Documentary Trailer – Aging Well with Community


We are experiencing a societal shift and focus on what it means to age well and equitably. Older adults, families, and other caregivers are discussing what really matters. For instance, a majority of U.S. adults say they want to age at home and in community as long as possible. The SCAN Foundation worked with Hollywood, Health & Society and 44 Blue Productions to highlight the lives of three older adults: Ernie, Seung, and Angela. WATCH TRAILER

Date Updated: 04/16/2023

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