Natalie Anderson
OTR/L, CAPS
Aging in Place - Moderated Panel

As an Occupational Therapist for 26 years, Natalie has been providing services for individuals with diagnoses such as stroke and Parkinson’s disease, and for individuals with functional deficits as a result of injury or musculoskeletal disorders such as chronic back pain. Her experience spans all continuums of the healthcare setting including acute hospital settings, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing facilities, and the home health setting. She has completed her certification as an Aging in Place Specialist to consult with building and design professionals providing insight and knowledge about function and independent living. In addition, Natalie completes individual client function and safety assessments providing solutions to assist with care planning and management


Andy Landis
Social Security Tricks

Andy Landis is one of the nation’s foremost authorities on Social Security and Medicare, in demand nationwide as an author, speaker, and consultant. Andy has guided tens of thousands to abundant retirements while working at the Social Security Administration, AARP, multi-national corporations, and his own practice, Thinking Retirement. Through Thinking Retirement, Andy educates both individuals and financial professionals through live workshops, books, articles, webinars, and professional education courses. He is the author of the books Social Security: The Inside Story and When I Retire, available from Amazon. He is a regular blogger for the Wall Street Journal’s “MarketWatch” site. On TV, he has appeared on Fox Business News and PBS, and is a frequent guest on radio. Andy lives in Seattle with Kay, keyboards, camper, computers, cars, and sometimes kids.


Jerry N. Mixon
MD
Preventative Care

Born August 28, 1947 in Patuxent River Maryland. High school RA MILLIKAN in Long Beach CA, Graduated June 1965. US Army Airborne 1965-1968. California State University at Long Beach 1968 to 1970. University of Utah 1970 to 1972 graduated with a bachelor of science in microbiology. University of Utah College of medicine 1972 to 1976, M.D. Medical College of Wisconsin internship and residency in family practice at St. Michael’s Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1976 to 1979. Private practice in Preston Idaho 1979 to 1986. Board-Certifi d family practice 1979. Private practice Shelton Washington 1986 to 1998. Also Preceptor University of Washington, physicians assisting students. Medical Director at Longevity Medical Clinic 1998 to present.