SURPRISE, ARIZ., Feb. 23, 2016 – Dr. Roger Landry, physician, author and founder/president of Masterpiece Living®, a national organization that promotes the positive aspects of aging, will deliver two free seminars on “Making Successful Changes,” Thursday, March 2 in the Northwest Valley.
- The first seminar is at 9:45 a.m., Thursday, March 2, at Grandview Terrace, 14515 W. Granite Valley Dr., Sun City West. It includes a continental breakfast.
- The second seminar is at 12:15 p.m., Thursday, March 2, at The Colonnade, 19116 N. Colonnade Way, Surprise/Sun City Grand. It includes a light lunch.
Seating is limited. Advance reservations for each seminar are required by calling 623-236-3767.
Change can be difficult at any age, but older adults often have more trouble adapting to changes, Dr. Landry says.
“We’ve weathered more changes than any generation before us, which makes us survivors. However, with constant change being the new norm, it’s more important than ever for us to learn how to adapt to changes positively.”
Dr. Landry is a preventive-medicine physician, author of the best-selling book, “Live Long, Die Short,” and founder/president of Masterpiece Living, a group of multi-discipline specialists in aging who partner with communities to assist them in becoming destinations for continued growth. Trained at Tufts University School of Medicine and Harvard University School of Public Health, Dr. Landry specializes in building environments that encourage older adults to maximize their unique potential.
About Sun Health
A long-standing champion of healthy living and superior health care, Sun Health is a community-based non-profit organization providing pathways to population health through philanthropy, senior living programs and communities, and community wellness programs and services. Sun Health Senior Living includes three independent-living Life Care communities Grandview Terrace in Sun City West, La Loma Village in Litchfield Park and The Colonnade in Sun City Grand/Surprise) and Sun Health at Home, the first “continuing care at home” program in the Southwest.