Leading politicians in both parties, including the President, rockers who still fill stadiums and cultural icons in business, technology and the arts are at a stage of life we are hard pressed to describe. Are they senior citizens or perennials? We have a hard time defining this generation in the process of aging because they are breaking the rules once again, just as they did in the 1960’s. AARP is focused on the way that this ‘disrupt aging’ movement is affecting all aspects of life in America, as 10,000 people a day turn 65. Leave your stereotypes at the door as this podcast focuses on the folks in our society who while growing older are finding new meaning, purpose and fulfillment. We discuss this age wave with Tia Murphy, state president of AARP in Connecticut and gerontologist, Donna Fedus, who founded the group ‘Borrow My Glasses’.
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