Aging With Grace
Research Project Cited References Information Page in APA format

Aging in Place Topic references:

2013). Aging in Place [video]. United States: PB News Hour
Retrieved from http://ageinplace.com/at-home/aging-in-place-home-ideas/


N.A. (N.D.) The national aging in place council. Retrieved from http://www.ageinplace.org/


N.A. (N.D.) Aging in place ideas. Retrieved from http://ageinplace.com/at-home/aging-in-place-home-ideas/


Janine L. Wiles, Annette Leibing, Nancy Guberman, Jeanne Reeve, Ruth E.S. Allen. The Meaning of Aging in Place to Older People. The Gerontologist, vol. 52, 2011, 10 pages, 2011. doi: 10.1093/geront/gnr098 


Sarinnapha Vasunilashorn, Bernard A. Steinman, Phoebe S. Liebig, and Jon Pynoos. Aging in Place: Evolution of a Research Topic Whose Time Has Come. Journal of Aging Research, vol. 2012, Article ID 120952, 6 pages, 2012. doi:10.1155/2012/120952

Arial (2010). Aging In Place [illustration.] Retrieved April 19, 2014 http://www.absoluterestorationsinc.com/aging.html

Alternative Treatments for Alzheimer’s Topic references:

H. Fukui, A. Arai, and K. Toyoshima. Efficacy of Music Therapy in Treatment for the Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease. International Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, vol 2012, Article ID 531646, 6 pages, 2012. doi:10.1155/2012/531646


Brendan J. Kelley, David S. Knopman. Alternative Medicine and Alzheimer’s Disease. Neurologist, vol 2008. 14(5): 299–306, 2012. doi: 10.1097/NRL.0b013e318172cf4d


Dennis Thompson Jr. (N.D.) Non-Medical Therapies for Alzheimer’s-
Learn how pets, music, and other recreational activities can help to treat a person with Alzheimer’s disease. Every Day Health. Retrieved from http://www.everydayhealth.com/alzheimers/non-medical-alzheimers-therapy.aspx


N.A. (N.D.) Alternative Treatments. Alzheimer’s  Association. Retrieved from https://www.alz.org/professionals_and_researchers_alternative_treatments_.asp


(2013). Coconut oil for Alzheimer’s and other Natural Cures [video]. United States: VitaLife Show. Episode 74. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60dF4vuyZ4Y


N.A. (2014). Alzheimer’s Brain [illustration.] Retrieved April 19, 2014 from http://health.india.com/news/indian-scientists-find-clue-to-alzheimers-cure-in-deadly-snakes-venom/

Senior Solutions Agency Topic References:

Marieke Van Willigen. Differential Benefits of Volunteering Across the Life Course. [Abstract] The Journals of Gerontology, vol. 2000, Article ID S308-S318, 2000. doi: 10.1093/geronb/55.5.S308


Shigeki Yokoi. Supporting Senior Citizens to Learn IT Skills. International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Pages 1-14, Vol. 2, No 2. 2009. Retrieved from http://www.academic-journals.org/ojs2/index.php/IJCSE/article/viewFile/804/28


(2013). Thanks to Volunteers, Elderly Can Age in Place [video]. United States. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDbgrmu5GX8


N.A. (N.D.) Senior Solutions- Our Services. Retrieved from http://www.seniorsolutions.bz/our-services


N.A. (N.D.) Boise Senior Center. Retrieved from http://www.boiseseniorcenter.org/


Michelle Sath. (2011). Woman Painting. [Photograph.] Retrieved April 19, 2014 from http://www.signalscv.com/archives/48129/

I really thought this scholarly journal was interesting because it doesn’t involve medicine, but it look sat Alzheimer’s and treatments very differently, as it tackles the idea of music therapy as a form of treatment.

This first scholarly article on Alternative Medicine and Alzheimer’s disease was chosen because it further analyzes the different herbal options and goes through explaining very well what they are, and what they do to the body and how they specifically help to treat the disease.

I chose to share this webpage because it goes the other route from the former link and provides some tips on alternative treatments that do NOT involve medications/ herbal supplements.

I chose to share this off site link because it goes into some herbal and other forms of natural treatments for Alzheimer’s that might not be well known, it also talks a little about the safety of each treatment option- which is valuable information when diving into alternative treatments.

I chose to share this video because it goes over some topics that were disused in class about new/alternative methods for treating Alzheimer’s with a different approach- which is the preemptive strike of PREVENTION. This video lists some key food groups that will help support health brain functions as we age.

I chose to share this image because it illustrates how Alzheimer’s affects people in many different areas of their thinking and how they interact with themselves and other people.  

I chose to share this image because it illustrates how Alzheimer’s affects people in many different areas of their thinking and how they interact with themselves and other people.  

I chose this second Scholarly article on the concept of aging in place because it really allows the reader to discover the fact that aging in place is indeed becoming more popular as time goes on by looking at the facts presented within this study.

This first scholarly journal goes into further detail about what it means to older people to be able to actually age in place. I liked this journal because it highlights the freedom that aging in place involves…

-this website offers some great ideas about home remodeling that help people make small changes in their home to help them reach their goals of aging in place. This site is neat because it offers lots of suggestions, and room specific changes such as bathroom upgrades you might have not thought about, to kitchen counter top heights and so on. Very neat! v

This link will take you to an offsite address that provides a great resource for someone who wishes to be able to age in place. It offers information on some of the following: Assisted living, elder law, In home care services,  home remodeling to better meet your changing needs, occupational therapy, and so on.

-This video shows how the “village concept” helps other to be able to remain independent for the rest of their lives while they age in place in their own homes- this allows them to stay out of nursing homes.