LPN's quarterly meetings are always special events. Keynote speakers
represent the cutting-edge of Life Planningin in the Second Half of Life, as
well as research, writing and program planning. They include nationally recognized contributors
and local experts, many of them LPN members.
provide an opportunity for organizational planning and business
and time for members and guests to network and consult with
one another about their Life planning work with clients. The Program
Committee regularly seeks input from the membership on programming
needs. As a result of this collaborative planning, our members
look forward to LPN's programs.
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- Topic: The many Faces of Leisure. The Necessity for and the Complexity of Leisure.
Presented by Betsy Kyte Newman, author of Retiring as a Career: Making the Most of Your Retirement.
- Exploring Spiritual Paths in the Second Half of Your Life.
Presented by clinical psychologist Dr. Bob Weber.
- Where will we live?
Issues and Options for finding home in the second half of life.
- Rediscovering the LPN Integral Model to Enhance Your Practice or Business
LifeCare: Changing Employers' Perspectives and Strategies
to Address Demographic and Other Imperatives
presented by James Weil, Chair, Adult Care Advisory Board,
- Coaching Third-Agers by Barry Dym, Ph.D. CEO, WorkWise & private therapist & consultant.
- Elderquest in Film: The Search for Meaning, Value
and Integrity in Life's Second Half by Charles
Nicholas, consultant on creative aging.
- Third Age Planning in Academia - Staying Ahead
of the Curve by Barbara Peacock-Coady, Manager
of Career Planning and HR at MIT.
- Moving the Movement Forward by Howard &
Marika Stone, Authors of Too Young To Retire: An Off
the Road Map to the Rest of Your Life.
- Issues Confronting the Boomers by Nancy
Mills and Bill Charette of Boomer Media Properties on their
project to create the public TV series The
- Don't Retire, Rewire by Jeri Sedlar,
President of Sedlar and Miners, a New York executive search
and transition coaching firm, speaking on her book Don't
Retire, Rewire, and on the opportunities and marketing
challenges of Third Age Life Planning.
- Rethinking the Retirement Transition by
Ellen Freudenheim, author of Looking Forward: An Optimist's
Guide to Retirement (recommended by the Wall St. Journal,
quoted in Time Magazine, and described as "upbeat,
uplifting and practical").
- Designing Best Practices for 3rd Age Life Planning:
A Facilitated Discussion in which members shared
a variety of best practices from their own experience in
lively group exchanges.
- Soul Collage: A Journey of Discovery
by Michele Audet, a hands-on interactive presentation using
a methodology created to support individuals in transition.
- Breaking Through the Façade: Baby Boomers
Struggling Financially in which a panel of experts
from AARP, financial planning, and retirement counseling,
discussed the reality, impact and issues of Massachusetts
Baby Boomers’ financial picture in retirement.