Overcoming Ageism in Active Living

“Aging is universal, but the meaningfulness of growing old is variable, impacted by demographics, national economic resources, and society’s expectations, or lack thereof—for the elderly. (Julia Tavares Alvarez, Reflections on an Agequake, United Nations, 1999)”

In 2005 this report on Ageism was written by Sandy O’Brien Cousins.

Report for the Active Living Coalition for Older Adults - PDF

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