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A National Survey of Adults 45 and Older: Loneliness and Social Connections

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In 2018 AARP commissioned “A National Survey of Adults 45 and Older: Loneliness and Social Connections.” Among the findings was a startling statistic: 1/3 of US adults ages 45 and over feel lonely. Other facts, …

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A Randomized Waitlist-Controlled Trial of an Intergenerational Arts and Heritage-Based Intervention in Singapore: Project ARTISAN

via Frontiers in Psychology   |   Reports

This report is important as one of the few randomized control trials involving intergenerational arts. It is also exceptionally thorough, describing and discussing all aspects of a participatory art and group-based program titled ARTISAN (Aspiration …

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From Bingo to Bartok: Creative and innovative approaches to involving older people with orchestras

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A selection of good practice examples of orchestras in the UK and also Finland engaging with older people, including people with dementia.

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Love in a Cold Climate: Creative Ageing in Finland

via The Baring Foundation   |   Reports

From the report details: How is Finland approaching the creative and cultural rights of and provision for older people? This report is aimed at practitioners such as artists and carers, as well as policy makers …

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The New Map of Life. A Report from the Stanford Center on Longevity

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The Stanford Center on Longevity initiative, The New Map of Life, has issued a summary report outlining a set of  “principles” as the basis for “momentous and creative changes in the ways we lead our …

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Untapped Opportunity: Older Americans & the Arts

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From the report by Culture Track and E.A. Michelson Philanthropy: In just a few years, and for the first time in history, Americans age 65 and older will outnumber those under 18. Older adults today …

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