Meaningful Aging is designed to help you in your journey as you grow older, aiming to understand that our goals and abilities change as we enter different stages of our lives, all the while knowing that our significance does not diminish.
This event is designed for:
- the senior who is active and wants to get more out of life.
- the middle-aged person who is thinking about making retirement meaningful: to consider retirement as an extended holiday leads to disappointment.
- anyone who has an aging family or friends who will need care.
- all clergy who need to understand how successful aging benefits their congregation.
Dr. Paul Stevens
Paul is the Chairman of the Institute for Marketplace Transformation, Professor Emeritus in Marketplace Theology at Regent, and author of the book, Aging Matters: Finding Your Calling for the Rest of your Life (Eerdmans), and other books. He is enthusiastic about the potential of aging as well as aware of the restraints.
Dr. Paul Pearce
Paul is a co-founder and continues to serve as a consultant with the Centre for Healthy Aging Transitions. CHAT ministries develop and offer seminars, webinars, resources and other consultation opportunities to address the challenges and opportunities being presented by an unprecedented growth in the older adult demographic resulting from the aging boomer generation. Paul has ministered in pastoral, educational and older adult affordable housing management roles across Canada.
Dr. Margaret Cottle, MD
Dr. Margaret Cottle is a Palliative Care physician in greater Vancouver, BC, working in Home Hospice programs. She is a clinical assistant professor in the University of BC Faculty of Medicine. Dr. Cottle speaks internationally about end-of-life issues and palliative care and addressed members of the Canadian Parliament in 2006 and 2017. She completed her training in Dignity Therapy with Dr. Harvey Max Chochinov in 2012 and has a special interest in dignity conserving care.
Dr. Sharon Chapman, MD
Date & Time
Sat., Feb. 18, 2023 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.