October 2018

posted 10.25.2018
The November–December 2018 In Focus section of Aging Today looks outward, toward global solutions for the world’s longer-lived societies. Michael Hodin suggests a cultural shift to embrace a new, global social contract; Donna Butts, Ernst Gonzales and Alex Yoss detail international co-housing…
posted 10.24.2018
By Megan Burke Editor’s note: The SCAN Foundation, The John A. Hartford Foundation, the Administration for Community Living, the Gary and Mary West Foundation, the Marin Community Foundation and the Colorado Health Foundation have united to fund a three-year grant to develop and establish the Aging…
posted 10.01.2018
By Juan Fernando Torres-Gil By 2050, the United States will be both much older and majority-minority. The nexus of these two trends will lead to a shifting political landscape for aging, which may mean more com­petition based on age and ethnicity/race or coalitions of advocacy groups based on need…