February 2016 – Pathways to Stillness – Gary Kenyon

January 2016 – How to Research Your Family History: Tips, Tricks and Techniques for the Beginning Genealogist –  Carol Randall

December 2015 – Introduction to Mindfulness & Mind/Body Medicine Self-Regulation – Dr. Bill Cook

November 2015 –  What’s Wrong with How We Think About Aging in New Brunswick – Deborah Van Den Hoonaard

October 2015 – Discovering Ourselves in the Second Half of Life: An introduction to the Pathfinder Project – Atlantic Institute on Aging

June 2015 – Third Age Centre AGM – Presentation – Cooking Demo- Nutritionist Margaret Langille

April 2015 – Changing the Conversation on Dementia – Alzheimer Society of New Brunswick

March 2015 – Safe, Flexible, Strong & Balanced

February 2015 – How, Why, When and With What: The Challenge of Managing Our Medications – Renée Erb

January 2015 – Mind, Body and Soul: The Three Cornerstones of Good Health – Dr. Parissa Bunin

November 2014 – Be Prepared: A Discussion on Emergency Preparedness

October 2014 – Spirituality and Aging: A Panel Discussion on the Quest for Meaning in Later Life

October 2014 – International Day of Older Persons Luncheon (Tips for Snowbirds – Ron Steeves)

June 2014 – Estate Planning FCNB Pilot Project

April 2014 – Accessing Long Term Care

March 2014 – Breaking the Worry Habit – Anne Marie Hartford

February 2014 –  More Than Meets the Eye – Dr. Richard Lee

January 2014 – Investing & Financial Literacy

November 2013 – Learned Helplessness & Stereotypes of Agoing – Dr. Edward Helmes

October 2013 – The Hidden Dilemma – Grandparents Seeking Access to Grandchildren

October 2013 – International Day of Older Persons Luncheon (Brain Fitness-Heather Moffatt)

April 2013 – Reading & Writing Our Lives: The Poetics of Growing Old – Prof. Bill Randall & Prof. Beth McKim

March 2013 – The Transportation Quandary: Finding Acceptable Alternatives for Non-drivers in a Driving World – Dr. Trevor Hanson, Prof. Engineering, UNB

February 2013 – Expanding the Volunteer Role in the Healthcare Setting – Heather Moffatt

January 2013 – Growing Older, More Creative, and More Playful – Marilyn Noble

November 2012 – The New Fredericton Food Bank: Information Session & Tour

November 2012 – Time Is On Our Side: Time Perspective and Mental Health – Prof. Jeffrey Webster

April 2012 – Transportation In Our Third Age: An Engineering & Policy Perspective – Dr. Trevor Hanson

March 2012 – Systems of Care for an Aging Population: A Case For Change – Dr. Patrick Feltmate, Geriatrician

February 2012 – When Someone Dies: What Are The Choices?

January 2012 – ABC’s of Fraud Awareness – Saint John Volunteer Centre & the New Brunswick Securities Commission

December 2011 – Sisters and Brothers Across Time – Dr. Ingrid Connidis – STU Visiting Chair in Gero.

November 2011 – The Silvering Screen: Images of Aging in Cinema – Dr. Sally Chivers, Trent University

October 2011 – Living With Climate Change in Atlantic Canada (all day session)

May 2011 – Why We Do Genealogy – Terrence Punch, C.G.(C), C.M.,

April 2011 – Lighten Up ! – Downsizing and Organizing – Jackie Vanthournout, Professional Organizer

March 2011 – Bilingual Progress in New Brunswick – Commissioner of Official Languages for N.B.

February 2011 – Caring For Pain: the MindBody Medicine Way – Dr. Bill Cook

January 2011 – A Report on the Bloody Sunday Inquiry – Honourable William L. Hoyt

November 2010 – Aging Through The Ages – Dr. Andrew Achenbaum, STU Visiting Chair in Gerontology

October 2010 – Striving On Their Own: Men’s and Women’s Experiences of Widowhood – Dr. Deborah van den Hoonaard

September 2010 – Alzheimer’s: The Future – Dr. Jack Diamond, Scientific Director of the Alzheimer Society of Canada & Pat Morden, CEO of Shalom Village

April 2010 – “Music, My Father, and I” – Dr. Martin Kutnowski, composer and Director of the Fine Arts Program at St. Thomas University

March 2010 – Senior Cohousing: A Community Approach to Independent Living – Jo-Ann Fellows & Yvon Thibodeau, Atlantic Peoples Housing Co-Op Atlantic

February 2010 – Social & Sexy: Older Adults and Healthy Relationships – Grace Getty, Prof. of Nursing, UNB & Deborah Doherty, PLEIS NB

January 2010 – SALT: Shake It Out – Lynne MacNeil, Dietary Consultant to NB Nursing Homes & Prof. Mary McKenna, Faculty of Kinesiology, UNB

October 2009 – Transitions: The Changes That Come About As We Age – Panel Discussion

