Rachelle Norman, MT-BC shares a wealth of information on her sites. While I highly recommend being a member of Soundscaping Source, following her posts on Facebook will keep you in the loop on important news articles.
#2 Michelle Seitzer (This Facebook page is closed. Be sure and follow her blog.)
Michelle is a writer, editor, and eldercare specialists that has connected me with a range of people. Check out the materials she shares for yourself. And, consider being a part of the eldercarechat on Twitter which Michelle helps lead.
#3 Amy Goyer
Amy’s page is helpful for so many reasons. She works for AARP, is a caregiver, and an author. The fact that Amy is also champions multigenerational (intergenerational) relationships is an added bonus.
Knowing what is being shared by this agency might influence and inform your work. As they don’t have daily posts, you may need to purposefully look at their page to see what they are sharing. (Those lovely algorithms at work..)
Knowing what is happening across the creative arts with respect to aging is important.
#6 Your Area Agency on Aging
Sorry, no link on this one. You’ll have to do the searching for it. Yes, you can follow the parent organization, but I recommend you specifically follow the one in your area. Knowing what the hot issues and resources are in your area can help help you better serve your community.