Reset thinking to unlock potential.


Top Sixty works with progressive businesses and organizations to maximize efficiency, innovation and prosperity by leveraging the talent of their multigenerational workforces.

Using our proven, research-based programs, Top Sixty can:

  • Redesign, train, and implement your inclusion program.
  • Consult on the impact of ageism to improve your  bottom line.
  • Facilitate focus groups, discussions, retreats, and events.
  • Train your multigenerational team to be intergenerational

“Working across an increasing number of generations is
the way of the future and presents untold opportunity.”
Top Sixty Founder, Helen Hirsh Spence


Fulfill your aspirations.
Unlock your true potential.
Rediscover your purpose.
Reinvent yourself.
Reach out now!


Top Sixty Over Sixty provides the tools and training to address ageism and promote age diversity.  A social enterprise, Top Sixty advocates for age diversity, equity, and inclusion. Visit our ABOUT page to learn how we do this.


Age 60 was considered old in previous generations.  Now age 80 is the medium.

Age Wave’s latest study, The New Age of Aging, provides pivotal insights into the future as the older adult population is estimated to skyrocket by at least 50% over the next 30 years. The definition of “old” has been pushed back twenty years, driven by a new breed of older adults. Age 60 was considered old in previous generations. Now age 80 is the median. Learn more about the findings from this recent (June 6-8, 2023) survey. Download a PDF of the full report HERE.

Age Wave is the nation’s [U.S.A.] foremost thought leader on population aging and its profound business, social, financial, healthcare, workforce and cultural implications. Under the leadership of Founder/CEO Ken Dychwald, Ph.D., Age Wave has a unique understanding of the bodies, minds, hopes and demands of the new generations of maturing adults and workers and their expectations, attitudes, hopes, and fears for their longer lives.

Older and younger people work together in office.


The All-important factor: Personal Connection

The All-important factor: Personal Connection

As we age, we need to create new traditions and new meanings for our changing lives in order to feel fulfilled and relevant. The get-togethers of friends can be as simple as meeting to play cards, or discussing books or politics, but such gatherings are essential to us, especially in later life.

read more
Co-Generate (Generate Together) for a Better Future

Co-Generate (Generate Together) for a Better Future

Today’s workforce comprises up to five generations. In the 1950s no more than three generations worked together. The current reality presents untold opportunities to combine the thinking, resources, expertise, and experience of people from ages 15 to 100.

read more
The 100-year life is here

The 100-year life is here

The 100-year life isn’t a vision of the future. It is already here. There are almost 10,000 Canadian centenarians according to the last census. Eighty-five-year-olds are the fastest-growing age group and there are now more people aged 65 or older than there are children.

read more


Careers That Matter

Careers That Matter

Stu McNish chats with Helen Hirsh Spence about her ‘job’ at Top Sixty Over Sixty. Learn more about Helen and her “Third Act“ journey as an entrepreneur and how Top Sixty Over Sixty came to be.

read more