We love to connect with our community on Twitter. Part of that community includes aging experts from around the world, and we thought we'd share a few of our friends with you! If you aren't following these aging experts yet, you should add them today. Tell them The Senior List (@SeniorList) sent you! 🙂
5 Aging Experts You Should Be Following
Douglas Winslow Cooper, Ph.D.
Co-author of HOW TO MANAGE NURSING CARE AT HOME. Former Harvard prof. Managing care for quadriplegic wife [M.S.]. since 2004.
— NursingCareAtHome (@douglascooper73) August 28, 2016
Empowering seniors to stay astute, make informed decisions & stay engaged with others, as well as the world around them.
#Divorce hitting #BabyBoomers hard in the pocket book — especially women https://t.co/ylDErujuCr #SeniorResourceNews pic.twitter.com/v7c79lQnI2 — SeniorResourceExpert (@SrResourceXpert) October 22, 2016
Quality health info for Caregivers. From the National Library of Medicine. (Tweets are not medical advice.)
— NLM 4Caregivers (@NLM_4Caregivers) October 22, 2016
Colin Milner, founder and CEO of the International Council on Active Aging, is a leading expert in the health and well-being of the older adult.
The nation's recognized thought leader & expert on population aging & its profound business, social, healthcare, financial, workforce & cultural implications.
Baby boomers not slowing down with age! https://t.co/fkmYMtr35L
— Age Wave (@AgeWave) October 14, 2016