September 2009 – Facing Alzheimer’s Disease – Dr. William Reichman, CEO of Baycrest Centre, Toronto & Dr. Krystyna Klodnicka Kouri, Maimonides Geriatric Centre, Montreal

May 2009 – The Practice of Narrative Care with Older Adults: Honouring Life Stories (all day session)

April 2009 – Towards A Clearer Focus: A Consideration of Mental Suffering In Old Age

February 2009 – The Right To Live And To Die – Panel Discussion

January 2009 – New Geriatric Services for Seniors

November 2008 – Features That Count – seniors and technology

October 2008 – International Day of Older Persons Breakfast

Sept 2008 – Brain Fitness: The Newest Frontier – Dr. William Reichman

May 2008 – Seniors Accessing Primary Health Care – Dr. Michael Rachlis

April 2008 – Your Pharmacist & You: Advice For Seniors

March 2008 – Between Your Home And The Nursing Home

February 2008 – End Of Life Care- Dr. Syd Grant & Hospice Moncton

November 2007 – Stay On Your Feet – injury prevention workshop

October 2007 – Reading And Writing Our Lives Workshop – Bill Randall & Beth McKim (all day session)

September 2007 – Seniors & the Healthcare System: Rights & Responsibilities Encore plus How To Talk To Your Doctor

March 2007 – Aging and the Caring Community – Dr. Higgins & Dr. Diamond

February 2007 – Seniors and the Healthcare System: Rights and Responsibilities

January 2007 – Financial Planning for Seniors – Investors Group

November 2006 – Complementary Therapies and Aging (all day session)

October 2006 – Reading And Writing Our Lives Workshop – Bill Randall & Beth McKim (all day session)

September 2006 – Homecare: A Look At Your Present And Future – Dr. Janice Keefe (all day session)

May 2006- Health Ethics Conference – organized by Sister Anne Robichaud PNB

April 2006 – Healthy Aging in Mind and Body – Dr. Howard Bergman (all day session)

February 2006 – Reading And Writing Our Lives Workshop – Bill Randall & Beth McKim (all day session)

January 2006 – Eating and Aging Well: Meeting the Nutritional Needs of Older Adults

November 2005 – Aging: Abuses, Vulnerabilities and Strengths (all day session)-with MMFC

October 2005 – Financial and Legal Information for Seniors: Investing and Estate Planning, Wills, Living Wills and Powers of Attorney

September 2005 – Connecting Friendship, Intimacy and Love to Health Through Memory-work

February 2005 – Reading And Writing Our Lives Workshop – Bill Randall & Beth McKim (all day session)

May 2004 – Keeping your Independence: Strategies for Better Home Support” (two day session)

November 2004 – Your Future, Your Housing: Options for an Aging Population (two day session)

“$$ Savvy Seniors: Financial Well-being in Retirement”: Planning for four workshops with guest experts and TAC-produced study guides. Face-to-face presentation in January 2004.

“Striving on Your Own”: Designed by widows to assist them create changed and constructive lives after their husband’s death. An offshoot of the “Older Women’s Experience of Widowhood” project.

“Wellness in Retirement”: Workshops emphasized a holistic approach to pre-retirement planning. Professor Diane Potvin (UNB Kinesiology) as designer of learning materials and project leader.

Computer software use and digital data skills courses and summer camps designed and taught by seniors to assist other seniors. Development of the Third Age Connects Centre on Queen St., Fredericton (opened February 26, 2001).

“Medication Review Clinics via Distance Education”: Enabled seniors in small communities across NB to attend sessions on heart and other generic medications. Led by a clinical pharmacist and facilitated by TAC seniors trained as facilitators.

“High Time” seniors’ exercise programme, with co-leadership from Colleen Hanna, Director of the City of Fredericton’s Recreation for Seniors program. Training of instructors.

“Seniors as Educators on Elder Abuse”: A train-the-trainer process followed by an update named “Senior Educators Enhancing Community Safety”. Development of an educators’ manual for training seniors to mount sessions on Elder Abuse and Scams and Frauds – a two-workshop programme funded under the Community Mobilization Program.

“Elders in School”: Intergenerational activities to promote intergenerational contact and respect, and an understanding of the life and times of young people 60 and more years ago. TAC seniors met regularly with Grade 2 classes in nine local schools with the cooperation of classroom teachers and agreement of the local school board.

“Plain Talk”: Series of workshops conducted throughout Atlantic Provinces – TAC involved in planning and developing the programme and in conducting two English and two French workshops in NB in conjunction with U3A Moncton. Funded by Health Canada via Canadian Pensioners Concerned.

“Live and Learn Fair”: Annual exposition for all kinds of services and programs available and relevant for seniors. Originally called “Health and Leisure Fair”. Held in conjunction with Epsilon Golden Games.

“Then and There; Here and Now”: Over four years, a bi-weekly educational TV programme on Fundy Cable for and about seniors; designed, planned and produced by TAC.

“Elderfest”: Over six years, designed as “brown bag lunch” sessions to stimulate public discussion about seniors.

With STU Gerontology Department faculty: Continuing “Annual Colloquium” series of evening lectures held in January/February of each year.