Monthly Archives: May 2014

Overlapping Aspects of Global Aging -3

Global aging and the welfare of women. Life expectancy for women differs across the world depending on so many variables such as when you were born and where you live; combined with associated risk factors like disease, access to medical … Continue reading

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Overlapping Aspects of Global Aging -2

Two other overlapping aspects of global aging referred to in Alvin Powell’s article Managing an Aging Populace are “declining fertility and rapid aging”. What’s interesting about this is how these two topics crisscross continents. Where, for example, do both meet … Continue reading

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Overlapping Aspects of Global Aging -1

For all persons on the street with an address in “Any Town, Earth”, we are (as someone echoed my thoughts recently) – all of us, aging. Only, we’re at different pin-points on the continuum from 2 to 102. In the … Continue reading

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Age Aware Marketing: Opportunity for Clarity

About five weeks to go for the Sheridan Elder Research Centre one day Age Aware Summit (June 12) in Oakville, Ontario. First stop in Canada apparently, Dick Stroud is the key note speaker. He is co-author with Kim Walker of … Continue reading

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