What if doctors could prescribe something to treat social isolation in seniors? It’s happening now in Silicon Valley.
Tara Bahrampour, The Washington Post


Inspiration Over Fear: Where Health Really Happens
by Matt Perry, California Health Report

Los Gatos, Saratoga: ‘Meet and Move program offers a bit of a break for family caregivers
by Khalida Sarwari, San Jose Mercury News

Meet & Move for Family Caregivers
Interview about linkAges and Meet & Move programs with Brent Carey on Today’s World, KOIT radio

Saving Time: Free time-bank program seeks to improve community health by combating social isolation
by Maria Grusauska, Santa Cruz Good Times

Caring for Caregivers
Interview about linkAges and Meet & Move programs with Sam VanZandt on South Bay Sunday, KBAY radio

linkAges: Creating Community Connection and Social Inclusion as a Form of Healthcare
by Jean Galiana, ACCESS Health International


linkAges: Building Support Systems for Seniors Living Independently in the Community
by Susan L. Hayes, Douglas McCarthy and Sarah Klein, Commonwealth Fund

Time bank volunteers offering free workshops
by Carl Sibley, Mountain View Voice

Dr. Paul Tang interview on NBC Bay Area’s Asian Pacific America with Robert Handa

Banking on a good time: linkAges TimeBank celebrates its launch in Palo Alto 
by Palo Alto Weekly staff

Vandana Pant and Patty Evans linkAges TimeBank interview on KTVU’s Bay Area People, with Lisa Yoshida

Vandana Pant linkAges TimeBank interview on Silicon Valley Voice, KKUP Radio
by Valli Sharpe

New program leverages the sharing economy to improve energy efficiency in
Palo Alto

by Victoria Thorp, Palo Alto Pulse

Saratoga: linkAges TimeBank can improve quality of life for local residents
by Khalida Sarwari

Cutting-Edge Approaches to Helping the Elderly Age in Place: Pioneering Ideas Podcast – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
by Paul Tarini

Caring for the caregivers: Meet and Move program aims to improve fitness and emotional support
by Rachel Lee, Mountain View Voice

The linkAges TimeBank
by Brent Carey, Today’s World, KFOX, The Game, KBLX, KOIT, Q102.1

A Smart Way to Curb Senior Loneliness: In this program, old and young people connect with one another
by Rachel Adelson, PBS Next Avenue

A meet and greet for your head and feet; PAMF, El Camino offer care for caregivers,
by Diego Abeloos, Los Altos Town Crier


Creating a community to connect, empower seniors, by Chris Kenrick,
Palo Alto Weekly

How Sutter Health gets your steps, heartbeat and sleep patterns into your health records (it’s surprisingly difficult) by Mark Sullivan, Venture Beat

Keeping Seniors Safer at Home Will Benefit Home Health Industry by Liz Seegert

Exploring a Culture of Health: Detecting Signals of Wellbeing, by Carolyn Graybeal, Discover

Leveraging Community for Successful Aging-in-Place: Q&A with Martin Entwistle, Part 2 of 2, by Shelly Gordon, G2 Communications, Inc.

PAMF “Empowers” Patients with Innovative Technologies: G2Comm Interviews with Martin Entwistle, Innovation Center Executive Director, Part 1 of 2, by Shelly Gordon, G2 Communications, Inc.

Walking the Talk, by Paul Span, New York Times



PAMF pilot program aims to track well-being of seniors via utility usage by Diego Abeloos, Los Altos Town Crier

linkAges Connect: It’s purpose is to spot meaningful shifts in the social and physical health of seniors before it’s too late, by  Victoria Colliver, San Francisco Chronicle

The linkAges Program, by Amy Hoak,  the Wall Street Journal’s Market Watch

PAMF Innovation Center linkages Program Receives $714,000 Grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation