Lessons from the Oldest Old: The 90+ Study

By Dana Greenia, R.N.M.S. Co-investigator, UC-Irvine.

One of the most significant studies of seniors and aging and dementia of the past century, the 90+ Study offers us some of the secrets of living longer. The 90+ Study has some shocking revelations about dementia too.

This event is FREE and open to the public.
The presentation is offered at two venues on April 2 .

74 Lunt Road
(Lunt Auditorium)
Falmouth, ME 04105

Port Resources
280BGannett Drive
So.Portland, ME 04106
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October 2013
UC Davis Alzheimer’s Disease Center
Distinguished Lecture

Kenneth Capron

About Kenneth Capron

Ken Capron comes from a medical background. His Dad was Maine’s 3rd radiologist. His Mom a Mass General nurse. His sister a Physical Therapist in Maryland. His oldest sister was a Resident Manager of a senior housing facility in Maryland. Ken himself was trained as a CPA with a focus on non-profits and healthcare. He worked as Controller at Wentworth-Douglas in Dover and then six years as Director of Accounting at Maine Med. Ken likes to say he’s had 16 different careers – from Real Estate Broker to hobby store owner. Ken also is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. In 2013, Ken founded MemoryWorks to provide support to people with dementia, their caregivers and all the providers that care for PWD.