The Lifelong Learning Institute in Chesterfield, Virginia is offering
a series of free classes to the general public. This is an excellent way
to get the word out about their program. Here is their fall schedule of
September – New Drug Development and Alzheimer’s
This program reviews the process of developing a new drug from discovery
through entry into the marketplace.
September & October – Looking For Love In All The Wrong
This program will look at the first two productions of the 2005-2006 Virginia
Opera season, in addition to musical and dramatic analyses.
September – Caregiver Training
Learn how to provide the highest quality care while reducing caregiver
stress and understanding what resources are available.
October – What’s New With The Flu?
Come to learn everything you need and want to know about the flu and the
October – Organ Donation
An overview of the complex and emotional issue of organ donation and the
process of donation, transportation, and allocation of donated organs
October – Disaster Preparedness
Identify hazards and prepare for natural and manmade disasters. Learn
about emergency preparedness in Chesterfield County.
October – Safety for Seniors
The class will talk about Awareness Techniques and being alert regarding
your surroundings, safety at home, and how to deal with fraud and scams.
November – Healthy Aging
The class will be a fun and interactive multimedia presentation and discussion
about what the research tells us about living and aging well.
November – Anatomy & Physiology of the Balloon, or
How Do We Breathe?
This class is a simple introduction to the way humans breathe.