Check out sessions from Aging Re-Imagined 2.0:

Anthony Marsh, PhDImproving Function and body composition in older adults with community partners:The CLIP-II Study

Edward Shaw, MD: Memory Counseling Clinic

Lia Miller and Sudha Shreeniwas, PhD: ARTMail for Alzheimer’s: A structured participatory arts program for seniors with cognitive symptoms 

Sara Romanik and Carol PenneyIntergenerational Kindermusik

Daniel Umlauf, JDDetermining Legal Competence in Older Adults

Click on the DEAC Talk schedule to watch more sessions

 

Donovan Livingston, MA, EdM., Spoken Word Poet and Author

Aging Re-Imagined Symposium 2.0: Meaning, Mind, Mobility, Mortality

Following on from the successful Aging Re-Imagined 1.5 in the Spring of 2017 you are invited to join us this year.  This is your place to come & learn with others about different aspects of aging with artists, clinicians, community members & researchers.

May 3-4, 2018

Wake Forest University, Bridger Field House,
499 Deacon Boulevard, Winston-Salem, NC 27105

Registration closed

Meet our Keynote Speakers:


Ashton Applewhite

A self-described activist about ageism and author of: This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism
Ashton Applewhite A self-described activist about ageism and author of: This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism
Professor Kelvin J.A. Davies, PhD, DSc, FRSC, FRCP
Professor Kelvin J.A. Davies, PhD, DSc, FRSC, FRCP
Dan Gasby, a former executive in the entertainment industry who is now a powerful advocate for people with Alzheimer’s disease.
Dan Gasby, a former executive in the entertainment industry who is now a powerful advocate for people with Alzheimer’s disease.
Charles P. Sabatino, J.D. 
Director of the American Bar Associations Commission on Law and Aging
Charles P. Sabatino, J.D. Director of the American Bar Associations Commission on Law and Aging
Donovan Livingston, MA, Ed.M., Spoken Word Poet and Author
Donovan Livingston, MA, Ed.M., Spoken Word Poet and Author