Fifth Annual Aging Re-Imagined

Wake Forest University will be hosting another Aging Re-Imagined Conference next spring.  This free conference is open to the public.  National and local speakers from a variety of disciplines will talk about and demonstrate innovative developments in their field of aging. This is always a popular and energizing event.  To stay informed, email chapmahn@nullwfu.edu.

Save the Date: April 30, 2020

4:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Wake Forest University, Farrell Hall Broyhill Auditorium,
1834 Wake Forest Rd, Building 60, Winston-Salem, NC 27106


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 sessions from previous years

 

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