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Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
Evangelizing Positive Aging Session: 7th International Positive Aging Conferenence, Feb, 2014, Sarasota FL
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Evangelizing Positive Aging: Growing the Seeds of the Movement, Chris Kennedy, Principal, Age2Age; Dick Goldberg, Director, Philadelphia Initiative and Coming of Age; Rick Moody, PhD, recently retired …

Evangelizing Positive Aging: Growing the Seeds of the Movement, Chris Kennedy, Principal, Age2Age; Dick Goldberg, Director, Philadelphia Initiative and Coming of Age; Rick Moody, PhD, recently retired Vice President and Director of Academic Affairs, AARP; Jan Hively, PhD, Co-founder, Vital Aging Network; Katy Fike, PhD, Founder, Innovate50 and Aging2.0

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    Dr. Laura L. Carstensen, PhD
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    Dr. Laura L. Carstensen, PhD
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    City of Los Altos- AFC considering – update?
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    • 1. Evangelizing Positive Aging: Spreading the Seeds of the Movement Katy Fike Rick Moody Jan Hively Chris Kennedy Dick Goldberg February 11, 2014 7th Annual International Conference on Positive Aging Sarasota, Florida
    • 2. Evangelizing Positive Aging: Spreading the Seeds 3. Jan Hively Pass It On Network Encore Entrepreneur 5. Dick Goldberg Coming of Age 4. Chris Kennedy Age2Age Institute for Age-Friendly Housing 1. Katy Fike, Aging2.0 2. Rick Moody Positive Aging Conference Fairy Godfather
    • 3. Evangelizing Positive Aging: Spreading the Seeds Nationally Katy Fike Aging2.0 Innovate50 katy@aging2.com www.Aging2.com
    • 4. Evangelizer’s Toolkit Katy Fike, PhD Co-Founder, Aging2.0
    • 5. Mission: To accelerate innovation in aging and long term care. In the past 18 months, Aging2.0 has hosted 40+ events in 10 cities across 3 countries and built a rapidly growing online / offline community of 5000+ innovators worldwide. These are some of the tools we’ve used*… *Aging2.0 has no financial relationship with these tools, we’ve simply found them useful along our journey
    • 6. Evangelizing - 3 Easy Steps 1.Brand your movement 2.Tell your story 3.Engage your community
    • 7. 1. Brand your Movement
    • 8. Tools to Brand your Movement  Develop your visual identity and marketing collateral  Design Marketplace: 99 Designs, CrowdSpring  Business cards: Moo, Vistaprint  Signage, flyers, stickers: Vistaprint, Stickermule  Create your online presence  Website: SquareSpace, Wordpress  Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest
    • 9. 2. Tell Your Story
    • 10. Tools to Tell Your Story  Bring your story to life  Introductory Video: Powtoon, Spark Camera App  Infographic: Visual.ly  Start an eNewsletter  E-mail marketing: Mailchimp, Constant Contact  Write. Speak. Share. Repeat.  Blogging: Wordpress, Tumblr  Podcast: SoundCloud  Slide Presentations: SlideShare
    • 11. 3. Engage Your Community
    • 12. Tools to Engage Your Community  Create online community / social networking groups  Facebook, LinkedIn (can be open or closed)  Organize Events – online & offline  Virtual: Google Hangouts, Zoom, Skype, GoToMeeting, PGI  In-person: Eventbrite, Meetup  Activate your community  Surveys: JotForm, Survey Monkey, Google Forms  Petitions: Change.org  Crowdfunding: Kickstarter, Indigogo
    • 13. Go forth and… Evangelize Positive Aging! Thanks! Katy Fike (Katy@aging2.com) For more information about Aging2.0 visit www.aging2.com Connect with us: @aging20, #aging20, www.facebook.com/aging2
    • 14. Slides available at http://www.slideshare.net/aging2
    • 15. History & Urban planning & gerontology 101
