Solo Acts:
Stories of Solo Agers

For our next project we are partnering with Generations United to raise awareness about the unique experience of being a Solo Ager. Solo Agers can be considered as...

According to the Pew Research Center, more than 25% of adults 60 years of age and older are considered Solo Agers and that number is only expected to rise. As it does we hope to learn more about this population in order shine a light on their unique individual and collective experiences. 

Interview Participants Wanted
Are you 65 years of age or older?

We are partnering with Generations United to learn more about the experiences of older adults who live alone and have little family support, in order to help service providers meet the unique needs of these elders. 

Do you:

  • Live alone? 

  • Have no family living within a five-hour drive?

  • Have no paid caregiver helping you?

If so, you may be eligible to participate! To find out more contact Jessica 'Decky' Alexander to learn more.



Interviews will last about 45 minutes in a convenient location for you, and will follow the most recently available CDC protocols for COVID safety. You will receive a $75 gift card to a grocery store in your area for participating! 

Click the logo to learn more about Generations United 

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Vital: A Fugue On Aging illustrates through six connected episodic scenes, the ways in which those who are caregivers, and those who are being cared for try to live in and through social and health care systems, economic and the reality that the "aging are taking care of the aging".


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