Rising longevity and the aging of Baby Boomers worldwide are radically altering both the demographic landscape and every aspect of our personal, social, financial, and political lives.
How will irreversible trends toward increasing longevity impact healthcare, medicine, nutrition, and environmental safety? As the massive global Baby Boom generation ages, how can we also ensure that our healthspans and brainspans match our lifespans? And how can we ensure abundant lifelong health for all – not just the wealthy?
In this revealing glimpse into the future, Age Wave Founder and CEO, Ken Dychtwald, PhD, addresses the implications of rising longevity and the important role that disruptive medical technology – like focused ultrasound – plays in the lives of this generation and beyond.
About the Speaker
Over the past 40+ years, Ken Dychtwald, PhD, has emerged as a foremost visionary and original thinker regarding the lifestyle, marketing, healthcare, economic, leisure, and workforce implications of the age wave. A psychologist, gerontologist, and documentary filmmaker, Dychtwald is also the best-selling author of 18 books on aging-related issues. In 1986, he founded Age Wave, an acclaimed think tank and consultancy focused on the social and business implications and opportunities of global aging and rising longevity.