Aging Matters TV show

AGING MATTERS TV Show is produced at Arlington Independent Media and broadcasts twice weekly on Arlington, Virginia cable channels and streaming live on www.arlingtonmedia.org. The show offers interviews with aging experts and includes demonstrations of how aging-related subjects benefit the lives of older adults and their families.


Recent programs feature guests who share their “Stories of Life,” experiences that made a difference to
them and to their communities.

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Producer and host Cheryl Beversdorf interviews guest Sean Curry, Program Coordinator, Prevention of the Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington on AGING MATTERS TV Show

Episode 28 ⁠— Generational Stereotypes

Members of every generation tend to see the world around them in their own way. Often,
stereotypes can be harmful and generate beliefs based on false assumptions. Episode 28
of the Aging Matters TV Show focuses on generation stereotypes and features an
interview with two older adults, Carmen Melendez and Larry Padberg, and two Marymount
University students, Jenna Kniceley and Davonne Douglas, who discuss how they view their
own generation and those of other generations.


This program also features a video from AARP called What is Old?, which portrays assumptions about aging and how they can be changed. Click to watch the next episode of Aging Matters. 
 

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