We’ve all heard of the “bucket list” concept: Creating a list of places or pursuits you’d like to accomplish before it’s too late. But whether you can realize these goals often depends not only on the strength of your desires but the reality of your circumstances. Enter David Tosetto, owner and operator of two assisted living facilities in New York State, who’s encouraged residents of his facilities to dream big, and has committed himself to supporting these dreams and making things happen. Whether it’s starting to take college classes at age 92 or finally getting behind the controls of a plane at age 97, Tosetto has inspired his residents to set adventurous goals, regardless of their age. Find out more about Tosetto, and these soaring seniors, by Reading Here. And for those late in their lives who can no longer physically take on these sorts of experiences, but still have the desire to explore, read about new virtual reality options Here.