Institute on Aging
The Institute on Aging enables Boston College to excel as a beacon for expertise addressing the challenges and exploiting the opportunities presented by individual and societal aging.
A distinguishing characteristic of the IOA is our holistic approach to the challenges and opportunities of aging in the 21st Century. We foster interdisciplinary education, research and knowledge dissemination regarding spiritual, physical, social, financial, and emotional dimensions of well-being of older adults and their families. The Institute builds upon the contributions of existing university centers whose primary focus is on older adults.
End of Life Planning
The IOA has released the fifth module in the BC Talks Aging series: End of Life Planning. Watch BC Talks Aging
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This Is How Boomers Can Age Successfully
Boston College professor and BC Talks Aging presenter Christina Matz-Costa was recently featured as a panelist at the Harvard School of Public Health to discuss the public health challenges of an aging workforce. Watch The Aging Workforce discussion panel »