Aging Gratefully: The Power of Good Health and Good Neighbors (Run Time 50 min)

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Filmmaker and Silver Sage Village senior cohousing resident Alan O’Hashi is mostly recovered from his death bed illness in 2013. As a result of that experience he’s become much more aware of his health. One of his neighbors circulated information about a research study at the University of Colorado about the effects of exercise on brain health. Curious, he was selected to be a research subject. To measure success, one of the criteria is emotional health and strength of relationship building.

Does living in a cohousing community complement physical activity? He interviewed six residents of newly-formed Germantown Commons to find out their motivations behind living in cohousing and whether living intentionally with neighbors was a positive experience, and what types of physical activity happen in a group setting.

Germantown Commons Residents:

- Essie Sappenfield (retired)

- Doug Luckes (still working)

- Suzanne Glasgow (recently deceased)

- Sarah Carroll (single mom)

- Chris Corby (still working)

- Ginger Lange (retired)

- Vicki Metzgar (retired)

Also Appearing:

- Bryan Bowen, AIA (Caddis Architects)

- Angela Bryan PhD,( Principal Investigator CU FORCE study)

  • Size
    5.02 GB
  • Duration
    50 minutes
  • Resolution
    1080p
  • Size5.02 GB
  • Duration50 minutes
  • Resolution1080p
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