Adults today generally have the good fortune to be healthier and more energetic than previous generations – and an appetite for continued purpose, engagement, stimulation and challenges in life, well beyond the middle years. Plenty of older adults simply want to help and be part of solutions to community problems; they may also want or need continued income. I’ve got some fundamental ideas on how to make older adults’ contributions even more relevant and meaningful. Read my article on NextAvenue.org

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