Every Monday we review our most engaging and shared articles from the previous week. First up this week, more seniors than ever are using their mobile devices to access the news. Our second synopsis shows how industry leaders, experts and providers are coming together to fight ageism. Most Shared: Seniors Enjoy News At Their Fingertips According to McKnightsSeniorLiving.com, older adults are reading the…
Every Monday, we review our most engaging and shared articles from the previous week. For this week's most engaging, we explore why Boomer parents feel the need to pass on their cherished items and why their grown children don't want them. The most shared article is by columnist Kyle Ranally, who addresses some reasons why we must embrace Boomers and…
Happy Monday! Like every Monday, we are reviewing the most engaging content from the previous week. This week, for our "most clicked" item, we look at a project from Stanford Center on Longevity. For the "most shared," is the fashion industry ignoring Baby Boomers?
Most Clicked: The Sightlines Project
How long do you want to live? 76, 92, or even 101? According to The Sightlines Project from the Stanford Center on Longevity, three out of four Americans want to live past 100 IF they are in good health.
The research highlights three key findings to live a long and vigorous life:
Happy Monday! It's once again time for us to share the most engaging content from the previous week.
First up, the U.S. and Japan are working together to try and find new and innovative ways to support their aging citizens. We'll also take a look at why elderly crossing street signs have been flagged as discriminatory in the United Kingdom.
Happy Monday! Each week we share mature marketing stories and insights that drew attention and interest. This week we explore how 55+ communities are evolving and insights from the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics about how to combat ageism. We'd love to hear your thoughts and take-aways, so be sure to share within the comments below. Most Clicked: Recently,…
Growing up, the town next to ours hosted the oldest 4th of July parade in the nation. It still does.
The roads in Bristol, RI, are marked not with yellow dividing lines but red-white-and-blue stripes. Houses are festooned with flags, banners, lights ... you name it. Parade-watchers arrive before dawn to set up their chairs along the route. There's even a giant, independence-themed Mr. Potato Head.
Bristol often feels like the HQ for Patriotism. The way "patriotism" is expressed has varied over the years. Patriotic feelings also vary with generations.
Here are Four Fast Facts Inspired by the "Fabulous Fourth."
While we enjoyed the beautiful weather this weekend, we couldn't wait for Monday to arrive so that we could take a look at the most engaging content from the past week.
First, we'll take a look at the reasons why we shouldn't treat the wealthy, affluent and luxury buying groups as interchangeable.
After that, an article from The Financial Brand provides insights on the steps we should be taking to help ease the financial burden on older Americans.
As you re-acclimate yourself to a five-day work week, don't forget your dose of the weekly roundup to cure the Monday blues.
This week, a Mashable article about how one man's Instagram account became a viral sensation is sure to warm your heart. We'll also be taking a look at what we need to be doing differently when marketing to adults 65 and over in the coming years.
While it may not be Monday, any day is a good day good for sharing mature marketing news that had people talking over the course of the past week. Today, we share a MarketWatch article regarding the surprising number of seniors stuck with college debt and survey insights about Millennials and their thoughts regarding sustainability in the workplace. MOST CLICKED:…
Happy Monday! Each week we explore the mature marketing stories and insights from the past week that had people talking. This week, we explore McKnight’s Senior Living’s four lessons learned in the wake of the recent cyber attacks and a survey from eMarketer regarding trust (or lack of) in self-driving cars.
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