A new study by Merrill Lynch, the latest in a series exploring new retirement realities, looks at how freedom from work, shifting family dynamics, fewer home-related expenses and unprecedented longevity are empowering retirees to pursue a home that fits their desired lifestyle and changing priorities. [Continue Reading...]
Archive: February 2015
USC Davis Associate Professor Susan Enguidanos will be recognized in February by the Social Work Hospice & Palliative Care Network for her history of groundbreaking research in palliative care; in the meantime, she’s launched a project to develop an innovative palliative care program for Cambia Health Solutions health plan members. [Continue Reading..]
Merrill Lynch and the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology announced on February 5, 2014 a ground-breaking training program designed to help Merrill Lynch financial advisors and retirement specialists better understand and address the evolving needs of the nation’s aging population and their families.
Ezekiel Emanuel’s claim that most people will spend their golden years in a state of incapacitation is unmerited, and continued aging research is needed to understand and fight chronic conditions.