Articles, Surveys, Reports and more

The following are links to useful articles, surveys, and reports that discuss the growth of the aging population and it’s impact on society.  This section will continue to evolve as new articles and reports are developed. 

Aging Statistics

Aging in the Undergraduate Curriculum: Results From a Cross-Sectional Survey of Faculty

Building Livable Communities in Secondlife

Brain Games and the Elderly: Improving Cognitive Function Using Gerontechnology

Facts and Figures: Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias

Family Caregivers – What They Spend, What They Sacrifice

Grand Facts: Data, Interpretation, and Implications for Caregivers

Growing Old in America – Expectations vs. Reality

Growing Older in America: The Health and Retirement Study

Insights into the Oldest and Youngest Boomers

Intergenerational Insights from Undergraduate Students, Faculty and Career Services

List of Publications on Curriculum Development, etc.

Livable Communities and Aging in Place

Looming Workforce Shortages in Aging Services: Getting Ready on College Campuses

The Maturing of America – Getting Communities on Track for an Aging Population

The New Retirement Mindscape

Older Workers on the Move: Recareering in Later Life

A Profile of Older Americans: 2012

Research Report: Opportunities for Creating Livable Communities

The State of Aging and Health in America

What Do You Know About Aging: Facts and Fallacies