Monthly News Roundup – June 2016

Photo Credit: Andrea Moroni

From entrepreneurship to criminal activity, Global Health Aging tackled diverse topics about culture change, societal views and more! Countries such as Japan and Tanzania were spotlighted and May 15-21 was Dementia Awareness Week in the UK. To commemorate the event, the publication hosted a book giveaway with Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Let’s take a look at what happened in May 2016.

From the Writers

In the News

March Peer Reviews

Featured Company

Open Age works with older Londoners (aged 50-105) to find work, learn new skills, develop new interests and create chances to get together. By doing this, the organization helps people stay healthy in both mind and body. Open Age runs over 380 weekly, low-cost performing and creative arts, languages, learning, socials and physical activities to 1,500+ people a week. Activities cover everything from health and fitness classes such as dance, yoga, chair exercise and walking groups to creative and performing arts sessions and weekly groups with speakers. The organization also has daily computer classes and drop-in sessions at their Open Age computer suites as well as from other venues. For more information, please visit Open Age.

Photo Credit - Open Age
Photo Credit – Open Age


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