Brandywine and Main Line Health Prove to be a Valued Source to Seniors

Brandywine and Main Line Health Share Tips and Tricks on Active Aging 

Brandywine Living and Main Line Health, presented and hosted a community-wide event about nutrition, fitness, active aging, and the benefits of keeping social. This was the second panel event that is a part of Brandywine’s Controlling the Way We Age educational series, led by health care professionals and experts in the senior living community.

Guests enjoyed complimentary refreshments and tours of the Upper Providence community, Brandywine’s newest location in Pennsylvania, prior to the panel discussion.

active aging, main line health, changing the way we age, senior living Embracing Active Aging: Nutrition, Fitness and Lifestyle, the topic of the session, generated a great deal of attendance and active participation. “The panelists provided good reminders of what we should be doing to stay healthy,” said attendee Leroy Dann. “This is my second seminar I have attended and I’m ready to learn even more at the next one!”

Maria Nadelstumph, Brandywine’s Vice President of Organizational Development and Program Excellence, shared her excitement on the second program collaboration with Main Line Health, “People (all ages) want and need up–to-date information on the latest health and wellness topics and trends. Together with Main Line Health, we will continue our efforts to educate and engage the community on topics that will encourage a healthy lifestyle.”

Featured panelists included Judy Matuski, Medical Nutritionist and Educational Specialist at Main Line Health, and Amy Spiegel, Physical Therapist at Main Line Health.