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Attend the Sunday Aging in America General Session Featuring Arianna Huffington for Free
posted 03.21.2012

We're opening the doors! Join us at Aging in America for the final general session featuring Ken Dychtwald, President and CEO, Age Wave; Arianna Huffington, President and Editor-in-Chief of AOL Huffington Post Media Group; Gail Sheehy, Author and Columnist; Fernando Torres-Gil, MSW, PhD, Professor of Social Welfare and Public Policy and Director, UCLA Center for Policy Research on Aging, UCLA School of Public Affairs; and Rhonda L. Randall, D.O., Chief Medical Officer, UnitedHealthcare Medicare & Retirement.  This panel of experts will be discussing how the coming boomer "gerontocracy" will change America and the session will be free and open to the first 200 people to RSVP


Ken Dychtwald

Arianna Huffington

Gail Sheehy

Fernando Torres-Gil

Rhonda L. Randall

During the session, titled "How the Boomers Will Transform Aging and How Aging Will Transform the Boomers", panelists will address a number of topics, including: How will maturity change as tens of millions of us live to 80, 90 or 100+? How will the boomers’ celebration of “middlescence” shift the cultural epicenter while redefining all of life’s stages? Who will pay for the multiplying needs of a multiplying cohort of older adults? Are we prepared to reengineer many of our products and services to meet the needs of maturing boomer consumers? Will boomers become more self-indulgent or more socially generous as they age? How will boomers deal with “right-to-death” issues? Can our political system handle the demands that tens of millions of elder boomers will place on our social and economic infrastructure?

 

We hope you can make it! Click here to RSVP now!

The General Session is on Sunday April 1 from 9:30 to 11:15 am at the Marriott Wardman Park Ballroom in Washington DC (2660 Woodley Road, NW). 

 

You don't have to be registered for the Aging in America Conference to attend this general session on Sunday, April 1, but if you'd like to attend the whole conference, click here to register now! Save 20% off the registration fee with discount code: DCcg20

 

 

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