Enhancing Resilience and Achieving Successful Aging for a Thriving Later Life with Arvind Grewal
Fifty and Better Fall Lectures
Join us on a journey of discovery into two essential elements of aging that often escape our notice but hold immense significance: resilience and successful aging. Resilience is far more than weathering life's storms; it's the remarkable ability to adapt and flourish amidst challenges. On the same token successful aging is the synergy that contributes to longevity, an active lifestyle, paving the way for vibrant and fulfilling later years.
Throughout this enlightening lecture, we'll unravel the intricate connections between resilience, the aging process and the transformative effects of physical activity and cognitive engagement. Together, we'll delve into the ways in which cultivating resilience empowers us to navigate life's twists and turns, while encompassing successful aging as it encourages us to actively embrace life, maintain independence and nurture cognitive health. Join us as we explore how these intertwined elements shape our physical, mental, and social well-being, ultimately leading to healthy, happy and thriving later years.
Arvind Grewal has an unwavering passion for enhancing the quality of life for older adults. Currently pursuing a doctor of philosophy in psychology with a specialization in gerontology, his research centers around the aging process and its profound impact on individuals, communities and societies. Grewal is driven by his deep commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of older adults and thrives on connecting with people and spearheading positive change in the field of gerontology.
The Fifty and Better (FAB) program was designed for people 50+ years of age, seeking intellectual stimulation through university level courses (without the pressure of grades) for the sake of learning and social engagement.
Register by Dec. 8 at 1 p.m.