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How Will Villages Age As Their Members Do? 

Villages get help defining the boundaries for providing care, the ethics of working with members’ families, assessing mental and physical decline and other issues that develop as organizations age along with their members.

Daily Breeze explains how Palos Verdes Peninsula Village will help seniors age in their homes. Read it here.
Next Avenue: Where Grown-ups Keep Growing: This is a valuable website with resources on health and well being, money and security, work and purpose, living and learning and caregiving.

Peninsula People Profiles Village Chair Sherry May Read it here

New York Times Reports: Retirees Turn to Virtual Villages for Mutual Support   Read it here

What Do We Talk ABout When We Talk About a Village? by Betty Lukas for the Peninsula News

The Peninsula News also explained the who, what, when, where and why of The Palos Verdes Peninsula Village in an earlier, January 15, 2015 article. You can read all about it here

The Pasadena Village produced an oustanding video in which some of their members explain what they enjoy about their group. You can view the video here
Watch a video of a May 2014 meeting at the Peninsula Center Library, where early organizers of our local Village explained the who's, what's when's where's why's and how's of what it's all about. You can view the video here.

CBS Sunday Morning News explains the Village Concept  in a show entitled Aging In America. View it here.

NBC's Brian Williams talks about his in-law's decision to "age in place"  in this story. They explain why they made that decision and how it's working out.

The Executive Director of Keck medicine at USC discusses the advantages of the Village movement for caregivers here.

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