DISRUPT AGING: THE IMPLICATIONS OF LIVING 100

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AARP

TAKE THE CHALLENGE:

DISRUPT AGING: THE IMPLICATIONS OF LIVING 100

The Issue:

Imagine living to the age of 100: what does the world look like? Scientific advancements in medicine and aging research are quickly making that dream a reality:

In the United States, 50% of kids who are 10 years old today are expected to live to be over 104!

This shift in life expectancy could have dramatic impacts on our society, including changes to the way we eat, work, and interact with one another.

 

The Game Design Prompt:

How would you prepare to live to be 100 years old? What knowledge, skills, habits and relationships would be important to you? Create a game that reflects how you would prepare for a long, healthy and prosperous life.

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