New guide helps baby boomers initiate difficult discussions with aging parents - Published Monday November 16th, 2009

TORONTO - James Watzke is a gerontologist and internationally known for his work on housing for seniors, so you'd expect when his own parents started having mobility issues, everything would be under control, not so.

Sixty-seven-year-old Irene Verner, right, shows good 
form while bowling on the Nintendo Wii with researcher 
Dr. James Watzke at the York West Active Living Centre 
in Toronto Friday, November 13, 2009.