Creative Longevity and Positive Aging
Within the next 8-10 years, 65 year old adults will outnumber children five and under for the first time in our history. The gap between retirement and death has significantly increased due to the general health and functioning of our senior population. As we live longer and face the financial, relational, and health factors often associated with longevity, effective coping strategies become increasingly important to the maintenance of creative, healthy lifestyles. Todd K. Favorite, Ph.D., Director of the UM Psychological Clinic, will help us explore these issues of our aging society and answer questions on Wed., June 8 at Malletts Creek Branch, 7-8:30 pm.