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2022 Longevity Project: Brain Health & Injury

Presented by The Aspen Times & Post Independent at TACAW


Brain Health & Injury 

The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate our readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year’s project will focus on the critical and relevant topic of brain health after injury.

Our panelists are experts in treating concussions and traumatic brain injury (TBI). They will share the latest research, treatments, physical therapies and how concussions impact aging. Whether for themselves or someone they know, attendees will learn useful takeaways for optimizing brain health after injury.

Lee Tuchfarber – Moderator, CEO; Renew Senior Communities

John C. Hughes, DO – TBI Therapy; Aspen Integrative Medicine 

Kathryn Beauchamp, MD – Neurosurgeon; CU School of Medicine, Denver Health 

Kerry Brega, MD – Neurosurgeon; CU School of Medicine, Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center

Krista D. Fox, OTR/L, CBIST  Certified Brain Injury Specialist; Aspen Valley Hospital


TACAW - The Arts Campus at Willits
5:00 pm - Meet & Greet

5:30 - 7:00 pm - Panel Presentation

Tickets include the option to attend in-person or stream from home.
Cash bar available at TACAW

The 2022 Longevity project is sponsored by Bank of Colorado,
TACAW and ReNew Senior Communities.

For more information on the panelists visit our websites:
The Aspen Times & Post Independent

General Terms
All sales final. The event will be streamed as an alternative to in-person and the video available to all ticket-holders after the event.
Refund Policy
All tickets are non-fundable.