Historically women have bonded together in groups to support and learn from each other. If the need and momentum is there, some grassroots groups grow into organizations. The Transition Network evolved from a small group of women who came together to talk about needing support and connection to navigate life transitions. The spirit of that group
Moira Allan shares her meeting of a country and of ACAP – the Active Aging Consortium of Asia Pacific I’ve just returned from Japan. What an experience. What a discovery. I loved the country, the cleanliness, the organization and the thought that goes into everything – take a train and you’ll find platform level access,
Pass It On’s co-founder, Jan Hively, spoke about the topic “Advocacy Leadership for Active, Positive Aging” at two December workshops about “Age-Friendly Work” that were convened by academic leaders in Shanghai and Hangzhou, China, sponsored by Ford Foundation China. Jan wrote from China: “In this rapidly aging world, all of us around the globe share
We are the ones we have been waiting for!! Let’s show how we can work together from around the world... Let’s create… The Pass It On Playbook In this time when economic uncertainty is spreading around the globe, the concern expressed most frequently by Pass It On Network subscribers is economic security. Even retirees with
Throughout human history, elders have been leaders in focusing attention on the needs of future generations. Today, around the globe, shortsighted policies have resulted in climate change that is threatening the future of our livable planet. It’s time for elders around the world to call for new energy policies that will slash greenhouse gas emissions
The Pass It On Network invited Cat Johnson from Shareable, an award-winning nonprofit news, action and connection hub for the emerging sharing transformation, to tell us about this global movement that is impacting ever part of society. She gives us 10 simple, practical examples of how anyone can join in and start making a difference today.
Back in 1960, U.S. President John F. Kennedy convened the first White House Conference on Aging with this challenge: “We’ve added years to life. Now it’s time to add life to those additional years!” A booming economy responded with a retirement living industry that supported “graying as playing.” From 1960 until now, another 15 years