On this New Year’s Eve we’d like to raise a toast to our readers and thank everyone who supported our efforts to change aging for the better! From ground-breaking blog posts such as Dr. Al Power’s Top-10-post-of-the-year “Let’s Stop Being Dementia Friendly” to Dr. Bill Thomas’ whirlwind Second Wind Tour, 2014 was our biggest year yet.
Here are some 2014 highlights and calls to action for the year to come.
- How Should We Change Aging in 2015? Don’t miss Jeanette Leardi’s four resolutions to change aging on a personal and society-wide level.
- Looking for some extra help reimagining New Year’s resolutions this year? Check out Life Reimagined’s ReNewYear campaign: http://bit.ly/1sM1Q9B
ChangingAging received over 150,000 unique visitors in 2014, more than twice the number of any previous year. Check our the Top Five Posts of 2014:
- Frances McDormand is Changing Aging
What’s in store for 2015? Dr. Bill Thomas writes I’m Ready to Fight and we are currently laying the ground work for a follow-up to Second Wind called the Disrupt Aging Tour: Life’s Most Dangerous Game. And next week on January 8, we will publish an exclusive two-part series from Dr. Al Power featuring his personal Guidelines for Antipsychotic Drugs in Dementia outlined in writing for the first time ever.
Stay tuned for more details and check out the amazing reach we had through the Second Wind Tour.