Interested in reading contemporary articles on positive aging topics and contributing your own thought pieces? The Life Planning Network’s quarterly journal, LPN-Q, offers content that strengthens understanding of life-planning issues and provides positive-aging professionals with an important intellectual resource.
The just-released Spring 2017 issue explores spirituality, with reflections by Rabbi Richard Address, AARP’s Rick Moody, Carol Orsborn and John Robinson. Recent LPN-Q themes include intergenerationality, the politics and aging and the future of aging.
The Life Planning Network is a membership organization for professionals from diverse disciplines, dedicated to promoting positive aging. It operates a national chapter and via local chapters in Boston, the Chesapeake Bay area, northern and southern California, and the Twin Cities; new groups are emerging in eastern Pennsylvania and the Southeast.
LPN offers webinars and in-person events, as well as a searchable directory of its consultants. The organization and its members are thought-leaders bringing a positive aging message and resources to their communities.