Abbot alumna inspires and educates through radio show
Episode #1556
May 3rd, 2023
People are living longer and longer. Someone turning 65 today can typically look forward to an additional 15 years or more of high-quality living. Centenarians are quickly becoming the fastest growing age-group, with more and more people living into their 80s, and even their 90s. David Cravit uncovers seven simple key components—Attitude, Awareness, Activity, Autonomy, Achievement, Attachment, and Avoidance—that teach us to turn the period after age 65 into one of the most productive and fulfilling times of our lives - from taking control of our health, to revolutionary ways of thinking about retirement, money, housing and even relationships. Cravit, an executive at ZoomerMedia appears frequently on radio and TV as a commentator on new trends and developments leading to a complete ‘reinvention' of what it means to be ‘older’.
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