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Longevity Explorers: "Rethinking Through Forensic Analysis"

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Longevity Explorers:
"Rethinking Through Forensic Analysis"
This session, hosted by guests Stephen Gilson, PhD and Elizabeth DePoy, explores "forensic analysis" and how we can use creative problem-solving to make use of everyday items in new ways.

The presentation will begin with the illustration of a simple process called "forensic analysis". This rethinking strategy is a method of examining what fails our changing bodies if we try to keep doing business as usual and then using barrier identification as a guiding light to innovation. The illustration will include the presenters' own examples and then invite a discussion, questions, and sharing of personal innovations from participants.
Stephen GilsonElizabeth DePoyPresenters Stephen Gilson, PhD and Elizabeth DePoy, PhD are professors at the University of Maine. Their research over the past 15 years has focused on the development of mobility equipment and other strategies to foster ongoing productivity as our bodies change. The impetus for many of their innovations is their lived experience of aging with impairments.

Registration is required!
Please click the "Register Now" button located at the top of this page.  You will receive an email with the Zoom link early on the morning of January 19.  Should you need assistance registering, please call 401-441-5240, and a service coordinator will lend a hand.

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Wednesday, January 19, 2022, 1:00 PM until 2:30 PM
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Joseph Correia
Village Manager
401-228-8683 (c)
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