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New £50m 'Centre for Ageing Better' in the UK seeks input on its 10 year priorities

A new organization has been launched in the UK that is looking to spend a sizable amount of money on best-practice, evidence-based programs, and are seeking input on the topics they should be working on, and how they should be working. This is the first of a couple of posts on the topic. This one describes what the Centre is and what the key topics are, and asks for your input on the topics - what's most important, what's missing? The second post will make a few observations of my own.
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The Case for Intergenerational Innovation

At our May Meet Up we had the honor of introducing three older adults who reside at The Hallmark. These three not only represent the people Aging 2.0 exists to serve through innovation, but also the people we aim to involve in the innovation process itself. It was clear that the Aging 2.0 network of innovators can benefit from the experience, wisdom and notable expertise of people like Dr. William Baumol, PhD, Dr. Monte Malach, MD, and Ms. Judy Gilbert.
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Battleship and the Fight Against Ageism

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