How Generations Can Learn from Each Other

This week I attended an event sponsored by Coming of Age NYC where Paul Critchlow described his experience of working as a summer intern at Pfizer in 2016, working side by side with several college interns. At age 70, he taught them about communications and work/life balance. They taught him about social media and showed […]

Older Person’s Resource List from PSS

However you decide how to spend your time in later life, there are many resources below that can help. This list was adapted from a list provided by Presbyterian Senior Services (PSS), which provides many great programs for older adults in NYC. Personal Development / Improvement AARP Life Reimagined – to help you navigate change no […]

Aging Mastery Program – What It Offers to Seniors

For those of us who have a different vision of retirement than living with illness and waiting for the end of life, the National Council on Aging has created the Aging Mastery Program (AMP), a series of 10 core classes which “provide participants with an overview of the challenges encountered while navigating life in old […]