Dr. Ken Canfield: 5 Activities Kids Love to Do with Grandparents

By |2018-09-24T07:38:37-05:00September 19th, 2018|Authors, Books, Culture, Media Interview Pitches|

Hot Topics: Work & Family | Grandchildren | Healthy Relationships | Videos | Become A Member 5 Activities Kids Love to Do with Grandparents From Dr. Ken Canfield, PhD and the National Association for Grandparenting As a grandparent, spending time with your grandchildren is how you connect and bond with them. If you’re looking for simple ideas on what [...]

George F. Will: In Los Angeles, lifting up the fatherless

By |2018-08-31T10:51:46-05:00August 31st, 2018|Articles, Culture|

Washington Post Opinions By George F. Will  Opinion writer LOS ANGELES The worst day of Sugar Bear’s 55 years was one of the days — there have been many of them — when he got out of prison. In the early 1990s, in a prison where people whose sentences have ended and are being released see those [...]

Filling the Grandparenting Void

By |2018-08-21T16:10:41-05:00August 21st, 2018|Guest Statements, Op-Ed|

Most of us have no chance to change the world. But any of us can have an impact on our own little corner of the world.  Don Shulz is a 64-year-old retired gentleman who suffered a stroke over four years ago. Now, he’s restricted to a three-wheeled motorized wheelchair. I’m sure some men in that condition would [...]

Rich Or Poor, Grandparents Drive New Markets

By |2018-08-21T08:55:25-05:00November 20th, 2016|Authors, Culture, News, Op-Ed|

NOV 1, 2016 | Richard Levick, CONTRIBUTOR Rich Or Poor, Grandparents Drive New Markets When demographic trends create new demand, entrepreneurs respond with innovative products and services. Productivity rises, jobs get created. Yet the overall dynamic is all the more exhilarating when, as a result, social problems are solved or averted. Now consider thesedemographics: As [...]

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