Reducing the Inequity Gap: Designing for Affordability Under that theme, the top three winners of the 7th annual Design Challenge at the Stanford Center on Longevity were announced today. Following this contest since its inception in 2013, for fun I always review the finalists and choose my top three, and compare to the actual outcome.
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“The next time you’re asked to imagine an aging person, we hope that you won’t quite know where to begin.” So reads a quote from the early pages of a new book – The Future of Aging from SE Health in collaboration with Idea Couture, which had its launch event in Toronto on February 19th.
Researching to make timely revisions for my Making Sense of a Longevity Economy presentation, for some reason beyond the norm, the stream of variant news items coming my way is at the point overflow. As the years slip into the third decade of this century, I suspect this means that this volume of simultaneous trends,
Gaining enthusiasm ahead of the announcement any day now, of the finalists in the 6th annual Stanford Longevity Design Challenge 18/19, this is a preliminary look at what the theme for this year is all about. Firstly the title – Contributing at Every Age: Designing for Intergenerational Impact. Thinking of this, we should take
Here is my 2019 – 6th annual January blog post with a short list of selected major conferences or symposiums around the world, under the macro theme of Aging and Longevity. As usual, I try to avoid featuring events that are overtly commercial in nature. I look for ones that present a professional and constructive
This is an original post of a 3 part series co-authored with colleagues Mary Ellen Tomlinson & Marie Howes from June – August 2016 on the website Planet Longevity which will be reconstituted as part of Change Rangers on Jan.1 2019 Personal advocacy as we age is a learned life skill. In these times, when