Author: Linda Abbit
The “village” movement makes aging in place less isolated and more workable—and it’s growing across the US.
Remember the Golden Girls? Now you can use an online matching service for to find a housemate.
She found her wings after retiring when she taught herself how to use a computer. Now 81, she’s created an app to help other seniors fly.
David Bowie, Maggie Kuhn, Warren Buffet, Frank Lloyd Wright… See who said what.
At the Stanford Design Challenge, young designers have invented products that meet the real needs of older people. Which is the winner?
In “Time As We Know It,” a photographer and her partner explore the truths of their aging bodies.
Is the number of people you count as friends shrinking? And is that just a normal part of aging?
In her new book, the best-selling author of “The Artist’s Way” says we can be truly imaginative in our later lives.
He’s spent the past 20 years of his retirement volunteering as his town’s senior-tech guru.
From cooking or band camp to unplugged creativity and outdoorsy fun, these experiences are all about the communal life.