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Aging & Longevity & a Phantasmagorical Landscape of Innovation, Part 2

When it comes to technology innovations in a market that addresses the global aging and longevity narrative, one of the first topic areas the mind usually leads to is health care, which in itself is a broad territory; and within … Continue reading

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Aging & Longevity & a Phantasmagorical Landscape of Innovation, Part 1

As a diligent follower of trends in technology developments that are inserting into the global aging narrative, I permit myself to be fascinated, not only because of the potential business opportunities but also because this market area has encouraged creativity … Continue reading

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Aging & Longevity, Conference Round Up 2017.

Happy New Year! For the 4th year now, it has become an annual thing to lead off with a short list of selected major conferences or symposiums around the world, under the macro theme of Aging and Longevity. As usual, … Continue reading

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Technology and Aging in Place: Insights,Take 1

As you think about the current cohort of older people, maybe your parents, grandparents or friends much older than you are, who are living in their own home with health and/or mobility issues – aging in place as it were, … Continue reading

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Optimal Aging in Place: What Million$ can do.

“If I had a million dollars… I’d buy you a house… If I had a million dollars… I’d buy you furniture for your house… If I had a million dollars… I’d build a tree fort in your yard…” Ed Robertson, … Continue reading

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Canada’s Aging Demographic Speed Limits

How we view the prospect of aging in a longevity society depends on what lens we look through, what part of the world we live in, what socioeconomic experience we have and where we are at a particular age and … Continue reading

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Retirement Industry, in the Middle of an Evolution

Watch and listen carefully to the discernible shifts in the substance and tone in discussions about economic issues in an aging society. In some cases it sounds like a doomsday soothsayer’s convention for the end of the world, as we … Continue reading

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Retirement Board Game in a Time Capsule Journey.

At the risk of being too serious over a Labour Day long weekend, I decided to lay out some ideas for future blog posts. In the process, I found my way back to my newly refiled library of articles and … Continue reading

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Bridges & Thoughtful Fortuity in Later Life

In what turned out to be a serendipitous spinoff from my post last week – A 100-Year Life in a Blue Zone – I elected to take a day to clean out my office. I refiled my library of articles, … Continue reading

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Summer Shorts 24 – Later Life Stages & Single Women

Women. – “You’re single, aging and thinking about the future.” So begins the new book, fresh off the press three weeks ago by Jill O’Donnell & Jackie Porter – Single by Choice or Chance (The smart woman’s guide to living … Continue reading

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