To register online, click here or for a print and mail form, click here.
For sponsorship information and form, click here.
Maintaining “balance” in our lives provides a way to enhance our overall quality of life as we age, while staying engaged in activities that can help to lower stress and prevent cognitive decline. This year’s conference will focus on providing useful suggestions to promote successful aging and brain health by finding greater balance in our lives. Our experts will review practical ways to incorporate the science of successful aging in our daily activities, including the most up-to-date scientific information on ways to enhance physical, emotional, and social well-being.
Registration for the conference is $50 ($150 for Psychologists requesting CE credits) and will include a continental breakfast and lunch. The day-long conference will conclude with a panel discussion period that will give participants an opportunity to ask questions of our experts.
- How finding “balance” can support our physical, emotional, and social well-being
- Balance exercises and physical fitness to prevent injuries and cognitive decline
- Staying mentally fit with cognitive exercises to support brain health
- How living environments can influence our cognitive health
- The benefits of volunteerism and staying connected in our communities
- Finding emotional balance in the face of stressful life events
Conference Directors: Gene Alexander, Ph.D. and Lee Ryan, Ph.D.
Presenters include: Lee Ryan, Ph.D., Gene Alexander, Ph.D., Elizabeth Glisky, Ph.D., David Raichlen, Ph.D., Mary-Frances O’Connor, Ph.D., and guest speakers.
For a flyer for this event, click here.
Click here to see the directors talk about the 2014 conference on AZ Illustrated
For information and photos from the 2014 conference, click here.
For information and photos from the 2013 conference, click here.
To make a tax-deductible donation to the conference, click here.
Thank you to our 2015 Co-Sponsor: