Monthly archives: May 2014

The Longevity Challenge

IS PLANNING TO AGE 100 ENOUGH? Ronald W. Rogé SEVERAL MONTHS AGO, I was sitting in my dentist’s waiting room and spotted the cover of a National Geographic magazine, which said: THIS BABY WILL LIVE TO BE 120* *It’s not hype. New science could lead to very long lives. [...]

Creating a Community for All Ages

RESPECT DIVERSITY, AND YOUR PROGRAMS WILL DELIVER UNITY Michael I. Udine When I came to Parkland  17 years ago, this small Floridian city was known as a great place to raise a family. I had grown up in the area so I knew about the city’s schools, its pristine stucco and stone homes, and[...]

The Frisbee King Faces the Future

WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOU CAN’T DO WHAT YOU’VE ALWAYS DONE? Curtis Seltzer Getting old requires adapting to changed circumstances. I dislike this as much as anyone, both the getting and the adapting.  Parts that were once just fine now hurt. Some need to be repaired or replaced. Of cours[...]