Christina Matz and Cal J. Halvorsen from the Center on Aging & Work at Boston College led this November webinar, sharing insights from Engaged4Life, an evidence-based program to increase physical, social and cognitive engagement in later life, plus new research on entrepreneurial aspirations among a diverse group of midlife and older Americans.

Discussants included David Guydan from Empower Success Corps, who talked about the pilot of “discovery centers” building on Engaged4Life in two Boston-area senior centers and Sherree Lucas, who spoke about her in-development  later-life entrepreneurship program in Asheville, NC.

Review their presentation and other resources here.

Published: December 16, 2019