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Prof. Egidio Dorea, coordinator of the University of Sao Paulo 60+ Program (the biggest in the country), board member of ILC (Internacional Longevity Center) and Aging2.0 São Paulo Director, will coordinate the panel “Ageism and its impact on health, social life, and finances of the elderly population” which will take place at the "Longevidade Expo Forum 2020". The panelists are Prof. Alexandre Kalache, president of ILC Brasil; Sandra Gomes, director of the Municipality of Sao Paulo Program for the Elderly, and Martin Henkel, 60+Marketing expert and director of Aging2.0 SP.
Aging2.0 Sao Paulo will again participate of the biggest longevity fair in Latin America: “Longevidade Expo Forum". Last year, the very first, which took place in the largest convention center in Brazil, the event attracted tens of thousands of the “60+ universe”, that is, the various 60+ populations, companies, professionals, organizations of both public and private sectors. Aging2.0 São Paulo was then offered its own booth, where it housed the finalists of our national startup search contest. The seniortechs had the opportunity to show their products and services and gather feedback to improve their deliverables. On the third day, the 3 winners were announced in the event’s main arena, to hundreds of people.
This year the Fair will all be exclusively on line, and starts today, Nov 20th, and will end on Sunday Nov 22nd. Full 3 days of activities ranging from engaging classes to academic discussions, from entertainment to the discussion of political propositions on the rights of the elderly in Brazil. Special focus will be given to the working capacity of elderly Brazilians, their participation and purpose, against the background of a rapidly aging population: from 16% today to 31% in 2050. By 2025, Brazil will have the 6th largest population of elderly adults in the world. So, continuing education and distant learning, which make heavy use of technology - not to mention telehealth and telemedicine - are the in the forefront of subjects that will permeated various panels of the Longevity Expo Fair.
On Saturday, Nov 22nd, at 9am, Aging2.0 São Paulo will have 2 directors (Prof. Egidio Dorea, MD, and Gabriela Michelin, 60+Marketing Expert) and its ambassador (Sergio Duque Estrada) participating of the kick off panel of the day: “Health, Behavior, and consumption of goods and services after COVID 19: the new normal for the 60+”
USP e ILC Brasil
Coordenador e Diretor
MUNICIPALITY OF SAO PAULO
DIRECTOR OF THE ELDERLY RIGHTS DIVISION
INTERNATIONAL LONGEVITY CENTER
UNIVERSITY OF SAO PAULO
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