SCAN to co-host aging colloquium

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Senior healthcare experts, educators, industry leaders and civic officials will discuss and offer presentations on aging and independence April 12 at Long Beach State University. SCAN will host the daylong event, along with the school and city officials.

"Aging Reimagined: A Community Approach to Health and Independence" is the first of several initiatives SCAN will undertake in observance of its 40th anniversary.

Tim Carpenter, the founder and executive director of EngAGE and host and producer of radio show Experience Talks, will serve as event emcee. Carpenter serves on the board of the National Center for Creative Aging and is widely recognized as a notable advocate for senior wellness.

Other speakers will include Anne Tumlinson, CEO of Anne Tumlinson Innovations LLC and founder of Daughterhood; Romilla Batra, chief medical executive of the SCAN Group; and Brian Budzinski, cofounder of the College of Business Administration Incubator at Long Beach State University.