2015 Top ChangingAging Posts

first_imgby, Kavan Peterson, Editor, ChangingAging.orgTweetShare65Share2Email67 SharesIt’s time for our annual New Year’s toast to the ChangingAging community and roundup of the Top 5 Posts of the year. Thank you readers and contributors for making 2015 another record breaking year! Our unique but simple message that aging equals growth continues to resonate both on the blog and at the more than 100 live events Dr. Bill Thomas hosted in 30 cities through his 2015 Age of Disruption Tour.Thanks in large part to the excitement and connections generated through the 2015 and 2014 tours, ChangingAging’s audience has grown tremendously in recent years doubling in 2014 to 150,000 visitors and jumping again to 265,000 visitors in 2015.In 2016 we plan to dramatically increase our impact and reach with a stronger focus on connecting the digital world of ChangingAging.org with our real world efforts and live 2016 Age of Disruption Tour events. Look forward to more frequent updates and original reports highlighting how individuals and communities are changing aging.Below, enjoy a look back at the Top 5 Posts of 2015.What Are the Best Books on Aging?The Culture Change Movement Is OverThe Age of Disruption is HereA Radical Idea: Residents Hiring StaffSix Ways Elders Can Save the WorldQuestion: What was your favorite ChangingAging post from 2015, and what would you like us to write more about in 2016?Related PostsHappy New Year From ChangingAging!On this New Year’s Eve we’d like to raise a toast to our readers and thank everyone who supported our efforts to change aging for the better!Finding the Right LanesAs we prep for the second half of the Age of Disruption Tour this October and November we’re working on a three-pronged community outreach strategy to engage with local “changing aging” allies.ChangingAging Editorial GuidelinesCheck out ChangingAging’s new editorial standards for guest blog posts inspired by the Age of Disruption Tour and the FrameWorks Institute’s efforts to reframe aging.TweetShare65Share2Email67 SharesTags: Age of Disruption New Year’slast_img read more