Everyone in the South Shore area and surrounding communities are welcome to attend
No Registration is required. There will be a free will offering at these lectures
January 25, 2018 1:00 PM
The college will welcome Thomas Moore, a great author to speak about his new book
“Ageless Soul: The Lifelong Journey Toward Meaning and Joy”.
Thomas Moore is an American psychotherapist, former monk, and writer of popular spiritual books, including the New York Times bestseller Care of the Soul. He writes and lectures in the fields of archetypal psychology, mythology, and imagination. His work is influenced by the writings of Carl Jung and James Hillman.
January 31st, 2018 1:00 PM
Jessie Mendoza an experienced UBER driver
Presents the ease of using the UBER system on your smartphones.
"We live in a time where, fortunately for us, technology and services have merged to create a safe, flexible, easy-to-use platform such as Uber to transport us in our everyday lives. In this 45 minute presentation Jessie will show how to navigate this platform, as well as answer all questions regarding how you can better take advantage of this new technology. As a five-star rated Uber driver, his personal experience, research, and practice in this field allows him to present important information to you such as how to get started, how to pay, and how to be safe using Uber."
Uber is a technology platform. Our smartphone apps connect driver-partners and riders.
In cities where Uber operates, use your rider app to request a ride. When a nearby driver-partner accepts your request, your app displays an estimated time of arrival for the driver-partner heading to your pickup location. Your app notifies you when the driver-partner is about to arrive.
Your app also provides info about the driver-partner with whom you will ride, including first name, vehicle type, and license plate number. This info helps the two of you connect at your pickup location.
Use your app to enter your preferred destination anytime before or during the ride. If you have a preferred route, it’s helpful to talk through the directions together.
When you arrive at your destination and exit the vehicle, your trip ends. Your fare is automatically calculated and charged to the payment method you’ve linked to your Uber account.
Immediately after a trip ends, your app will ask you to rate your driver from 1 to 5 Stars. Driver-partners are also asked to rate riders. Uber’s feedback system is designed to foster a community of respect and accountability for everyone.
January 31st, 2018 2:00 PM
Debbie Clark, Master Trainer/Stretch Therapist
We welcome back the exuberant personality of Debbie to help with the understanding of how to deal with Arthritis without medications.
February 8, 2018 1:00 PM
Dr Samuel Smith. Graduate of Dartmouth College and University of Rochester School of Medicine.
His discussion topic: “Intimacy Should be fun. What’s age got to do with it?”
Our sexuality in our elder years is not based just on our aging bodies; societal changes, myths that shaped our knowledge of sex, gaps in our knowledge of facts we should have known, and barriers to intimacy that confront us all contribute to who and how we are at this age. This talk will encompass an historical perspective of sex in society, our developing sexuality: what we learned, and maybe what we should have learned, normal aging changes in men and women, safe sex, and overcoming barriers to intimacy from our communications and other interpersonal activities.
A graduate of Dartmouth College and the University of Rochester School of Medicine, Dr. Smith obtained his specialty training in obstetrics and gynecology at Tripler Army Medical Center and following his military obligation joined an Ob/Gyn practice in Manchester, C T.
With a particular interest in women's sexuality he was certified as a sex therapist and educator by the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists. He mentored his nurse practitioners for their pre-orgasmic classes, along with his wife and nurses created sex education seminars for the community, taught medical students at Yale and the University of Connecticut how to help patients with sexual problems and, of course, helped his own patients. Building upon a seminar that he presented to his classmates at their 45th reunion at Dartmouth about the normal changes that occur in sexual desire and response as we age, he tailored that to quality of life issues that result from prostate cancer therapy and presented that to prostate cancer support groups along the East Coast.
He has continued to present talks on sex and ageing at his college and med school reunions and at the Elder Care Center associated with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hospital and to the Mather, a retirement home in Evanston, Illinois, as well as to the
Church College in Sun City Center. He presented it in a shorter version format last year to the Men's Club of Sun City Center.
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