Wednesday, Apr 21, 2021 to
Wednesday, Apr 21, 2021
This event is full.
:30 pm ET | 5:30 pm CT | 4:30 pm MT | 3:30 pm PT with Professor Brian Carpenter of Washington University in St. Louis. AARP Membership not required.
In this class we’ll review what biological, psychological, and social research has taught us about growing older. Along the way, we'll discuss what's common with aging (everybody shrinks a little), what's not normal (Alzheimer's is a disease not everyone gets), and key components of successful aging (friends and family are important, but perhaps in different ways). The trajectory of aging gets shaped very early in life, but there are powerful forces that guide it along the way, and steps you can take to maximize your later years. Professor Carpenter will participate in a LIVE Q&A immediate following the pre-recorded lecture.
Professor Carpenter will participate in a LIVE Q&A immediately following the pre-recorded lecture. A recording will be available to view after the live event concludes but you MUST register to receive the link.
This event is FREE but registration is REQUIRED.
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