EventsEnlightened Aging: Building Resilience for a Long, Active Life

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Enlightened Aging: Building Resilience for a Long, Active Life

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Description

Author, physician and research scientist Dr. Eric B. Larson will offer practical advice about growing old with resilience and foresight. His book proposes a path to resilience that may help you maintain vitality as you age.

Steps include: 

1) Being proactive about your health.

2) Accepting the changes that come with growing older.

3) Building strong physical, mental, and social reserves.

Dr. Larson’s advice is based on his experience leading one of the world’s largest and longest research studies aimed at preventing dementia. He also shares inspiring stories from his experiences with patients, study participants, family and friends.

Sponsored by KCLS Foundation and in partnership with the Frye Art Museum, Aging Wisdom, Northwest Center for Creative Aging, Era Living and the UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center.

Please register.



Events in the Pioneers in Aging Series:

October 10: Dr. Eric B. Larson, Enlightened Aging 

October 17: Robin Shapiro, The Secret Language of Healthcare: How to Ask for the Care You Deserve

November 2: Robin Ryan, Retirement Reinvention: Make Your Next Act Your Best Act

Reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities is available by request. Email access@kcls.org at least seven days before the event. Automated closed captioning is always available for online events.


Suitable for:
Adults (Ages 55 and older)
Adults (Ages 18 to 24)
Type:
zLectures and Conversations
Language:
English

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