These days I find myself reminiscing about my grandparents. Perhaps this is a characteristic of aging; perhaps I’m just caught up in remembering. My grandparents lived lightly on this earth. They didn’t acquire unnecessary “stuff.” They composted their kitchen scraps to use in their garden. They reused paper bags, candy…
Transforming the Conversation | The Ruth Frost Parker Center for Abundant Aging Blog
The Center is an initiative of United Church Homes centered in Marion, Ohio transforming aging through Education, Engagement, Outreach and Advocacy to build a culture of community, wholeness and peace.
About the Center
Named in honor of Ruth Frost Parker, a former member of the UCH Board of Directors, the Center for Abundant Aging seeks to build on her vision and generosity which continues to inspire and impact so many.
The Center for Abundant Aging seeks to bring together current theory and practice in the fields of gerontology, geriatrics, spirituality and aging, healthcare, housing and public policy within the context of the wide variety of professional fields upon which each of the communities of United Church Homes depend.