive Director, Andy Gaines, cites the group's partnership with U.C. Berkeley to match housing opportunities between retired seniors and college students.
Spotlight on Ashby Village. A World of Seniors Engaged in Their Community
Berkeley Hills Living, May 2018
Ashby Village is a "virtual" senior community, one without wall. Members, aged fifty and above, support one another in remaining active and independent while living at home. More importantly, Ashby Village helps harness the power of aging in the community through continuous learning, social connection, and maintaining a sense of purpose.
Reframing Aging: Exhibit Features Reflections on Growing Old
Cal Alumni Association, California Magazine, January 2018
“I can only quote what George Burns answered when someone asked him what was the best thing about being 95,” said Troy Duster, a comparative youngster at only 80: “No peer pressure.” Duster, UC Berkeley emeritus professor in sociology, former President of the American Sociological Association and Ashby Village member, is one of a dozen seniors being profiled in a new photographic exhibition at UC Berkeley’s Doe Library titled “Reframing Aging,” which, true to its name, mirrors changing attitudes about growing old.
Cities Are Looking Into Ways to Become More Age Friendly to Seniors
KQED, August 2016
There is a rapid increase in our senior population, thanks to the baby boomers, so many cities are preparing to be more age-friendly in response.
Berkeley's Ashby Village Celebrates Fifth Year of Helping Seniors Help Themselves
Berkeleyside, July 2015
Aging in America: Crisis in long-term care
CBS Sunday Morning, October 2014
One Moment You See, Then You Don’t
NYTimes, August 2014
There’s No Place Like Home: Seniors Hold on to Urban Independence Into Old Age
PBS News Hour, August 2014
Medical note takers help keep the information straight
USA Today, February 2014
It Takes a Village: Seniors Thrive While Living at Home
NBC Daily Nightly Brian Williams, January 2014
Senior Villages help people stay independent
By Victoria Colliver, Health Reporter
CBS San Francisco Channel 5 News, August 2012
Ashby Village featured in Japanese Press US News, Takeshi Yabe, August 2012
Service Allows Bay Area Seniors to stay in their homes Don Ford reports
New "Villages" help aging Americans stay at home by Suzanne Bohan
Village Movement Spreading around California by Joan Aragone
Seniors get help from Village Support Network News story on ABC Channel 7 News
Oakland Conference to offer tips for Seniors in Village Movement Report by KCBS' Jeff Bell
ALL NEWS 740 AM, October 23, 2011
Village Movement takes root among UC Berkeley's dynamic elders by Yasmin Anwar
UC Berkeley News Center, October 20, 2011
A 'village' born of acceptance, engagement and an eye on the future by Barry Bergman
UC Berkeley News Center, October 20, 2011
It Takes a Village by Marlene Bagdikian (Ashby Village member)
The Real Social Network: It's not only a neighborhood - it's a Village AARP The Magazine, May/June 2011
Aging In Berkeley: It Takes a Village Berkeley Daily Planet, September 17, 2009
Sometimes it Takes A Village to Let Seniors Stay at Home
NPR, December 15, 2017
Person of the Week: Caregivers Allow for Dignified Living Situations for Aging Parents ABC News, February 4th, 2011
Senior Villages Take Root As Movement Matures
Senior villages that help elderly stay at home come to West Coast
Happily Ever After Berkeley Monthly, November 2009
Aging In Place (Broadcast) Kojo Nnamdi Show, WAMU 88.5, Washington, D.C. September 30, 2010
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