Creating Positive Perceptions of Aging in Older Adults
This new research report demonstrates how older adults who relay and savor their own “life lessons” benefit from enhanced positive perceptions of aging. Previous research has shown that positive perceptions of aging are associated with more favorable outcomes in the future.
The report includes methods of incorporating the practice of savoring life lessons into wellness programming and other activities in senior living communities. Doing so could boost residents’ perceived personal growth and life satisfaction.
Please fill out the brief form below to download a free copy of Life Lessons and How to Savor Them: Creating Positive Perceptions of Aging in Older Adults, a report by Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging and Loyola University Chicago.