Read articles featuring Masterpiece Living and its Network Partners. Find stories that highlight individuals who are aging successfully, partner organizations who are enhancing lifestyles and getting noticed in the media, and the work of Masterpiece Living.
Dr. Roger Landry and host Patricia Raskin dispel the myths of aging and discuss practical tips for a better aging experience. In this interview, Dr. Landry shares how lifestyle and a positive attitude can actually suppress genes that would otherwise cause impairment, and how learning new things causes our brains to make new cells and […]
Masterpiece Living President, Dr. Roger Landry, was featured on Revolutionize Your Retirement with host Dori Mintzer. In this engaging, conversation-style webcast, Dr. Roger discussed: Ten empowering tips to age successfully Authentic health that we can rediscover from our ancestors The importance of staying socially, intellectually, physically and spiritually engaged with life How to grow new […]
The Masterpiece Living Lyceum is an invitation-only gathering of Masterpiece Living partners, a place for sharing innovative ideas and non-traditional thought. Aptly named after Aristotle’s Lyceum, which served as early milestones in the development of Western science and philosophy, the Masterpiece Living Lyceum was created to inspire change in the traditional ideas of aging. This […]
Macular Degeneration is a major limitation for so many people that we work with, and addressing it is a great example of successful aging in action. Recently, Las Ventanas (a MPL parter) invited the greater community to their campus to introduce a new FDA-approved implantable miniature telescope for people with end-stage age-related Macular Degeneration. The event […]
By: Teresa Amaral Beshwate, MPH The mission of Masterpiece Living is no small task: to change the experience and perception of aging. Our vision is a society in which aging means growth, engagement, vitality and purpose. We believe that all people should be able to age successfully, no matter where they live. In late 2011, […]