With the support of The Association for Growth and Education (AGE) and in partnership with Stanford Center on Longevity, Esalen Institute, Encore.org, and more, this global initiative aims to create meaningful multi-generational experiences and conversations that help reverse a culture of ageism
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As life expectancy increases, Stanford centers and research lead the way in supporting healthy, productive, and purpose-driven lives that may span a century.
Stanford researcher Susan Wilner Golden says people should be assessed based on what they do rather than how old they are.
Aging can be an uphill slope, with the right perspective.
Thoughtful planning while you’re still employed can help you figure out a fulfilling and balanced next chapter.
The senior housing industry is starting to plan—and build—for a much older future.
Today’s youth likely have decades of “extra” time coming to them. Psychologist Laura Carstensen wants them to spread those years out.
Susan Cain’s new book explores how bittersweet view of life can lead to creativity, connection.
How can you begin to embrace longevity and use your years on this planet in a more affirming, productive and meaningful way?