Ken Stern


Ken Stern


Ken Stern is the founder and chair of the Longevity Project which he founded in collaboration with the Stanford Center on Longevity. He is the host of multiple podcasts, including When I’m 64. Ken joins How We Got Here to talk about his personal connection to caregiving and how both When I'm 64 and the Longevity Project got started. He revisits his father's end-of-life experience and reflects on the emotions he still feels thinking about what could have been done differently. Ken also weighs in on the current administration’s proposed plans for caregiver support and shares how the National Conversation on Caregiving initiative is raising visibility around the caregiving crisis in the U.S.

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Listen to the previous episode of How We Got Here featuring Alexandra Drane who talks about her experiences as both caregiver and patient over the years.

How We Got Here, a caregiver podcast from and The Whole Care Network, is sponsored by Anthem and produced by OdVox Productions.

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