Older Adults Are Essential Workers: Ageism and Productive Aging


Dr. Nancy Morrow-Howell talks with hosts Rita Hu and Hanamori Skoblow about why older adults are essential and productive members of the community and how we as a society can resist ageism.

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September 2, 2021

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Encore Physicians Help Community Health Clinics Deliver Care, while Mentoring Younger Colleagues


In 2019, Encore.org launched the Encore Physicians program to match retired doctors who want to continue practicing medicine part-time and mentor younger colleagues with health centers that need additional support.

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August 12, 2021

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Call for Proposals –Advancing Economic Security


ASA is pleased to open a Call for Proposals to On Aging 2022, as we look forward to reuniting in person in New Orleans.

July 14, 2021

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Finding Your Purpose By Helping Nonprofits In The Pandemic


And Encore Fellows like Maxion, Harriette Cole and David Pfeifer, featured below, have been finding novel, meaningful ways to assist nonprofits during Covid-19.

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July 8, 2021

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Introducing The 50 Over 50: Women Proving Success Has No Age Limit


Meet our inaugural class of entrepreneurs, leaders, scientists and creators who, after the age of 50, are achieving their greatest accomplishments and making their biggest impact. Together, they embody a new movement of women who reject the idea that the most dynamic part of life is the first half.

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June 17, 2021

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20 Years After its Adoption, the EU Employment Directive Still Leaves Older Workers Behind


Active ageing and flexible retirement policies applied across the EU aim to encourage and support longer working lives. But European and national courts still seem to reflect biased and outdated views of the life course and of older people’s abilities to work and do not equally protect our human rights when we are older.

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May 26, 2021

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Control at Work: An Integrative, Lifespan-Informed Review


Control is one of the most ubiquitous and fundamental concepts to the study of psychology, including theory, research, and practice related to aging and work. This paper provides a review of age- and work-relevant theory and research pertaining to a variety of “actual,” perceived, and enacted control constructs.

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Covering Finance and Work for the Baby Boomer Audience with Richard Eisenberg


Peter Kaldes and Richard Eisenberg discuss finance and careers for older Americans and the impact of COVID-19, as well as ageism in the media.

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May 15, 2021

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