Additional Reference Materials - "Living Your Life In 8,000 Days"
What does the picture on the front of your puzzle box look like as you put together your "picture it perfect" for your future and retirement?
Everyone knows what they are retiring from. Very few people have a clear vision for what they will be retiring to. It is critically important to have a plan as people are living longer than before. For example, your employment can be part of your identity. Going to work each day can satisfy your mental, physical and emotional needs. Once you retire, what will you be doing to proactively meet these needs?
The future holds an array of options, challenges and decisions to make. Three questions that you should be asking include: What will I do? Where will I live? and Who will I spend my time with? These three broad questions then lead to more self discovery and follow up questions for yourself and family.
We encourage you to refer to the materials below that we referenced during our recent event, "Living Your Life In 8,000 Days."
- 8,000 Days White Paper
- 8,000 Days Workbook
- Quality of Life Worksheet
- Video Replay - 3 Questions That Can Predict Future Quality of Life (3/2022)
- Additional Certified Aging In Place (CAPs) Resources
Content for this event and topic derived from MIT AgeLab.
MIT AgeLab was established in 1999 to invent new ideas and creatively translate technologies into practical solutions that improve people’s health and enable them to “do things” throughout their lifespan. MIT AgeLab applies consumer-centered systems thinking to understand the challenges and opportunities of longevity
and emerging generational lifestyles. The MIT AgeLab provides insights about consumer behavior, decision-making and trends in demographics, technology and lifestyles.
We will be continuing the dialogue and conversation from our recent event by hosting Scott Dow, Senior Care Advisor from Care Patrol as our next featured Stone Barn Speaker Series speaker on Tuesday, March 21st at 6 pm ET. We invite you to join us in-person where we will discuss a variety of senior living options including:
- Long-Term Care
- Independent Living
- Person Care/Assisted Living
- Memory Care
- Nursing Homes
- Continuing Care
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