Tuesday, April 25, 2023
9 a.m.
This presentation, featuring speaker, Gretchen Funk, MSW, will explore Lifestyles for Promoting Healthy Aging for All through programming funded by the National Institutes of Health. In particular, audience members will learn about the All of Us program, which engages community partners, health care providers, researchers, and the public to develop individualized health care initiatives. This initiative is a historical effort to collect and study data from one million or more people living in the United States.
11 a.m.
Jennifer WieseJennifer Wiese is a mother of four boys with dietary needs. When her eldest son was diagnosed with autism at the age of 8, she discovered that following a gluten- and casein-free diet helped him be a happier, thriving little boy. The hitch was that the gluten-free foods on grocery store shelves were dry, bland, and expensive. Jennifer started BeeFree in January 2010 from the desire to feed her kids foods that fit their dietary needs and still tasted great. BeeFree is committed to bringing great-tasting treats to anyone while sticking to its gluten, grain, and dairy-free standards. BeeFree is owned and operated in Noblesville, Indiana, and can now be found on Amazon and in grocery stores around the nation.
1:30 p.m.
Money, sex, and religion: several legal battles that transfixed the public. Richard Harris will talk about 6 trials that, in their time, captivated the American public. Folks throughout the country hung on every scandalous development of these historic court cases. Harris will mention other trials as well.