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Working Longer and Retirement: Applying Research to Help Manage an Aging Workforce

Working Longer and Retirement: Applying Research to Help Manage an Aging Workforce With millions of Americans living longer lives compared to prior generations, it’s inevitable that many will want to work to later ages, for a number of reasons. For example, many workers may want to accumulate more retirement resources, continue their career aspirations, or [...]
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Improving Communication for People with Hearing Loss

Improving Communication for People with Hearing Loss Read the conference proceedings On March 14 and 15, 2017, we convened a group of distinguished experts representing the fields of medicine, engineering, psychology, sociology, law, government, health economics, health policy, industry, technology, and advocacy, to elaborate key issues, compile existing evidence, and identify questions to which answers [...]
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Family Decision-Making Surrounding Life-Threatening Illness

Family Decision-Making Surrounding Life-Threatening Illness Read the Proceedings In April of 2015, the Stanford Center on Longevity convened a conference to explore and discuss key unanswered questions about decision-making surrounding life-threatening illness and end of life. The aim of the conference was to identify critical turning points and decision contexts that optimize the likelihood that [...]
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“Pass it On: Mobilizing Encore Talent to Transform the Prospects of Vulnerable Children and Youth”

“Pass it On: Mobilizing Encore Talent to Transform the Prospects of Vulnerable Children and Youth” Download the proceedings The conference, “Pass it On: Mobilizing Encore Talent to Transform the Prospects of Vulnerable Children and Youth,” was sponsored by the Stanford Center on Longevity, the David & Lucile Packard Foundation, and Encore.org and was held at [...]
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Vehicle Automation Holds Promise for Older Drivers

Vehicle Automation Holds Promise for Older Drivers senior woman driving car The headlines have recently been full of stories promising self-driving cars that allow passengers to relax and take it easy on the way to their destinations. Such capability could be life-changing to many seniors who are no longer able to drive safely on their [...]
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Adapting to an Aging Workforce – New York 2014

Adapting to an Aging Workforce – New York 2014 January 30-31st, 2014 Download the proceedings The Center’s first conference about the aging workforce, which convened on the Stanford campus in April 2013, demonstrated the range of employer viewpoints on the aging workforce and made clear that there was a lot more to learn. To continue the [...]
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Brain Health Conference 2013

Brain Health Conference – 2013 On April 12, 2013 the Stanford Center on Longevity and the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin convened a summit on brain health, focused on reviewing the current state of research behind software products and approaches that aim to defend against age-related cognitive decline. This meeting follows a [...]
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Adapting to an Aging Workforce – Stanford 2013

Adapting to an Aging Workforce – Stanford 2013 April 18-19, 2013 As a follow-up to this conference, the Center convened a second “Adapting to an Aging Workforce” Conference in New York in January 2014. Read more about the New York conference. Download conference proceedings The Stanford Center on Longevity, with the support of Marsh & McLennan Companies, [...]