Of all the new websites, companies and initiatives focused on baby boomers, Philadelphia-based Coming of Age stands out as one of the first and best pro-aging organizations dedicated to tapping into the energy and expertise of people 50+.
Since its founding in 2002, Coming of Age has been dedicated to promoting life-long civic engagement and encouraging people 50+ to contribute their considerable experience, knowledge and skills to improving their communities.
Coming of Age sponsors workshops, produces radio programs and television lectures exploring civic engagement, life transitions and other topics important to people entering the second half of life.
Now Coming of Age has launched an interactive E-book called “The Age for Change,” published free online and designed to engage readers by inviting them to share reflections and comments on each chapter. The e-book covers topics such as finding meaning in work, dealing with adult children, creating community, addressing troubled relationships and reassessing romantic love.