Aging & You
The key to making the most of those later years? Start planning today to live life on your terms tomorrow.
Aging isn't a dirty word. We believe aging is something to be embraced, not endured. The early years of life can be hectic and packed with the hubbub of education, child rearing, and getting started in a career. The later years provide an opportunity to spend more time with family and friends, doing more of what you love with the people you care about most.
Aging & You
The World is Aging.
Because of the size of the Baby Boomer generation, the effects of one generation growing older are going to be felt by everyone.
Not just longer, but richer lives
We’re also living longer than ever. Life expectancy has increased steadily for decades and is currently age 81 for women and 76 for men. Longer lives means we don’t just accumulate more knowledge and greater wisdom over time, but a clearer sense of self, deeper relationships and more meaningful moments with the people we love.
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- Social Security Administration - Life Expectancy Calculator - Site accessed 11/16/17
- Caring for an Aging America: Meeting the health care needs of older adults. 2017 Eldercare Workforce Alliance – A Project of The Tides Center. - Site accessed 11/08/17.