Ideas for maintaining social connections as one ages

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This Longevity Explorers' discussion of the importance of social interaction in later years turns on ways to build and maintain connections later in life. Whether finding friends or connecting with like minded people through affinity groups, all agreed that maintaining social connections is essential to quality of life for older adults.

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from the Commonwealth Club Longevity Explorers circle discussion October 19th, 2015.


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Key words: 
social interaction, quality of life