Assisted Living News
Unarmed Man Shot by Cop in Florida Is a 'Hero,' Boss Says: He 'Put His Own Life at Risk'
A North Miami group home employee has been hailed as a "hero" after he was shot and injured by a police officer while he was lying on the ground next to a man with autism, who had run away from the home. Charles Kinsey, 47, a behavioral therapist at an assisted living facility, is seen in video
Unarmed Man With Hands Up Shot by Cop: There's 'No Justification,' Lawyer Says
An unarmed black man was shot and injured by police in Florida while he had his hands in the air -- a shooting that had "no justification," the injured man's attorney said today. The attorney released video of the Monday incident showing Charles Kinsey, 47, a behavioral therapist at an assisted
Man With Hands Up Shot by Cop: There's 'No Justification,' Lawyer Says
Cell phone video capturing the moments right before the gun went off 47 year old Charles kinsey is the main UC with upright chair. Lying on the ground with his hands high in the air sitting at his feet and autistic man cutesy care spore. Take a listen as he assisted living therapist clearly
Unarmed Man on Ground With Hands Up Shot by Officer
Charlie Kinsey, 47, was shot by an officer while trying to help a man with autism from the assisted living facility where Kinsey works.
Video Shows Unarmed Man on Ground With Hands Up Before Police Shoot Him
An unarmed black man was shot by police while attempting to help a suicidal man with autism in North Miami, Florida, officials said. Cellphone video from the scene showed 47-year-old Charles Kinsey, who is an employee of an assisted living facility, had laid on his back with his hands in the air
A NASCAR Great Battling Dementia Pledges Brain Donation
Fred Lorenzen, one of NASCAR's early stars, battles dementia and pledges to donate brain
Virginia Retirement Community Offers Tech Class Taught by a Teen
Laughter is constant in this room full of a dozen-or-so seniors as they toy around with new technology. “What are you doing to make it go away?” asks 78-year-old, Richard Smith . “I guess I took my hand off the mouse?” giggles his wife, 79-year-old Caroline Smith. Every month, Westminster at Lake
Investing in the Habits of Old and Young
For decades, investors have been focused on companies that market intensively to the baby boom generation – people born in the nearly two decades after World War II. This kind of demographic investing, as it’s called, has become ingrained in the DNA of American markets. Just Google “baby boomer
'10% Happier': These Zen Priests Could Make You Less Afraid of Death
Sensei Robert Chodo Campbell and Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison sat down with ABC News' Dan Harris for his "10% Happier" podcast.