fbpx

Events

Seniors who interact with younger generations benefit manyfold, from improved mobility and overall physical health to rewarding emotional connections to increased mental stimulation that keeps brains sharp …

HEALTH & WELLNESS FOR OLDER ADULTS: Physical, Emotional & Cognitive Benefits of Intergenerational Programs

A COMPLIMENTARY SEMINAR PRESENTED BY HIGH QUALITY HOME THERAPY

Wednesday, January 31 | 11 a.m.

Seniors who interact with younger generations benefit manyfold, from improved mobility and overall physical health to rewarding emotional connections to increased mental stimulation that keeps brains sharp.

During this seminar, physical therapist Caryn McAllister will introduce the theories behind her self-developed vocational program with therapeutic intervention, describe participants’ achievements, and demonstrate the benefits of multigenerational community programs.

High Quality Home Therapy intern Paige Trevisani will also share a health and wellness presentation that she created with her occupational and speech therapist colleagues that inspires older adults to achieve their best levels of health and wellness.

Caryn McAllister, Doctor of Physical Therapy, is the CEO of High Quality Home Therapy (HQHT), a multidisciplinary therapy provider that focuses on neurological rehabilitation. She’s lectured for the American Physical Therapy Association, American Occupational Therapy Association, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, and North American Neurotoxin Association. Paige Trevisani participates in the vocational program at HQHT and has been instrumental in its development of the equine-assisted therapy program.

Loading...