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About Anthony Cirillo

Anthony Cirillo is president of The Aging Experience http://www.theagingexperience.com. He helps organizations craft experiences and seize opportunities the mature marketplace. He helps family caregivers thrive and individuals make educated aging decisions. He is a consultant and professional speaker.
Latest Posts | By Anthony Cirillo
How to Proactively Prepare Your Work Environment for a Potential Caregiver Crisis
2 weeks ago

How to Proactively Prepare Your Work Environment for a Potential Caregiver Crisis

Elizabeth Miller, a speaker at my third Caregiver Smile Summit, spoke to me about preparing for the inevitable caregiver crisis while you are at work. She is a family caregiver, certified caregiving consultant…
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11 Stages of Caregiving – What You Should Know When Taking Care of a Loved One
1 month ago

11 Stages of Caregiving – What You Should Know When Taking Care of a Loved One

I talk a lot about the life stages of a caregiver and the caregiving experience. For our Caregiver Smile Summit, we actually broke our segments into 12 life stages in order to mimic real life…
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4 Things to Consider When Leveraging Technology for Aging in Place
3 months ago

4 Things to Consider When Leveraging Technology for Aging in Place

Over the three years of our Caregiver Smile Summit, we have had leading experts speak about how technology can assist aging in place. In this article, we look at what they are seeing…
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Choose Happiness, Says the Wisdom of Our Elders
4 months ago

Choose Happiness, Says the Wisdom of Our Elders

What’s the secret to living a fuller, more content life? For John Leland, an award-winning New York Times reporter and author of the New York Times bestseller Happiness Is a Choice You Make…
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How Organizing Your Life Around Your Values Can Bring Joy (and Fun!) to Your Later Years
5 months ago

How Organizing Your Life Around Your Values Can Bring Joy (and Fun!) to Your Later Years

Dorothy the Organizer is America’s most innovative professional organizer. She’s known to millions as the peerless, yet endearing problem solver on the Emmy-nominated TV show Hoarders…
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My Father’s an Exhibitionist – What to Do When a Parent Acts Out
6 months ago

My Father’s an Exhibitionist – What to Do When a Parent Acts Out

As part of our ongoing Caregiver Smile Summit, I recently spoke to Dr. Pamela Pitman Brown, a credentialed professional gerontologist and a fellow in the Academy of Gerontology, about the topic of inappropriate sexual behaviors…
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How to Best Remodel Your Home So You Can Age in Place Safely
8 months ago

How to Best Remodel Your Home So You Can Age in Place Safely

Aging in place is the desire of many people but doing so comfortably can be a challenge. One of the keys to successful aging in place is to remodel your home to accommodate your needs. Read More

Aging Life Care Professionals: 3 Things You Should Know Before Hiring One
9 months ago

Aging Life Care Professionals: 3 Things You Should Know Before Hiring One

The stress of caregiving often puts strains on families and relationships, not to mention the toll it takes on someone’s health. But here’s the thing, you’re not alone in this. Read More

7 Things Enlightened Employers Are Doing for Caregivers: On Which End Are You?
10 months ago

7 Things Enlightened Employers Are Doing for Caregivers: On Which End Are You?

More than 42 million U.S. families, that is, 21 percent of households, experience daily limitations caring for a dependent adult. The economic value of these unpaid contributions is more than $500 billion, which is up from $375 billion in 2007. Read More

4 Ways to Combat Senior Isolation This Holiday Season
11 months ago

4 Ways to Combat Senior Isolation This Holiday Season

According to the AARP, 51 percent of people over 75 live alone. That’s 15 million people in the U.S., including 27 percent over 65. Of those numbers, 26 percent face an increased risk of death due to subjective feeling of loneliness. Read More