Things My Kids Need To Know A review of the essential information every parent needs to communicate to his/her adult children so the children can fulfill the biblical mandate to “Honor you father and mother.” Each participant will receive an “Important Information Workbook.” (TBH also offers a similar program for the adult children entitled “The
Tips for Staying Independent as We Age This conference is based on the latest research on the practices of those who are maintaining an independent lifestyle well into their late older adulthood. Participants will gain an understanding that in making the right lifestyle decisions today will enable a person to maintain maximum control of her/his
Caring for the Caregiver Practical ways in which a congregation can minister to the emotional, physical and spiritual needs of the primary caregiver of a homebound person. Participants will gain insight into the world of volunteer caregivers and a vision of how the church can minister to this “often neglected” group of people.
Avoiding Fraud and Scams as We Age Older adults are the main targets of consumer fraud and scam artists in our country. Conference participants will learn the common types of fraud, steps to take to elude scams, who to contact it fraud is suspected and community resources working to prevent fraudulent business practices.
Tips for Avoiding Mental Confusion as We Age This is a presentation of the facts about mental confusion and memory loss in older adulthood. Subjects covered include: the relationship between aging and mental functions, common causes of memory loss, tips to limit confusion and memory loss and the indicators of serious memory problems.
Move It or Lose It: Maintaining Physical Fitness as We Age This is a presentation of activities and exercises designed to help aging adults maintain and build physical endurance, flexibility, balance and strength. Participants will learn the benefits and importance of regular exercise and will get “to practice” some beneficial activities.
Retirement - Life's Sabbath This Seminar examines the solid principles that can lead a person to experience a satisfying, fulfilling and meaningful retirement. Retirement is presented not as an end of a career, but as a beginning of a spiritual journey toward peace, purpose, happiness and satisfaction. Principles presented are applicable to both pre-retirees and