The article points out…We know that more is possible as we age than our culture leads us to believe. All the proof we need can be found in the examples of the people that we cover and the stories we tell. That said, it’s always gratifying when research, studies, and surveys reinforce what we know.

One recent study that caught our eye is The New Age of Aging. Conducted by Age Wave, the nation’s foremost thought leader on population aging and the many implications, the study investigated “changing views on longevity and aging across health, retirement, and purpose.” The findings reveal a dramatic shift in how Americans define old age and envision the possibilities of the later years of life.

Learn about the five revelations from the funder of Age Wave, positive aging pioneer and thought leader Ken Dychtwald.

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