On November 4, 2020, Bob Blancato, national aging policy expert, explored how the outcome of the 2020 Presidential Election might shape the future and our thinking of aging. A question we addressed, how do we reframe our perception and act upon who is old or older in society? While policies designed to address the invisibility of age are associated with age discrimination, our post-election era gives us an opportunity to explore how future policy could extend to health, wellness, and the pursuit of a life well lived.
Bob Blancato, MA, President of Matz, Blancato and Associates & Adjunct Professor at UMBC’s Erickson School of Aging Studies
Moderated by: Leanne Clark- Shirley, PhD, Vice President of Programs and Thought Leadership, American Society on Aging & Adjunct Professor at UMBC’s Erickson School of Aging Studies
We are grateful for the support and guidance of: