Feelings of stress commonly arise out of the challenges of being a family caregiver. And, managing caregiver stress is a huge part of proper caregiver self-care. But, if you are also working outside the home, is stress at work . . . → Read More: Is Stress at Work Adding to Your Stress as a Family Caregiver?
Edith Mama Randolph, the Oldest Gospel Recording Artist, was over 100 years old when she recorded “Will There Be Any Stars in My Crown?” She was 99 when she was approached about making an album. She sang without printed . . . → Read More: Oldest Gospel-Recording Artist
Nola Ochs, the World’s Oldest College Graduate at age 95, set another world record by earning her Masters Degree at 98 Years Old! Now she is writing a book at age 100! Nola is pictured at left, at 98 . . . → Read More: Nola Ochs, World’s Oldest Masters Degree at Age 98, Now Writing a Book at 100 Years Old!
Allan Stewart graduated with a Master of Clinical Science degree from Southern Cross University at the age of 97. He received a law degree from Australia’s University of New England in 2006. Watch . . . → Read More: 97-Year-Old Man Becomes the Oldest University Graduate
Olivia Neubauer is still going strong and still in the classroom teaching reading at 100-years old! She started teaching in 1935. Watch this report by NBC News on this remarkable and inspiring woman » See more Stories of . . . → Read More: Olivia Neubauer – 100-Year-Old Teacher
Judge Wesley E. Brown was the oldest active federal judge in the nation’s history. He passed on recently at age 104. He reduced his caseload when his health declined in recent months. Watch a 2008 WSU Alumni Presentation Award . . . → Read More: The Oldest Active Federal Judge
Steve Jobs, 56, the founder of Apple®, died Wednesday, October 5, 2011, after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Despite his personal struggle, Jobs is remembered for his remarkable contributions to technology, including healthcare and wellness technology, and his . . . → Read More: A Tribute to Steve Jobs; Remembering His Legacy to Healthcare & Wellness
Good discussion of “Occupational Wellness” for Seniors, from NetWellness.org, Consumer Health Information published by the University of Cincinnati, The Ohio State University and Case Western Reserve University. As pointed out, one must not underestimate the value of an occupation . . . → Read More: Dimensions of Wellness – Vocational/ Occupational Wellness for Seniors
A definition and description of “Occupational Wellness” from the University of California, Riverside: “The ability to achieve a balance between work and leisure time, addressing workplace stress and building relationships with co-workers. It focuses on our search for a . . . → Read More: Wellness: Occupational Wellness