- By Walkertown Branch
- Posted Wednesday, August 21, 2019
How to Keep the Brain Active by “learning” from Everyday Life Experiences at Walkertown
Come and hear how to keep your brain active by “learning” from everyday life experiences such as cooking, grandkids, games, exercise, travel, socializing, pets, hobbies, volunteering, job, neighbors, friends, and more.
We'll demonstrate how to “look forward” to the future with positivity and lightheartedness. Participants typically leave the meeting feeling good, with a greater sense of optimism and connection with others.
The discussions, led by Looking Forward, Living Forward hosts, examine the past and identify key wisdom that we each have gained through experience. We consider how we can carry that wisdom forward into the next phase of life. The discussions confirm that real wisdom is in everyone, and we learn much from one another.
More information can be provided by phone 336-703-2990 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to keep the brain active by “learning” from everyday life experiences
Thursday, August 22, 10 a.m.
Walkertown Branch Library
2969 Main St. Walkertown, NC 27051
Call (336) 703-2990 for more information.
Click here for driving directions.
About our hosts
Sanford Danziger, MD
Sanford has a background in medicine, psychotherapy and education. He served in the US Peace Corps, and for 15 years at the Center for Creative Leadership on the adjunct faculty. He volunteered in a project doing hands-on care for terminally-ill people and is the co-founder of TRP Enterprises, a training and consulting company.
Raised in a small town in upstate South Carolina, Janice grew up with a strong sense of community and neighbors helping each other. She is retired from several careers in the medical and educational fields and managed her family’s successful retail business. She has volunteered as a hospice team member, in health and wellness projects, and has tutored children.