This ground-breaking book presents a study of ageing as it is affecting the baby boom generation. Taking a widely interdisciplinary approach, it brings together insights from culture, history, gerontology, demographics and more to paint a vivid picture of how this cohort has faced aging and its physical, mental, emotional, and social effects.
Dr Naomi Woodspring completed her PhD in 2014 and is now a Research Fellow, University of the West of England as part of the Bristol Ageing Better project. Prior to returning to university as a late life learner, she had her own consulting firm providing sustainable solutions to organisational and community challenges. She also worked as a psychotherapist in a wide variety of settings from a managing a community prison project to Native American communities.