Longevity is arguably the greatest human achievement of our times. In a seismic shift in thinking, society is adjusting its longtime focus on youth as multiple generations live longer together. The promised “extra 30+ years of life” is real for vast numbers of adults in the 21st century. Yet, questions about the quality of those years confront us.
As individuals and as health and wellness professionals, our imperative is to embrace how to “live longer better.” The greatest barrier? How we create “old age” through outdated ways in which we see and think about this life stage.
Get inspired by how “living longer better” will change our world and the way we live. Join active-aging expert Colin Milner, thought leaders and aging-well disruptors on the forefront of this movement in a new monthly podcast from the International Council on Active Aging.
The “Colin Milner Rethinks Aging With…” podcast will offer a premium resource for everyone invested in the pursuit of aging well. Discover innovative strategies, expert advice and new ideas to help clients and organizations rethink aging.
Colin Milner is CEO of the International Council on Active Aging and founder of the active-aging industry in North America. A leading authority on the health and well-being of the older adult, he has been recognized by the World Economic Forum as one of “the most innovative and influential minds” in the world on aging-related topics.
An award-winning writer, Milner has authored more than 300 articles. He has been published in such journals as Global Policy, and the Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics. He also contributed a chapter to Global Population Ageing: Peril or Promise? (World Economic Forum).
Milner’s speeches have stimulated thousands of business and government leaders, industry professionals and older adults worldwide. Whether Fortune 100 companies or governmental organizations, his efforts have inspired a broad spectrum of groups to seek his counsel, included amongst these is the World Health Organization, European Commission, White House Conference on Aging, US Department of Health and Human Services, US Administration on Aging, National Institute on Aging, Canadian Special Senate Committee on Aging, The Canadian Minister of State (Seniors), National Health Services - Scotland, OECD, Vancouver Olympics, Deloitte Life Sciences & Health Care, Ernst and Young, New Balance, Leprino Foods, and Apple, Inc.
Milner’s efforts have leading-edge publications, television networks and radio stations seeking his insights. Among these outlets are: CNN, BBC, Newsmax, US News and World Report, Newsweek, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Dow Jones Market Watch, Money Magazine, Entrepreneur Magazine, National Post, Globe and Mail, Parade Magazine, WebMD and Fox Business Radio.