Dr. John Dunlop Seminar: "Dementia and Dignity"
We all want to finish life well. Unfortunately, we do not always understand what that means, and even more, we don’t know how to do it. From his years of experience as a geriatrician and student of the scriptures, Dr. John Dunlop offers strategies by which God can be glorified as we age successfully.
Dr. John Dunlop is returning to IPC on Saturday, January 25, for the second of his three seminars on aging: "Finding Grace in the Face of Dementia." Join us in the Fellowship Hall from 8:30 a.m.–noon. Continental breakfast will be served. Seminar admission is FREE, but attendees are asked to sign up in advance.
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Dr. Dunlop presented "Aging Successfully Right to the End" at IPC on November 9. He also spoke the following morning to the Foundations Sunday School Class on "Productive Suffering." Both talks were recorded and are available to listen to online.
"Aging Successfully Right to the End" Session 1—Listen Here
"Aging Successfully Right to the End" Session 2—Listen Here
"Aging Successfully" Sessions 1 & 2 outline—Download Here
"Productive Suffering"—Listen Here
DR. JOHN DUNLOP is a Johns Hopkins University trained physician with over 40 years of experience in patient care. He practices geriatrics in New Haven, Connecticut, where he is affiliated with Yale School of Medicine. He also holds a master’s degree in bioethics from Trinity International University, where he is an adjunct professor.