Yearly Archives: 2018

Re-think Ageing from the Old Economy Social Narrative.

This is an original post from December 2016 on the website Planet Longevity which will be reconstituted as part of Change Rangers on Jan.1 2019   For an inaugural year 2016, the National Institute on Ageing (NIA) at Ryerson University in Toronto looks to have set the stage well for its future vision. Closing with

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Age-friendly Global Network: Next Decade Looking Forward

Further to last week’s post, Age-Friendly Communities: Status Update, Halton Region, as promised I took a longer read of the recent 2018 WHO report titled The Global Network for Age-friendly Cities and Communities: Looking back over the last decade, looking forward to the next. For a brief historical reminder, the Global Network formed in 2010

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Age-friendly Communities: Status Update, Halton Region.

The WHO Global Age-friendly Cities and Communities Network formed in 2010 as an evolutionary response to the 2007 publication of the WHO Age-friendly Cities Guide, which in itself took some sixteen years to develop from The United Nations Principles for Older Persons Resolution A/RES/46/91 For some time, I have tracked and learned a lot about

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Finding an ARTful Later Life.

This is an original post from February 2017 on the website Planet Longevity which will be reconstituted as part of Change Rangers on Jan.1 2019   Often – if you are open to it – messages from the world of the arts, (arts in any form), that arrive seemingly in a singular way can actually

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