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1996 Eastman Ave., Ste. 101
Ventura, CA 93003

At Livingston, we believe in giving back to the community. Professionals and volunteers from Livingston have always been available to speak on a variety of topics.

We’ve created a series of free webinars on our most popular topics. Each live session will start at 6:30 pm and last about an hour — you’ll have plenty of opportunities for questions. We’ll also make the recordings and slides available throughout the year.

Upcoming Webinars

Aging Well

March 21

Lanyard K. Dial, MD, Livingston Medical Director, will discuss the role of medications, medical care, vaccinations, and exercise as you age. This popular webinar will provide information on healthy, educated choices to “age well.” It will also include a discussion of the importance of advance directives.


Advance Directives


April 16 is National Health Care Decisions Day. It’s an opportunity to pause and think about your healthcare wishes and take action to make sure your wishes are known.

We recorded a five-part webinar series to help you complete an advance directive (also known as a living will) using the Five Wishes booklet. We’ll even mail you a copy of the booklet to help start the conversation about sharing your decisions with your family and loved ones.

When A Caregiver Can Help

May 16th

Whether your caregiver is a family member or paid professional, managing expectations and keeping organized is essential. This webinar will discuss ways to establish trust and communication, organize medications and visits, and advocate for your best care with your medical providers. This is an excellent webinar for individuals who need a caregiver or family members who are providing the care. 

Dementia Awareness

June 13

Presented by Lanyard K. Dial, MD, Livingston Medical Director. Many older adults worry about their memory and other thinking abilities — that it takes longer to learn new things, or they find themselves a bit forgetful. This informative webinar will discuss the differences between normal age-related forgetfulness and serious memory problems. It will talk about how to talk to your doctor and what to expect if you have a dementia diagnosis.