The Good Life Design Collaborative
Tuesday, February 13, 2018 | 9:00am - 10:30am
Tuesday, January 9
James Collins, physical therapist and clinical director of Pivot Physical Therapy will explore the relationship between movement and immediate improvements in mobility, cognition and pain. Find out how seniors can achieve this and how caregivers can empower seniors to stay active, engaged and productive all their lives. Free and open to the community.
Tuesday, February 13
Judi Cleary, Certified Dementia Practitioner and Trainer, and Executive Director of Branchlands, will discuss how increasing knowledge about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease will enable Seniors to improve their brain health with lifestyle changes. Service providers can also improve their care giving techniques with knowledge of the illness. Free and open to the community.
At The Good Life Design Collaborative, our mission is to make life easier and more fun for people of all ages and abilities by educating, connecting, and inspiring both consumers and service providers.
- Anyone planning smart ways to live a long and vital life
- People encountering health difficulties and the people who love them and care for them
Providers of products and services designed to make life better for people encountering health problems or frailty. The Good Life Design network is an inter-generational collaboration between Seniors and professional caregivers. Learn more at GoodLifeDesign.org. It offers monthly educational speakers and a chance to talk with professionals from health care to home help to government representatives, to find services and life choices that are right for you.Open to all.