As promised here’s an update on phase two of the Stanford Center on Longevity Design Challenge; the announcement of the top 7 Finalists. Let’s recall the theme of the contest – “maximizing independence for those with cognitive impairment”. Stanford received 52 submissions from 31 universities in 15 countries which makes this a truly international affair.
Monthly Archives: January 2014
The language in the business of aging as it relates to insurance and pension fund providers seems lofty if not lost on us, but we do know, based on the recent gathering storm of news; that not only should we be more literate about financing our individual longevity, we should also be more aware of
On your next visit with your elder mother in the local retirement residence, you will likely be in the emotional throws typical in care giving, symbolically manifested in the straightening of a crooked picture on the wall, which has been the source of some distress to her ever since your last visit. And then at
Every new year is a promise. The promise of the first baby born on the split second after midnight in every corner of the globe. The promise of a bucket list of new year resolutions busted in the first week, and the promise of 7 billion plus people aging one day at a time all