From time to time we have thoughts we think we should share, and this is where we do so. We cover topics such as aging in place, combating lonliness and social isolation, using digital inclusion for good and other issues we feel passionate about.
How to tackle ageism in the workplace
Ageism in the workplace is a serious issue that needs to be addressed. At the very least, it can have a detrimental effect on productivity and morale within the workplace.
Longevitech TLV 2023: AgeGroup meets Yaacov Goldenhersh from LiST Funding
Longevitech TLV 2023 to learn about them and their businesses. In this feature, we meet Yaacov Goldenhersh from LiST Funding.
Longevitech TLV 2023: AgeGroup meets Dr Ira Sobel
AgeGroup is proud to sponsor Longevitech TLV 2023, taking place in Tel Aviv, Israel, on the 13th and 14th of February.
The UK’s growing loneliness epidemic
We often see loneliness described as a hidden epidemic. But the truth is that loneliness is all around us. And it is particularly prevalent among older generations.
How prevalent is financial abuse in the United Kingdom?
Financial abuse isn’t something widely reported by the UK’s mainstream media. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t happening.
Technology Improves Housing Options for Older Adults
Many older adults prefer to stay in the neighborhoods where they have built relationships, created routines, and know where everything is located. This is referred to as “aging in place.”
Caregiver Burden for Those Supporting Loved Ones With Dementia
Do you know anyone with dementia? With over 7 million adults aged 65 and older in the United States living with dementia, you likely do. Dementia refers to a group of diseases
Medicare Advantage Supplemental Benefits Create New Opportunities for Enrollees and Businesses
It is rare for anyone to enjoy selecting medical benefits. It’s often confusing, overwhelming, and frustrating. But new benefits available through certain Medicare Advantage plans have the potential
The Difficulty of Reaching Retirement
The Full Retirement Age (FRA), as Social Security puts it, is age 67 for anyone born in 1960 or later. But the average retirement age in the country varies from state-to-state, and most Americans end