Kaiser Permanente Invites You to Thrive After 60


Earlier this year, Kaiser Permanente hosted nearly 1,000 members and non-members for Thriving After 60 Day – a day when members, their families, and friends age 60+ discovered ways to be healthy, fit, and active – both physically and mentally.

Participants attended educational workshops led by our expert physicians, therapists, and health educators, in addition to wellness activities including yoga, meditation, sexual health, massage, and more. Check out a video of the event and participants here.

The event was so well received we’re taking it on the road.

This fall and winter, Kaiser Permanente is offering a series of no-cost health-focused workshops and seminars, along with a few social events that have a healthy twist, to members and non-members.

These Thriving After 60 workshops and seminars will take place in many of our medical centers throughout the region and provide attendees with tips on staying active and maintaining their health. It’s also a great way to meet like-minded new friends.

The workshops and seminars will include topics like:

  • Life Care Planning
  • Medication Management
  • Nutrition After 60
  • Technology Basics
  • Healthy Aging
  • Mindfulness and Meditation

There will also be a small festival event at the National Zoo on October 7th, a free Halloween-themed scavenger hunt at the Maryland Zoo on October 28th, and free admission to Cox Farms’ Pumpkin Madness on November 4th.

Click here to visit https://TA60.cvent.com/2017 the Thriving After 60 registration site to register and sign up for updates.

We hope employees will share these opportunities with family and friends who are 60+. At Kaiser Permanente, we believe that regardless of age, you can always find ways to thrive. To get involved and volunteer, check KPCares to see the latest TA60 events.

If you have any questions about the Thriving After 60 series, please contact Trudel Pare at trudel.s.pare@kp.org.

Discussion3 Comments

  1. TA60.cvent.com/2017 website is not available. This site is posted on your posters at Kaiser facilities and on this page. If it is not available why do you still have it as a viable website? It is misleading and this page and other pages should be eliminated and the posters at your facilities should be taken down.

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