Monthly Archives: April 2017

Recoding a Longevity Society: Age Inclusive Communities

The evolution of community is every generation’s project. One of the main themes that has emerged strongly for me, through the nearly seven years of this blog has been what I have categorized up to now – aging and community design. Part of that story here has pivoted around the Age-Friendly Cities movement as proposed

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Stanford Design Challenge 17/18

“Promoting Lifelong Healthy Habits Through Design” With the champagne fizz still alive after the celebration of this year’s event finals on March 30th, the Stanford Center on Longevity has announced this theme for their 5h annual Design Challenge 2017-18. Based on the web site overview, in this context, healthy habits include financial, physical and social

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Entrepreneurship: A Shared Generational Venture

Following a thread from my recent guest post on the Aging Matters Blog at Sheridan College – Centre for Elder Research, on April 26, 2017, I will be co-presenting at their Business of Aging Global Network breakfast in Mississauga. Renee Devereaux – Manager, Entrepreneurship & Changemaking at Sheridan College and I, will moderate a group

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