Free Webinar:

The Art and Science of Aging Well for Nova Scotians!

Practical Strategies for Optimal Aging:

Join a free virtual education session for people midlife and older. This 1-hour webinar shares the latest scientific research on lifestyle practices to help people to thrive. Learn a simple method for health behaviour change across six powerful actions known to promote wellbeing.

What you’ll learn:

  • The science of aging well
  • The THRIVE © Approach to Wellbeing
  • Practical strategies to optimize wellbeing and ideas to get started
  • Where to find The Wellness App

Who Should Attend This Webinar?

Nova Scotians in midlife and older who want to enhance their wellbeing.

1 HOUR FREE Online Session
The Art and Science of Aging Well
Jan – Sep 2024

The Art & Science of Aging Well webinar should be taken before the Optimal Aging Workshop series.

In this 1-hour educational webinar you will learn about the science of optimal aging and THRIVE (c) Approach to Wellbeing. You will also discover if the 4-week Optimal Aging Workshop is right for you.

Our Facilitator

Dr. Michelle Dow

Dr. Michelle Dow is a family physician working in a collaborative care clinic in her native hometown of Clare, NS. She is of Acadian descent and has a bilingual practice. She has a comprehensive family medicine practice caring for newborns, teens, adults, and the elderly. She does house calls and attends to the elderly in two nursing homes. She has a passion for teaching and teaches residents in the longitudinal residency program.

Dr. Dow is the MD Recruitment Lead physician for the Western Zone and works part time for the Professional Support Program of DoctorsNS.

It is never too late to take charge of your wellbeing and thrive.

Take the first step and attend 
The Art and Science of Aging Well.

Participants say:

“What impressed all of us in the workshop was the importance of socialization. It's important to keep our need for others in our minds.”


“I feel fortunate to have access to great online self-help resources like this for aging well.”

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“I liked that the presenter encouraged self-reflection during the presentation and encouraged participation (e.g., interactive questions and mindfulness exercises).

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