Tag Archive: The Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging

Jul 07

Ta-Da…Announcing the 2019 Silver Screen Series

Hi everybody.   I’m elated to announce our 2019 Silver Screen Series. We have new dates… Monday, August 12  Monday, August 19  Monday, August 26 Same time 1:00pm We have fabulous fun and thought provoking FREE films Extraordinary discussion leaders (please see attached flyer and media advisory for more details)   Our Silver Screen Series …

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Sep 10

Guest Speakers Announced for Sixth Annual Silver Screen Series

Guest Speakers Announced for Sixth Annual Silver Screen Series Maturity and Its Muse, and the City of Creve Coeur Arts Committee, is proud to announce the guest discussion leaders for the sixth annual Silver Screen Series. The free film series focuses on films that explore positive aging themes, and each film concludes with an optional …

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Aug 16

The Silver Screen Series #productiveaging #artnstlou #standup4age #alzheimers

“By all these lovely tokens September days are here, With summer’s best of weather And autumn’s best of cheer.” –   Helen Hunt Jackson, September, 1830-1885 Had Helen Hunt Jackson known about The Silver Screen Series, when she wrote the above, I have no doubt whatsoever that she would have made mention of it as one of …

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Jul 21

” Words fail us: dementia and the arts” #dementia #alzheimers #creativity via@guardian

Yesterday,I was made aware of a very special article”Words Fail Us: Dementia and the Arts,” by Nicci Gerrard. And where did I find this? In my own enewsletter http://news.maturityanditsmuse.org/. Ian Kramer, one of our contributors had sent it in. I have shared this article with all I know, now including you. I must tell you that the author …

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Jul 17

The Silver Screen Series #productiveaging at its best #artnstlou

The Silver Screen Series We are pleased to present our 2015 film selections. This year on Thursdays! See side bar to the right for our schedule.

May 16

@SamFoxSchool Architecture Graduate Students Exploring Aging Concepts in Design and Center for Aging Joined Together

Architecture Studio Explores Aging Concepts in Design Studio Instructor Peter MacKeith, Sam Fox School Photo: Courtesy Washington University in St. Louis Institute of Public Health By 2017, for the first time in human history, the number of adults over age 65 will outnumber children under the age of five. As our demographics shift, designs for …

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May 08

Friedman Center for Aging Awards Given

The 14th Annual Friedman Lecture & Awards took place this morning. Robyn Stone, our keynote speaker, challenged one and all to find ways to develop a workforce that will be qualified to ably care for our aging society. Two young persons who, through their work, research, and care at the Charles F. and Joanne Knight …

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May 01

Robyn Stone, PhD LeadingAge May 8 @WashU St. Louis, MO

Robyn I. Stone, PhD, noted researcher and leading international authority on aging and long-term care policy, will deliver the 2014 Friedman Lecture Thursday, May 8, in Brown Hall on the Danforth Campus of Washington University in St. Louis. Stone will speak on “Developing the Workforce for an Aging America.” Given the aging of the population, …

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Mar 31

Friedman Center for Aging Planning Session

  Pictured from left: Stephanie Herbers, MSW/MPH Manager; Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging, Nancy Morrow-Hall, PhD, Director of the Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging, Dongmin Wang, visiting Scholar at the Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging at Washington University, with Me…Lynn Hamilton… discussing plans (over dinner at Sugo’s) for the:  Annual Friedman Lecture May …

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Feb 03

Friedman Center for Aging at Washington University Announces

Friedman Center Announces Global Aging Seed Funding Recipients The Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging has funded ten proposals to support collaborations that will advance cross-national research and education on older adults, later life, and aging societies as part of its Global Aging Initiative. Each collaboration includes one or more faculty from Washington University and one …

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