Our messages are not always heard in the ways we intend. Sometimes, the general public even hears the complete opposite of what we meant to say. I have long used “older adults” when talking about people at least 65 years-old.
Our messages are not always heard in the ways we intend. Sometimes, the general public even hears the complete opposite of what we meant to say. I have long used “older adults” when talking about people at least 65 years-old. Rick Nease File illustration
Our messages are not always heard in the ways we intend. Sometimes, the general public even hears the complete opposite of what we meant to say. I have long used “older adults” when talking about people at least 65 years-old. Rick Nease File illustration

Whether ‘senior citizen’ or ‘older adult,’ don’t let words get in the way of the message about aging

March 12, 2018 08:30 PM