Day for grandfathers and grandchildren celebrates love across generations.
A Landmark seminar leader has written a new book on her mother’s death from ovarian cancer, and the personal transformation that emerged out of it.
In Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, Mark Lombard created a way to connect the ill and immobile with great art – read more about this unique and moving project.
David Watkins went from being someone afraid to sing in public to founding Stage Door Entertainment, a rat pack themed performing group that touches the lives of the aged across Australia.
Ruth Pillet put together a team of senior tap dancers as part of a project started in a Landmark Education course.
Landmark Education News has received word that “Tying up Loose Ends”, the play focusing on end of life issues written and performed by Ann and Catherine Gallogly, will be appearing at the Chicago Center for the Performing Arts on December […]
On July 16th, Houston area newspaper The Leader ran a story about Robin Craig’s project to help her fellow widows. The project, which she came up with in Landmark Education’s self expression and leadership program, recognizes and acknowledges widows and encourages others to do the same.
Stacy Cabales created the art and music festival “Barongs of our Fathers” to honor and acknowledge Filipino fathers, to be held June 28th at the Foley Cultural Center in Vallejo, California. Created as her project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program offered by Landmark Education, Cabales decided to have the event be fundraiser for The Bayanihan Clinic, a Sacramento clinic that provides culturally and linguistically sensitive primary care to the underserved Filipino population, particularly World War II Veterans and recent immigrants.
Hale enjoyed the puzzles, and while taking a personal development class with Landmark Education to work through his own personal challenges — he identified himself as a procrastinator — he was inspired to use the puzzle to reach out to senior citizens. Hale, who is 64, has been retired for six years but in his own words “wanted to do something more.”
Out of taking Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership program, New Jersey native Jackie Hardrick has designed a new program, ‘Adopt-A-Senior,’ in which volunteers spend time with seniors in nursing homes or rehabilitation centers. The program began with a holiday party where seniors […]
On most bridal registries you will find things like coffee makers, china, linens and other household goods. If you were on the guest list of Linda and Richard Frary’s wedding last spring, you would have found goats, pigs and […]
As the United States popluation ages, an ever increasing number of seniors spend their days alone without visitors or companionship. For many of these seniors, lonliness is compounded by health issue and limited mobility. Jeannine Miller created a project called “A Little […]
Landmark Self Expression and Leadership Project called G.O.P.A.T. (Giving Old People A Thrill) New Zealand Self Expression and Leadership Program Participant Max Vodane created a project that brought the Ulysses Motor Bike Club together with the St. Andrews Retirement Community. […]
Originally printed inthe New Jersey Star-Ledger BY MICHELE HOWE Star-Ledger Staff Harvey Silverman retired from teaching in 1995. Sort of. Like many retirees, the former educator, who taught fourth and sixth grades in the New York City school system, stays […]