February 19, 2017 @ 11:00 am – 1:30 pm
Ellen Newman

Patricia Faust

Hosted by Michael Miller and Tommy Lawson

Everything changes as we age, both our bodies and our brains.  While genetics can play a role in this process, the dominant factor in aging is our lifestyle.  Learn about the normal changes related to aging and, more importantly,  how to slow down and even reverse some of these changes.  A review of the six tips to keep your brain sharp will give you the tools you need to live a vibrant life throughout your older years.  Patricia Faust is a gerontologist specializing in the issues of brain aging, brain health, brain fitness and dementia.  She serves as the Corporate Wellness Director for Dr. Paul Nussbaum’s Brain Health Center.  Her blogsite, www.myboomerbrain.com,  has gained international followers, and she has shared her expertise on local radio and television stations on topics ranging from Brain Aging and Health to Recognizing and Dealing with Diminished Capacity.

Designed by William Martin Aiken and built in 1910, the eclectic Italianate home of Michael Miller and Tommy Lawson is a wonderful example of an historic home with modern conveniences.  Built on the banks of the Ohio River, the home offers breathtaking views from all three floors.  It features intricate detailing in its leaded and stained- glass windows and doors as well as the owners’ unique and rare glass collections.  The splendid oval dining room overlooking the pool and the charming library are not to be missed.  Enjoy brunch, with coffee, tea, and assorted juices.

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