"Stats and Facts: Myths About Aging"
Aging is inevitable, but not our attitudes toward it. Old age is shrouded in myths and misconceptions. In fact, much of what we think we know about aging is simply speculation. This presentation reviews the most common myths of aging and how we can debunk them in our own lives. Let’s learn to age with empowerment!
"Spring Into Shape: Ways to Be Healthier"
In this presentation we discuss how to eat, sleep and exercise to improve our daily habits now that Spring has sprung! Great tips on how to set realistic goals to keep your health on track. How do we revitalize our diet as we age, and how to get better sleep. You will walk away with ideas to achieve your healthy lifestyle.
"Coming Out of the Winter Blues: A Blueprint to Focusing on Your Health"
Learn how to tackle the “Winter Blues” and feel better. You’ll learn suggestions on how to focus on five main areas: Mental Health, Diet, Sleep, Exercise and How to keep on goal. Many tips for leading a more enriched life, even during the Winter months!
“Loneliness: A State of Mind”
During the Covid-19 Pandemic many folks have been experiencing feelings of loneliness. Or perhaps other times in your daily life you have felt lonely. Lynn Croft is a Professional Healthcare Advocate. This presentation will explore what is loneliness and what drives those feelings. Additionally, Lynn offers some practical suggestions to ward off feeling lonely.
As we age, our nutritional needs as well as our daily habits have an impact on How we age. Genetics plays a smaller role than our own behavior. 70 to 80% of our vitality is up to us! Learn about the difference between Chronological Age and Health Age.
There will be tips on how to age with better health, including healthier eating, nutrition and how to get a better night’s sleep.
“How to Talk to Your Doctor and Be Your Own Advocate”
In the current healthcare environment, patients must learn to become their own advocate. Lynn Croft is a Professional Healthcare Advocate. Her program not only educates with the keys to better communication but includes useful handouts that can be used as guides. Her goal is to educate the public for better outcomes from their physician visits!
"Cognitive Health and Wellness"
Cognitive health is the ability to clearly think, learn, and remember. Genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors are all thought to influence cognition and health. As we age, that also has an impact on our cognitive functions such as problems with attention, memory recall, planning, reasoning and problem solving. Learn about ways to boost your cognitive fitness!
Elderly Fraud: How to Protect Yourself
An estimated five million people fall victim to financial scams every year. Seniors are often targeted in these scams, as seniors might not be as familiar with technology as members of younger generations. This talk reviews the most common forms of Elder Fraud. You will also learn ways to protect yourself from frauds and scams.