Stanton's 15th Annual Senior Health & Wellness Expo!

posted by Morgan Cook - 

Come on out and join me at the Health & Wellness Expo October 20th! At Rowntree Gardens!

Stanton's 15th Annual Senior Health & Wellness Expo!

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Experience, Enjoy & Engage in Life!

October 20, 2018 – 10:00am – 2:30pm – Join special guest and radio icon Tim Conway Jr. at Stanton’s 15th Annual Senior Health & Wellness Expo hosted by Rowntree Gardens. We’ll be welcoming internationally-known aging expert and cognitive health author, Cameron J. Camp, Ph.D. as our keynote speaker. Health screenings, interesting vendors & great food promises to make this year’s Expo a perfect place to discover new ways to stay active, curious & love life at every age.

Engage with more than 20 vendors ready to help you enjoy a healthy, active life.

Meet popular radio talk show host, Tim Conway Jr.

Learn from Dr. Cameron J. Camp as he shares exciting innovations that meaningfully improve the lives of those living with dementia.

  • Take advantage of free flu shots, blood pressure testing, and health screenings.
  • Enjoy nutritious snacks and smoothies.
  • Experience the benefits of massage, essential oils, and therapy dogs.
  • Enter to win great prizes in our raffle giveaways.
  • Get energized with our dance instruction team.
  • Share sweets with new friends during the closing reception.

For more info, contact Jolene at (714) 829-9519 or JoleneC@RowntreeGardens.org

Cameron J. Camp, Ph.D., grew up in Oklahoma City and Tyler, Texas and has his doctorate in experimental psychology.

After graduating with his degree in 1979, he began working with persons with dementia and eventually became the Professor of Psychology at the University of New Orleans. He later left teaching and began building the Montessori-Based Dementia Programming seminars that he also outlines in his books.

He's the author of many books, especially those that help people understand how memory loss affects the behaviors of our loved ones...

He's said to write with wit as well as compassion, and often goes against "conventional wisdom" in his approaches to caring for someone with dementia.

“We are not helpless in the face of Alzheimer’s disease and associated illnesses. We can best care for ourselves and our loved ones with dementia by embracing the humanity that exists, and has always existed, within each other.” (Cameron J. Camp, Ph.D., from the Author’s Preface to Hiding the Stranger in the Mirror).

Make sure you're listening to KFI tonight at 9 to hear Timmy chat with the author about the work he's doing to help those with, and affected by, the disorder.

And buy the book on Amazon here!

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