Green House Project Featured on NPR

first_imgby, Kavan Peterson, Editor, ChangingAging.orgTweetShareShareEmail0 Shareselder-woman-in-chair-in-bedroom-1024x926.pdfI just had the pleasant surprise of learning that Dr. Bill Thomas would be featured on NPR’s All Things Considered tonight discussing The Green House Project. I learned this thanks to a tweet from ChangingAging Blogstream member Martha Stettinius (@InsideDementia) when I regained cell reception after a two hour drive through canyon country to Grand Junction, Colo.It still amazes me how quickly the ChangingAging community has grown and how incredible it is to rely on far-flung members to keep up to date on important news. Thanks Martha!I’m blogging via iPhone at The Denver airport so I’ll borrow Martha’s post from this morning:I just heard on the radio that Dr. Bill Thomas of The Green House Project will be interviewed on NPR’s All Things Considered TODAY at 5 p.m. ET. Those of you who have read my book know that I think highly of the Green House Project, a radical alternative to conventional nursing home care. Only a few of us are lucky enough to have one nearby, but more and more Green Houses are being built across the country.Listen to his interview today, or download the recording from the NPR website after today: PostsThe Apple of Long Term CareIf McKnight’s Long Term Care News thinks The Green House Project is the Apple of aging services, let me introduce you to the “Steve Wosniak” of the Green House.Doc Thomas kicks-off new NPR series on “What Works”Tune-in to NPR’s Talk of the Nation with Neal Conan this Thursday, April 2, to hear Bill Thomas interviewed in the first of a new series on “What Works.” Dr. Bill Thomas graduated from medical school passionate about emergency medicine. He was a “real” doctor, working long hours in an…’Green House’ Communities Reinvent Elder CareTweetShareShareEmail0 SharesTags: green house project NPR nursing homelast_img read more

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