The Center for Productive Aging at Towson University provides a focal point for aging-related activities and research. Our focus is on research that strengthens community-based organizations, improves the lives of older adults and their families and increases our understanding of population aging and its effects on individuals lives.
Reporting on the findings of a three year evaluation project
[The Living Well Project is an evidence-based program to help older adults with chronic illness to take control over their health and their health communications with professionals. More than 1,000 Maryland seniors have participated in this program.]
Administration on Aging NFCSP Issue Brief, 2002. Neal, M. & Wagner, D.
For information about partnership opportunities and on-going projects, contact Emiko Takaji at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gerontology Program - Office of Collaborative Programs
Linthicum Hall, Room 121
Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
•Congratulations! At the Governor's Leadership in Aging Conference the Secretary of Aging presented Gerontology faculty with a plaque. This plaque recognizes the successful partnership between TU's Center for Productive Aging and the Maryland Department on Aging in working together on the Living Well Project.