Prime Time highlights a handy list of initiatives that already tap retirees for such roles as foster grandparents and volunteers at free medical clinics. The book also profiles people who are now reaping the benefits of remaining socially productive. Freedman debunks the notion that old boomers will only be a burden on the nation's health care and Social Security systems. Instead, they will be the largest, best-educated, and healthiest group of retirees ever, he writes. Insightful and well written, Prime Time is for anyone concerned about the economic and social changes under way with the aging of the baby boomers. --Dan Ring --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The aging of America is upon us. Boomers will start turning 60 on January 1, 2006.
To read the papers, you would think that this event is going to be the start of a... Read more
Marc Freedman hits the nail on the head in this book: the coming wave of retiring boomers represents an asset unlike any other, with the potential to transform the American... Read morePublished on November 21, 2005 by Jeremy Cluchey
Marc Freedman's book communicates a forward thinking idea that is the next step in social development. Read morePublished on June 13, 2003 by "serakip"
Don't buy this one, check it out of the library and read Chapter 6, because it is the ONLY chapter that talks about what the title promises: How Baby Boomers WILL Revolutionize... Read morePublished on December 21, 2002
There are 3 books every older person should read and ponder. Marc Freedman's book Prime Time is one of them (The other titles are Another Country and Age-ing to Sage-ing). Read morePublished on October 29, 2002 by Martin R. Kimeldorf
The best of "Prime Time" in my opinion is in the absoulutely fantastic chapter called "A Year-Round Vacation," which brilliantly and entertainingly documents... Read morePublished on June 24, 2001 by George Fulmore
Marc not only researches and writes well, his promising and timely message couldn't be better expressed than in Prime Time. Read morePublished on April 26, 2001 by Leon Adnis