Healthy Aging Series

Prepare, Prevent, and Get Proactive!

Join us for the second annual U-M Healthy Aging Series which seeks to explore how older adults can live long and healthy lives. Medical experts will share findings from their research and clinical practice to provide practical strategies for healthy aging. 

Free, Virtual, and Open to the Public.

  • Please register separately for each event you would like to attend. 
    Pre-Registration is required. 


Creating Connections and Reducing Loneliness

The pandemic showed the power of human connection and the dangers of going without it. The U.S. Surgeon General has even issued a national advisory about the health impacts of loneliness. Learn about what we know and what you can do to help yourself and others stay connected.

Lauren Gerlach, DO, MS
Preeti Malani, MD, MS, MSJ

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Focus on Falls: Balance, Mobility, and Preventing Injury

No matter what your level of physical activity or ability, you can take action to reduce your risk of falling and your chance of serious injury if you stumble or fall. Learn about recent research on falls in older adults and get tips for prevention and recovery.

Allon Goldberg, PhD, MPH
Geoffrey Hoffman, PhD, PT

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Brain Health: What You Should Know and What You Can Do

Staying mentally sharp and spotting early signs of decline in your memory and thinking abilities have become even more possible in recent years. Get up to speed on the latest knowledge and preventive advice for people from different backgrounds.

Donovan Maust, MD, MS
Scott Roberts, PhD, MA
Edna Rose, PhD, MSW, RN-PMH-BC

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Navigating Your Medicare Choices and Benefits
With open enrollment under way and options abounding, get the latest on what to consider, how to choose wisely, and how to get the most out of the plan you select. Learn about Medicare tools, updates, and benefits.

Shari Smith, MA, MPH
Renu Tipirneni, MD, MSc

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Please call/email the Turner Senior Wellness Program:
(734) 998-9353
[email protected]

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