Boom For The Baby Boomers
How ministry leaders can help older adults be a vital part of Christian community With the explosion of the older adult population, this important book explores the opportunities and challenges that this presents for the Christian community. Amy Hanson challenges us to let go of many old stereotypes regarding aging and embrace a new paradigm that sees older adults as active, healthy and capable of making significant contributions.
Offers tips and techniques to help alleviate baby boomers fears by providing solutions for improving and maximizing their financial situations in order to plan for the retirement years.
Because researchers often treat baby boomers of color as belonging to one group, quality data on the individual status of specific racial populations is lacking, leading to insufficiently designed programs, policies, and services. The absence of data is a testament to the invisibility of baby boomers of color in society and deeply affects the practice of social work and other helping professions that require culturally sensitive approaches.
11 baby boomers (born between 1945 and 1965) share their loves, lives, laughter, sorrow, disappointments, and hope with the reader. Meet Joe from Philadelphia, Lucy from El Salvador, Barbara from New York, Rick from Alabama, Penny from the United Kingdom, Steve from Pennsylvania, Robert from from Connecticut, Grace from Los Angeles, Jane from New York and Illinois, John from Salinas, and Kristine from California.
This is a more upbeat modern version of my original book BOOM for the Baby Boomers. It is the second in my series of three books all centered around my Affiliate Mastery Internet Business. I not only explain but give my all for the 25 35 year olds in a d
Baby Boomers, remember the holidays? Aluminum trees, "The Chipmunks Song," TV specials with the Peanuts gang or the Grinch? Remember making Chex Mix and Green Bean Casseroles?The true and sometimes wacky stories behind the fads and holiday traditions of the Boomer Era are stuffed into this book. Who invented Bubble Lites? Did an Oregon DJ really get fired on the air for playing Elvis' version of "White Christmas?" What were the secret histories of Barbie and Ken, Slinkys, Play-Doh, and games like Operation? The Boomer Book of Christmas Memories reveals all this and more! If you're a Baby Boomer, or if you want to thrill someone born between 1946 and the 1960s, this book is certain raise a smile, a squeal, and maybe even a toast.
A heartwarming, wry, and often surprising collection of essays about the next rite of passage for Baby Boomers: what happens when the kids leave home As the baby boom generation ages - the oldest are now turning sixty - many of them are learning to