GREEN, Lyndsay




Author Tags: Health, Women

Lyndsay Green is a sociologist who spent her career helping people use communications technologies for learning. Motivated by her aging parents and family, and facing her own qualification for the Canada Pension Plan, she turned her focus to researching the impact of aging. She was born in Toronto and has lived and worked in most of Canada's provinces and territories. She moved to BC in August 2013 to try and find her "perfect home for a long life."

BOOKS:

The Perfect Home For a Long Life: Choosing the Right Retirement Lifestyle For You (Toronto: Thomas Allen Publishers, 2013) ISBN 978-1-77102-271-2

Teens Gone Wired: Are You Ready? (Toronto: Thomas Allen Publishers, 2011) ISBN 978-0-88762-809-2

"Turkey Flap Wisdom" in I Feel Great About My Hands and Other Unexpected Joys of Aging ed. Shari Graydon, (Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre 2011) ISBN 978-1-55365-786-6

You Could Live a Long Time: Are You Ready? (Toronto: Thomas Allen Publishers, 2010) ISBN 978-0-88762-527-5

“Passing On the Torch” in Bringing It Home: Women Talk About Feminism in Their Lives, ed. Brenda Brown, (Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 1996) ISBN 1-55152-034-6

Babies Aboard (Camden, Maine: International Marine Publishing Company, 1990) ISBN - 13: 9780071560306

[BCBW 2013]