Disrupt Aging from AARP
What age do you consider to be old? We posed that question to millennials and asked them to show us what “old” looks like. Then we introduced them to some real “old” people. Watch what happens when folks let go of their outdated beliefs and embrace the idea that aging is not about decline - it’s about growth.
PBS News Hour Reports
Clare Luz, AgeAlive Director is featured in a two-part report from PBS News Hour regarding the PCA workforce shortage.
Check out these stories featuring Clare Luz, PhD, AgeAlive Director
MSU Today article "Clare Luz - AgeAlive Offers a Program for Aging"
Lansing State Journal's article "People to watch in Greater Lansing's health care sector"
WKAR story "Expert: Michigan Needs 32,000 Home Health Care Workers By 2020"
To learn more about the history of AgeAlive and its work at helping identify how MSU meets the Age Friendly University principles, you can download the following article by Clare Luz, Family and Community Medicine, College of Osteopathic Medicine, MSU, AgeAlive Director and Roger Baldwin, College of Education, MSU, AgeAlive Advisory Board member.
Luz, C., and Baldwin, R. 2019. Pursuing age-friendly university principles at a major university: Lessons in grassroots organizing. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education. doi: 10.1080/02701960.2019.1583224