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Event Time

Thu, 01/28/2016 - 9:00am to 11:00am
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Event Location

The Village at Penn State, 260 Lions Hill Rd, State College, PA 16803
 

Paradoxes of Aging, a lecture given by Martin Sliwinski, Professor of Human Development and Family Studies, Director for the Center for Healthy Aging

How do ideas associated with good health shift as we age? Learn about how new research is pointing to different standards for younger and older adult health and well-being.

Breakfast 9 AM, Lecture 10:00 AM

Reservations are needed for this event: Please call (814) 865-4776 or email psuhealthyaging@gmail.com

NEW! C-Net, Centre County's government and education access television network, will be recording and broadcasting the 2016 lecture series. Visit https://www.cnet1.org/ or healthyaging.psu.edu to watch the lectures online following each of the scheduled lecture dates. C-Net will also broadcast each lecture 5 times as a part of their scheduled television programming.

The Health Aging Public Lecture Series is a community partnership:

The Village at Penn State, Foxdale Village, Home Instead Senior Care, Juniper Village at Brookline, Mount Nittany Health, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Penn State, and the Penn State Center for Healthy Aging.

Parking Information

From Park Avenue in State College: Travel on Park Avenue until it intersects with Fox Hollow Road (Beaver Stadium is at that intersection). Turn onto Fox Hollow Road. Make a left at the next light onto Toftrees Avenue. Make the next left onto President's Drive. Go to the end of President's Drive and make a left onto Lions Hill Road. Follow Lions Hill Road past The Atrium, through a stop sign and around a curve. Look for the blue awning on your right which is the main entrance to The Village at Penn State Life Care Retirement Community. Park in the visitor lot in front of the building.