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  • Posted on April 5th, 2012

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    American Indian End-of-Life Care

    Dave Baldridge recently published an article on end of life care programs for American Indians and Alaska Native elders. It can be accessed online at http://www.chronicdisease.org/?page=Briefs and then clicking on the title “Moving Beyond Paradigm Paralysis: American Indian End-of-Life Care (2011)”.

  • Posted on October 7th, 2010

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    End-of-life issues for ethnic elders

    New America Media (NAM) has a great two part series on end-of-life issues for ethnic elders. Reporter Julie Pham focuses on the Vietnamese, Somali, and Latino populations in Seattle. Part one focuses on how most ethnic elders knew little about or were reluctant to vote on the physician assisted suicide law in Washington. In part [...]

  • Posted on October 4th, 2009

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    News on Ethnic Elders from New America Media

    Aging in the Inland Empire: Redefining Poverty & the ‘New’ Poor — Part II — African-American Elders in Peril New America Media, News Report, Linnie Frank Bailey, Posted: Sep 11, 2009 This is the second in a two-part series examining the plight of African-American elders and people with disabilities in Southern California’s Inland Empire. New [...]

  • Posted on September 11th, 2009

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    News on Ethnic Elders from New America Media

    1. Health Care Reform School By Paul Kleyman Editor’s Note: Seasoned aging and elder issues commentator Paul Kleyman remixes the news–and misinformation–on health care reform as he pronounces “The Boomers are coming!” Many conservative news sources have distorted the stats on Obama’s victory, Kleyman argues, especially when it comes to the assumption of conservatism among [...]

  • Posted on August 30th, 2009

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    Family Caregivers Declining For American Indians

    New article on Native Caregivers by OMO Governing Body member Dave Baldridge and OMO Health Data Task Force member Mario Garrett. The article “Family Caregivers Declining for American Indians, Alaska Natives” was published in Aging Today, a publication of the American Society on Aging. See below for an excerpt and click here to read the [...]

  • Posted on February 10th, 2009

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    Dave Baldridge featured in New America Media article

    OMO Executive Committee & HDTF member Dave Baldridge was featured in a recent article of New America Media entitled, “Advocates for Ethnic Elders Look Beyond Inaugural Euphoria” published Jan 25, 2009. “David Baldridge, a champion of Native American elders for two decades, lamented, “It’s seemingly always about the dollars—and America’s political will (or lack of [...]