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Five Ways Technology Will Change the Way You Age

What: 5 Ways Technology will Change the Way You Age
Presented by: 90.7 WMFE with special guests Ryan Sullivan of Hartford Funds and Marc Middleton of Growing Bolder
When: Wednesday, March 7, 2018, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Orlando Museum of Art, 2416 N. Mills Ave., Orlando, 32803

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For the next generation of retirees, one question will remain above all others: How do you add life to longer lives? As people live longer, and spend more time in retirement, the challenge will be to get more out of those years. How do you find a rewarding second career? How do you stay close with friends and family? How do you maintain independence and mobility? How do you embrace new experiences? The answer: Technology.

Please join Ryan Sullivan, managing director of strategic markets for Hartford Funds, at the Orlando Museum of Art as he shares insights from the MIT AgeLab on the new economy of connections that will enable us to live fuller lives as we age.

He’ll touch on five important aspects of our lives:
• Technology-Driven Transportation Will Help Us Stay Mobile
• It Will Be Easier to Work and Earn Income Longer
• We’ll Be Better Able to Maintain Our Social Network as We Age
• Apps to Help Us Age in Place
Technology Will Monitor Our Health at Home

Then, hear from one of the leading voices in the active lifestyle movement, Marc Middleton of Growing Bolder. Each week, Marc talks to the country’s most interesting thought leaders, authors, health experts, masters athletes, rock stars of aging on the Growing Bolder radio show airing every Sunday at 7 a.m. on 90.7 WMFE.


Ryan Sullivan is a managing director of strategic markets for Hartford Funds. He travels extensively and is responsible for engaging and educating financial advisors and their clients about current and emerging opportunities in the financial services marketplace. These range
from areas such as retirement-income planning, investment planning, and charitable giving, to anticipating and preparing for long-term demographic and lifestyle changes. Read more about Ryan Sullivan

Marc Middleton is Founder and CEO of Bolder Broadcasting. A veteran news and sports anchor and multiple Emmy Award-winning reporter, Marc left TV news in 2006 to start Bolder Broadcasting, Inc. and Growing Bolder. One of the leading voices in the active lifestyle movement, Marc is the co-host of the Growing Bolder TV and Radio Shows, Executive Producer of Surviving & Thriving, Editor of Growing Bolder Magazine, Author of Rock Stars of Aging, and many more. Read more about Marc Middleton

MIT AgeLab is not an affiliate or subsidiary of Hartford Funds or 90.7 WMFE. Hartford Funds is not an affiliate of 90.7 WMFE.


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