Hebrew SeniorLife Launches ReAge Movement Dedicated to Redefining What It Means to Age in America
Posted Oct 05 2012 10:02pm
109-Year-Old Non-Profit Charts New Course for Today’s Seniors
Hebrew SeniorLife, the largest provider of senior health care and housing communities in New England and an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, today announced the launch of its new organizational movement, ReAge, aimed at redefining aging in America.
With Americans living longer and remaining active into their later years, the current generation of 40 million seniors has new expectations about how their lives should and can be lived. The ReAge movement is designed to launch a social dialogue that will ultimately change the perception of what it means to age in America. It will highlight the importance of the new types of services and programs required to satisfy the lifestyles of today’s seniors.