Ed. note: This is cross-posted on the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s blog. See the original post here.
Earlier this week, I traveled to Cleveland, Ohio to speak at the fourth regional forum as part of this year’s White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA). The meeting brought together a wide variety of leaders to work on a common goal: addressing the changing landscape of aging.
Our nation is experiencing an incredible transformation, with 10,000 Americans turning 65 every day. And we also know that the way folks view retirement is changing — it’s no longer looked at as the closing chapter in one’s life, but rather the beginning of a new one.