Together we can learn and grow from our elders, as we provide connection and value for them.

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  • Lavender Ladies, a picture book for elders
    Lavender Ladies - a picture book for elders by Beth Ann Miller
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  • Operation Highjump: the diary of a young sailor
    Operation Highjump
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  • DIY Lavender Ladies Book Project
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    Digital download version Operation Highjump
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    Lavender Ladies - picture book for elders
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Why books for elders?

Every developmental stage has it’s specific needs, and elders are no exception. After the age of 80, brain development shifts whereby details are not so important, and the bigger picture is in clearer focus than ever before (or so they say, since I’m not over 80 I cannot personally vouch for that. I can tell you that in my work with elders, my experiences are consistent with that research.) Ageless-Sages.com Publishing leads the way by providing entertainment material for elders that address their changing needs.

THE ONE UNIVERSAL TRUTH ABOUT AGING excerpt from Fast Company Magazine

The most surprising finding (Nadia Tuma and her team discovered ) was when they asked people to envision an aging utopia–and an aging dystopia. In every single country surveyed, the utopia had generations living together in harmony, learning from each other, and helping one another other. The dystopia, conversely, strictly segregated young and old.

“The vast majority of people said aging well means spending time with people who are both younger and older than you,” says Tuma. “It’s about intergenerational connections.”

Why books?

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