Monthly Archives: March 2015

Residential Prospects for Homing Pigeon Boomers – 2

Thinking about roosting in later life takes on several dimensions in a continuum of life changes. You no doubt have seen those, perhaps in their late 60’s, who choose their next move to be from a big suburban house to … Continue reading

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Residential Prospects for Homing Pigeon Boomers – 1

You would be an entrepreneur executive with $2 Billion, foresight to look fifteen years out, and you had applied age-friendly marketing as a guide, to develop residential prospects for a reasonably affluent Boomer population looking right now for more choice … Continue reading

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Ernest Côté, a certain type of character.

In my Jan.13 post, I commented on the passing of a certain type of character at the death of British WW2 veteran Bernard Jordan at age 90. He was the “great escaper” from the Pines Care Home in England who … Continue reading

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Stanford Longevity Design Finalists, 2014-15

Enabling Personal Mobility Across the Life Span. This is the theme of the 2nd Design Challenge from the Stanford Center on Longevity announced in September 2014. Recently the eight project finalists were announced, with the top prize scheduled for April … Continue reading

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Aging & Longevity – A Global Affair.

Today marks the 4th anniversary of Change Rangers weekly blog! “Envision the promise of longevity” is my opening tag line, which is in effect more of a reverse way of posing a question. What is the promise an extended lifetime … Continue reading

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