Sally Abrahms


Sally Abrahms, an award-winning writer, specializes in caregiving and housing for boomers and seniors. Her stories have appeared in TIME, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, AARP (the Magazine, the Bulletin, and aarp.org) and the Boston Globe, among others. She has written for msnbc.com, the huffingtonpost.com, PBS’s nextavenue.org, newsweek.com, and forbes.com and Intel-GE’s Care Innovations. For two years, Abrahms wrote a weekly AARP blog for family caregivers.


Recently Published on Caring.com

The Rising Price of Family Caregiving — Sep 28, 2015
What’s it like to be a family caregiver today? According to Caring.com’s annual 2015 Usage & Attitudes Family Caregiver Survey, the word is, more or less, “complicated....
When Downsizing Seems Boring: Creative Senior Housing Options — Sep 15, 2014
Ilene Greenberg of Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, has four close friends from high school who live in Connecticut, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and New York. Two are in first-...
Now Starring: Creative Arts for Elders — Aug 14, 2014
In her younger days, Joanne Grimm was an English teacher, "convincing eighth graders that adjectives were important to their lives." Today, the 81-year-old is trying to con...