January 7, 2015 | Found In: Be Inspired
At Changing the Way the World Ages, we embrace a positive view of aging – one focused on independence, purpose and continued passion. Photographer Heidi Wagner aims to promote this same view through “The Passions Project”.
“The Passions Project” is a series of portraits depicting older adults doing the things they enjoy, whether it be acting, volunteering or spending time with feline friends. This project is designed to honor seniors and inspire people of all ages to live their lives to the fullest.
November 11, 2014 | Found In: Be Inspired
At Changing the Way the World Ages, we are thrilled to see so many companies busting aging myths and honoring seniors. Two such companies are Home Care Assistance and Wish of a Lifetime.
Wish of a Lifetime is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching seniors’ lives by granting lifelong wishes they would not be able to experience otherwise. They have already fulfilled wishes for over 950 seniors across the United States!
April 15, 2014 | Found In: Be Inspired
We live in a success-driven culture. Being a “go-getter,” “Type A” or a “Super Perfectionist” are descriptors that many of us use to describe ourselves with pride. But even for the most driven among us, aging can make us slow down and call into question whether we need to tone down our strongest critic: ourselves.
December 11, 2013 | Found In: Be Inspired
A movement to become more mindful of how we want to spend our time has prompted a resurgence of “the bucket list.” By definition, a bucket list is a record of experiences that an individual hopes to have in his or her lifetime. Items on a bucket list can range from big…
August 5, 2013 | Found In: Be Inspired
Fifteen years ago, Hal Lasko’s family introduced him to the world of computers. As a former graphic designer and typographer, his grandchildren figured he might enjoy playing around with Microsoft Paint as a hobby….
July 27, 2013 | Found In: Be Inspired
Regular exercise is a hallmark of healthy living and often healthy aging. Read about 4 seniors who are changing the way the world ages by remaining physically active and fit well into their 80s and beyond.
July 9, 2013 | Found In: Be Inspired
The last surviving member of the Stanford class of 1933, Dr. Ephraim Engleman, is turning 102 in a few weeks. He serves as a shining example of healthy longevity — he continues to work part-time, filling his role…