Edwin Zhao, 29 July 2015
There is a form of segregation so quiet that most of us are entirely unaware. If you are under 30, how many 50+ adults (who aren’t relatives) would you consider friends? Vice versa?
Aging 2.0 is a global organization on a mission to accelerate innovation to improve the lives of older adults around the world. The DC chapter convened July 1st at the downtown offices of 1776, a global incubator and seed fund located just blocks away from the White House. An astounding group of experts, including Ryan Frederick of Smart Living 360 and Mark Dunham of Generations of Hope Development Corporation, assembled to discuss Intergenerational Innovation for Age-Friendly Cities. Here are some of the highlights: More