Back in 2004, at the annual national conference of the American Society on Aging, I gave a somewhat edgy speech entitled, "If I Ran AARP for One Day: Here's What I'd Do to Redefine Aging, Fix Health Care, Balance Generational Equity, Eliminate Ageism in the Popular Culture, and Create a New Social Role and Purpose for Elders." The session was moderated by Joanne Handy, the past Chairman of ASA. (Click on the image above to hear a full audio recording.)
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