We are a creative consultancy and award-nominated resource on a mission to improve longevity and healthy aging through partnerships and collaborative research. Since 2014, our goal remains the same — to reframe the conversation about longer and healthier lives to focus on ideas, strengths, and solutions. Our team spans five continents, and each brings a unique perspective on the quality of life for current and future older adults around the world. Global Health Aging empowers people to take charge of their longevity by exploring what it means and will look like for them. From the moment we are born, we all begin aging, and the earlier we practice healthy habits, the better for our future.
We have featured a broad range of news stories, diverse opinions, and research about living and aging well in a changing world. Our articles are cited and mentioned in several magazines, journals, and websites, such as the International Health Section of American Public Health Association, GOOD Magazine, and the Journal of Emergencies, Trauma, and Shock. Topics include, but are not limited to, assistive robots, caregiving, nutrition, and loneliness.
Our latest project, Five Questions With, is an interview series that educates audiences about the science of well-being and health. The series features visionaries in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Math (STEAM), ranging from researchers to entrepreneurs, storytellers, and innovators. In the end, we hope for more robust and honest conversations about aging in the twenty-first century because aging is a fact of life, and growing older is inevitable. If you are interested in working with us to improve the quality of life as we age, please send us a message, and we will get back to you soon!
We earned nominations for the WEGO Health Awards in Patient Leader Hero, Rookie of the Year, and Best Kept Secret categories. WEGO Health is the world’s largest network of patient thought leaders, health influencers, and advocates. We were recognized as a resource for research on aging and age-related diseases by Dahlgren Memorial Library, the Graduate Health & Life Sciences Research Library at Georgetown University Medical Center. A big thank you to ALL our friends and contributors over the years.