Gero at FranU

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As people live longer and young families having fewer number of children, the need to provide resources and education to better health among the older generation is increasing.

Recognizing the “Silver Tsunami” of people 55 years of age and older, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University is answering the need through Gerontology at FranU program, a university initiative dedicated to providing Baton Rouge with relevant, up-to-date information regarding healthy aging practices and activities.

According to Dr. Lindsay Mullins, chair of the Sister Agnes Marie Fitzsimmons Endowed Chair of Gerontology, the Geno at FranU is a dedicated team of professionals providing the university community and Baton Rouge with cutting-edge information resources for healthy aging. Read more here.

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