Tue, Apr 09 | Maggiano's Little Italy

April 2019 Luncheon

Cindy Quinn will share the key to healthy aging and staying Active For Life. Live Long and Prosper!
Registration is Closed
April 2019 Luncheon

Time & Location

Apr 09, 2019, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Maggiano's Little Italy, 2019 Post Oak Blvd, Houston, TX 77056, USA

About The Event

Live Long and Prosper: Sage Advice for Healthy Aging

We all need a long-term vision and plan to age well within the community. But what are the costs of healthy aging? Depending on the everyday choices you make, it can be more or less than you think. Cindy Quinn from the Texas A&M Center for Population Health and Aging will shed some light on the status of Women and Aging in the US and the actions necessary to age well in body, mind and spirit!

*Walk-in price has gone up to $35. Please be sure to register by April 2, 2019 to secure the Early Bird Pricing of $30!

Lunch is served family-style - usually salad, pasta, and don't forget those fabulous desserts!

If you have dietary restrictions, please note those on your registration. We will do our best to accommodate.

Questions? E-mail JClark@melton-melton.com or Info@HoustonAggieWomen.org.

HOUSTON AGGIE WOMEN is a key resource for Aggie women, friends and family. We connect the Houston Aggie community through networking, education, and giving back.

Our events are OPEN TO ALL - men and women, Aggies and Non-Aggies - anyone needing a little boost.

Second Tuesday of every month - networking starts at 11:30 a.m., lunch from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m.

Afraid you won't know anyone there? Bring a friend!

Can't find a friend to bring? Don't worry! In a room full of friendly Aggies, you're bound to find a conversation to join. And with our wide range of Class Years, you'll probably find someone with a Class Ring just like yours.





Cindy Quinn has been actively and passionately involved in the implementation of proven health and wellness programs for healthy aging in local, regional and statewide initiatives since January 2009 with the Center for Population Health and Aging (CPHA). She is one of two Texas T-Trainers for the Self-Management Education Programs developed at Stanford including the Chronic Disease, Diabetes and Chronic Pain Self-Management Programs and Cancer: Thriving, Surviving workshop. Additionally, she is a Master Trainer in several other Evidence-based programs including A Matter of Balance and Stress-Busting.

As a graduate of Weber State University, she has been able to combine her love of group fitness instruction with gerontology by leading aerobic and senior adult fitness programs such as Fit and Strong! Ms. Quinn is one of the developers of the Texercise Select program and works as the Program Manager for the Texercise Select Research Program and the SUSTAIN grant, a $900,000 Administration for Community Living (ACL) grant. She currently oversees the statewide Texas Active for Life Coalition and is part of an ACL National Learning Collaborative focused on the sustainability of evidence-based programs between public and private sectors.

Her family life includes a large family with husband Dan Quinn, eight children, six grandchildren and a dog that walks her daily.

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