ForeverWell Lecture Series

ForeverWell Lecture Series

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ForeverWell Lecture Series
  • Do Not Fall!

    Dr. Nino Iannello, PT, DPT, will discuss why one falls and how to protect against it. Learn common reasons for falls, what can and cannot be changed, and what you can do to be proactive.

  • Mindfulness Meditation - The Nature of the Mind

    Join for a mindfulness workshop with Wendy Saunders that will help you gain insights into the nature of the mind, thoughts, and other mental activities. Wendy is a certified instructor through Emory University for Cognitively-Based Compassion Training and she has led mindfulness and compassion wo...

  • Introduction to Allergic Diseases: Rhinitis, Asthma, & Food Allergies

    Dr. Christopher Collaco, MD, PhD, is the director of the Advanced Asthma & Food Allergies UT McGovern Medical School and facilitator of this session. Learn about the pathophysiology of the allergic cascade and how it plays a role in rhinitis, asthma, and food allergies.

  • Growing & Nourishing Garden Series: Come Find Your Green Thumb!

    Identify the characteristics of a suitable garden site. Session presented by Lora Jorgensen and Kristina Brown, MPH Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

  • The Texas State Library & Archives Commission

    The Texas State Library and Archives Commission refers to the agency in the state of Texas that assists the people of Texas to effectively use information, archival resources, public records and library materials to improve their lives, the lives of their families, and their communities.v

  • Arts are Good for the Brain

    There are life-giving benefits of engaging in the arts with respect to brain health and overall wellness. Learn ways to best integrate art into your own life.

  • The Road Map to Senior Care

    Do you think that sometime you will get older? If so, then explore with Steve Andriko, the options for senior care. Don't let traumatic events drive this process. Steve is the author of "The Road Map To Senior Care".

  • Do Well and Be Well with Hypertension

    These sessions will share how to incorporate low fat dairy into the DASH eating plan. Also included is how to identify sugar sources and ways to reduce it. Session presented by Dr. Sonja Stueart-Davis, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

  • Stress Less with Mindfulness 2

    Join Amanda Krippel, Family Community Health Worker, as we learn mindful laughter. We will experience the benefits of laughter, enjoy laughter and review skills of mindfulness.

  • Artists: Female, Fascinating, and Formidable

    This presentation by the Museum of Fine Arts Houston will discuss works of art by artists who are female. Some of these women had to face numerous roadblocks that kept them from having the same opportunities as artists who were male. Others of these artists had to face the challenge of working as...

  • Trace Your Family History

    Susan Kaufman, Sr. Manager, Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research, will discuss the research history process and the beginning steps of a family research project and available resources.

  • COVID-19 & Neurological Effects

    Join UTHealth Neurosciences neurologists Dr. Alexandra Czap and Dr. Alicia Zha as they examine both short and long-term effects of COVID-19 on the brain and nervous system. They'll explore how strokes can be caused by the virus, and discuss other neurological issues that are now being discovered ...

  • The Road Less Taken

    The YMCA Reading group, led by Sue Wheeler, meets each 4th Thursday of the month. In this session, we will discuss the text of Robert Frost's narrative poem, "The Road Not Taken".

  • Stress Less with Mindfulness

    Join Amanda Krippel, Family Community Health Worker, as we learn to be kind to our minds. Join as we practice mindful attention to our thoughts and discover how our brains work under stress. *Participants must register for each session in the series.