Tag Archive: Lyceum

Mindful Aging: The Power of Presence

By: Cera Meintzer “Wherever you put the mind, the body will follow,” Chaplain Jim Kok, Executive Director of Chaplain Services at Christian Living Communities, told us. He began his presentation on mindful aging by citing the work of researcher Ellen Langer. In the ’90s, Langer studied the mind-body connection and specifically how your thoughts and beliefs affect your physical experience […]

Highlights from Lyceum 2017: The Summit of Change

By: Danielle Palli Residents and team members from more than 80 partner communities gathered in Denver for Lyceum 2017: The Summit of Change. The theme of this year’s Masterpiece Living conference was change … social change and advocacy, the changing landscape of technology, and the changing perspective of older adults and how older adults are regarded in this modern age. […]

What the Heck is a Lyceum?

Steve Moran of Senior Housing Forum joined us for this year’s Masterpiece Living Lyceum: Summit of Change. Following our annual conference, Moran published two articles in SHF. In “What the Heck is a Lyceum?” he gives his initial impression of who Masterpiece Living is and what we provide, to include a look at purposeful living, and the value of staying […]

Highlights From the Sixth Annual MPL Lyceum

Masterpiece Living® (MPL), a successful aging initiative, which maximizes the potential of older adults, held its Sixth Annual Lyceum at the Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel in early April. The Lyceum, named after the location of Aristotle`s Athenian school of philosophy, is known for its thought-provoking speakers, and innovative, actionable ideas. There were more than 200 attendees from 79 partner organizations representing 26 […]