Join us for the 2015 TALK ’n TASTE Series
PreSERVE Coalition, along with the Portland Alumnae Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority host this educational series about healthy aging for older African Americans. Health research and wellness experts will present health information, offer practical ideas for taking action and answer your health questions. Each session will include tasting a healthy soul food recipe.
June 25, 2-4PM: Health for people ”over the hill”; What we know from Epigenetics Kent Thornburg, PhD; director of the Moore Institute for Nutrition and Wellness, and 7 simple steps to a healthy heart and brain with naturopath Lynne Shinto, ND, MPH
Click Shinto_06252015 to view and download Dr. Shinto’s PowerPoint presentation.
July 30, 2-4PM: Get Out and Walk: It’s easy and fun – and it helps your brain!Elizabeth Eckstrom, MD on Exercise and the brain Raina Croff, PhD, OHSU SHARP; Rochelle McElroy and Linda Boise, PhD, MPH, on Age Friendly Cities
August 20, 2-4PM: Stay in Balance: how (and why) to stay steady on your feet. Bich Tran of OHSU’s Matter of Balance; Rosalee Locklear of OSU’s Better Bones & Balance Allyson Spencer, yoga and tai chi instructor
September 22, 10AM-12Noon: Joys, Sorrows and Strategies of Caregiving with Allison Lindauer,PhD, NP, OHSU Memory Clinic and Sarah Holland, the Alzheimer’s Association
All sessions are FREE and open to the public
Location: June Key Delta Center – 5940 N. Albina Avenue, Portland, OR
For information: Tiffany at 503-494-2367 or visit www.preservecoalition.org
Whole grain ingredients for recipe “tastes” compliments of Bob’s Red Mill
Attend all 4 talks for a chance to win a door prize