Monday, July 19, 2021
Washington University St. Louis Institute for Public Health has some interesting programs, including the Center for Aging. One program (actually, a course) is featured in the article, When I’m 64: What will our future be? . Here's how the course is described:
Beginning August 30, students enrolled in the “When I’m 64” course ... will work with multidisciplinary faculty and graduate students, local organizations and experts in aging to learn how they can help transform society as they age. The course features lectures, activities and small group discussion, and interaction each week in class with older adults from local organizations like STL Village, a local non-profit that “assists people 50+ to age in their own homes with 24/7 access to a full range of activities and support services for safe and socially-connected living.”
PS-is the song now stuck in your head?