Lecture on Ageing & Ending Well

This seminar is designed for those who deal with aging parents and relatives, and for the “elderly” themselves. Topics will include: Maintaining physical health/ Diagnoses of dementia/ Alzheimer’s/ Advanced healthcare directives/ Integrative healthcare strategies for successful ageing/ Mortality/ Preparing ourselves, families, and clients for a compassionate, affirming, peaceful end to life.

The speaker, Joseph Naoshi Ozawa, Ph.D. is a Japanese-American who has been a psychologist and pastor for over 30 years, in America and in Asia. He has cared for ageing parents and relatives, and he himself is over 65 years of age. He also worked in geriatric psychology and palliative care with a U.S. government community health center.

EVENT: Lecture on “Ageing and Ending Well–Gracefully & Strong”
TARGET AUDIENCE: Caretakers of elderly and elderly themselves
SPEAKER: Joseph Naoshi Ozawa, Ph.D. (licensed clinical psychologist)
WHEN: Saturday, July 27, 2013; From 10:00 AM
WHERE: Wesley Center, 2F (Click HERE for a map)
RSVP: By email at [email protected] or phone at 03-6427-4696.
LANGUAGE: Lecture is in English but Japanese interpretation will be provided.
COST: Free

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