Dynamic Living Lecture Series
Dynamic Living Lecture Series offers exciting lectures designed to inspire, enlighten, entertain and inform. Essentially, this monthly series will draw from the five pillars of vital living – intimacy, intellectual stimulation, purpose, fitness and social interaction.
This lecture series will bring together leading experts from the Bay Area – authors, physicians, college professors, community leaders etc. – who will offer the community their latest research and expertise on areas of health, education, relationships, fitness, social issues, personal fulfillment and political events.
Expand your heart, strengthen your body and enrich your mind!
Inaugural Lecture: Living Long - Challenges and Solutions
by Dr. Moira Fordyce
¨ Can we influence how we age?
¨ What happens to memory as we age?
¨ What is "good health" as we age?
¨ Is getting sick different as we age?
¨ When should we seek medical help?
About the Speaker
Dr. Moira Fordyce, a geriatrician, is an adjunct clinical professor of medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, chair of the Executive Committee of the California Coalition for Caregivers, and vice-chair of the American Geriatric Society’s Public Education Committee. She is a member of the California Department of Aging Assistive Technology (AT) Coalition which is exploring how best to use AT to promote optimal function and independence for the disabled of all ages and for older adults.
When: Tuesday January 22
Cost: $5 Members / $9 Non Members