Additional workshops in the series include:
Aging 101: What is Normal and How Do I Proact to It?
Dr. Alexis Eastman is a faculty member in the Division of Geriatrics and Gerontology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison School of Medicine and Public Health. Her presentation will help us understand that aging doesn't mean disease, nor does growing older mean we will become frail.
Embracing Change - All of it!
We've experienced lots of change in our lifetimes. Through presentation, discussion, and self-reflection, Dr. Kristin Litzelman will help you start thinking differently about change and introduce some tools and strategies to help you plan, adapt, and thrive.
Life's a Daring Adventure - Carpe Vitam!
This workshop, led by Mary Helen Conroy and Galen Metz, is for persons looking to review, retreat, and reinvent their lives. If you're revisiting your personal goals or wondering what new steps to take after some changes in your life, this is a great place to start. This workshop will include exploring your various life dimensions, followed by planning steps, and closing 'why you matter.'
Living with the End in Mind
Julie Swanson is an end of life doula who brings an emergent learning approach to her work. This session is for people who want to have an honest conversation about their mortality. You will leave with provocative questions, meaningful practices, helpful resources, and next steps for how you can live with the end in mind...now.
You and Your Money: A Dynamic Relationship
Connie Kilmark is a financial counselor, trainer, and speaker on personal money management and life planning. During this workshop, Connie will walk you through the financial aspects of aging.
Keep an eye on this website, our monthly newsletter, our e-newsletter, and Facebook to learn when other workshops will be occurring and how to sign up!