    • 16. Evangelizing Positive Aging: Spreading the Seeds Nationally Rick Moody Positive Aging Conference Fairy Godfather valuesinaging@yahoo.com
    • 17. • • • • • • • • 2007 Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL 2008 University of Minnesota, Minneapolis 2008 Virtual Sites - 30 Across North America 2009 Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL 2011 Fielding University, Los Angeles, CA 2012 Fielding University, Los Angeles, CA 2013 Fielding University, Los Angeles, CA 2014 Institute for the Ages, Sarasota, FL
    • 18. Evangelizing Positive Aging: Spreading the Seeds Globally Jan Hively (Janet M Hively, PhD) Pass It On Network Encore Entrepreneur HIVEL001@umn.edu www.passitonnetwork.org
    • 19. How to Evangelize Positive Aging Internationally Jan Hively, Ph.D. 7th Positive Aging Conference, Sarasota February 2014
    • 20. …Through Progressive International Organizations IFA - Grassroot leaders meeting at conferences GAA – Lobbying for national and international policies WHO – Age friendly cities
    • 21. As well as Government Funding and Outreach European Commission (European Voices for Active Aging)
    • 22. Through Associations Academic/professional: IAGG, MIT, Age Lab, ILCs Corporations … Non-Profits Media initiatives…
    • 23. Older Adult Leaders Role models showing the way Innovators sharing their programs The Pass It On Network
    • 24. Outcomes Level the playing field Raise awareness Multi-generational commitment Connect with like-minded people Advocate for Positive Aging
    • 25. Invitation To join our delegation to South Africa in July 2015 World Congress on Healthy Aging
    • 26. And to Continue the Conversation after the Congress…
    • 27. a gion Re n ditio lE
    • 28. Evangelizing Positive Aging: Spreading the Seeds Regionally Chris Kennedy Age2Age Institute for Age-Friendly Housing chris@Age2Age.com www.Age2Age.com
    • 29. Coming of Age in An Aging America: The Big Idea in 4 Minutes
    • 30. Linked to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOA1v4-2Fos The Big Idea in 4 Minutes – A Conversation Starter ….
    • 31. It All Begins by Convening a Conversation CONVENE COLLECT Policy Makers Organizations Pioneers Consumers Assessments Studies & Models Demographic Projections Myths and Facts Resources Customers Vendors Public-Private Partnerships Volunteers Mentors CONNECT
    • 32. 1st Regional Positive Aging Forum: Convening Professionals from the Multiple Disciplines that Touch the Field of Aging Silicon Valley --- February 11, 2010 Dr. Laura Carstensen
    • 33. Dinner After …
    • 34. Housing Community & Longevity: Here Comes the Age-Wave! 5th Annual Silicon Valley Positive Aging Forum November 5, 2013 Cupertino, CA Presented by: The Institute for Age-Friendly Housing www.AgeFriendlyHousing.org Produced by: Age2Age www.Age2Age.com
    • 35. Housing, Community & Longevity: Here Comes the Age-Wave Age2age Production Forum Hosts: Cupertino Quota City of Cupertino -------- Forum Sponsors & Community Partners: Avenidas Sunnyside Gardens Assisted Living & Memory Care HealthTrust Perkins Eastman Stadler &: Architecture, Interior Design & Life Cycle Design TeleVisit Waddell & Reed Institute for Age-Friendly Housing © 2011 www.agefriendlyhousing.org 4
    • 36. s: vent USA E ocal Across L g adi n Sp r e
    • 37. Evangelizing Positive Aging: Spreading the Seeds Locally Dick Goldberg Coming of Age DGoldberg@ComingofAge.org www.ComingofAge.org Age2Age .
    • 38. Positive Aging Lunch Groups Encore Men’s Groups
    • 39. Questions Comments Contributions
    • 40. Evangelizing Positive Aging: Spreading the Seeds of the Movement Katy Fike Rick Moody Jan Hively Chris Kennedy Dick Goldberg February 11, 2014 7th Annual International Conference on Positive Aging Sarasota, Florida

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