Posted Tuesday, July 3, 2012
It's been called a "silver tsunami," the swelling wave of people in Ohio over the age of 60. And it's approaching faster than expected, according to a new study Miami University. By 2050, at least a third of the populations in 16 Ohio counties will be at least 60 years old. None of the state's 88 counties had such a high percentage of 60-plus residents in 2010. What challenges, and opportunities, will a greying population bring? Tuesday at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas.
Government/Politics, Transportation, Aging/The Elderly
Richard Browdie, president and CEO of Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging
Suzanne R. Kunkle, director of the Scripps Gerontology Center, Miami University
Gary Burtless, Senior Fellow, Economic Studies, Brookings Institution
Sheri Sax, associate executive director of Older Adult Services, Jewish Family Service
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