Senior Care Matters Conference - Sept 23-24


Family Life Ministry (aka “Home Life”) is sponsoring a hybrid conference on “Senior Care Matters” on Friday – Saturday, September 23-24. This conference addresses healthy aging, mental health issues, memory loss/dementia, advance directives, and elderly care options. The keynote speaker is geriatrician Dr. Cecilia Cai. Panel discussion and workshops will feature Dr. Cai, psychiatrist Dr. John Hsieh, and social worker Melody Lin, LCSW.

Register Here


Friday, September 23, 7:30 – 9:00 PM – Plenary Session – Speaker and Panel Discussion

Speaker: Dr. Cecilia Cai
Topic: Essentials for Healthy Aging - Brief overview of normal body changes as we age and essential tips for maintaining health 
Panel Discussion with Dr. Cecilia Cai, Dr. John Hsieh, & Melody Lin, LCSW
Location: HCC Sanctuary and via Zoom


Saturday, September 24 – Workshops via Zoom

  • 9:00 – 10:15 AM – Memory Loss and Dementia – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Discuss spectrum of memory loss from mild cognitive impairment to dementia, ways to improve cognitive health, and caregiving for loved ones with dementia. 
  • 10:30 – 11:45 AM – two workshops are offered at this time:
    • Encouragement for Aging Adults (English workshop) – Dr. John Hsieh - In this session, we will talk about common issues experienced by aging adults, such as physical decline, grieving the death of family members, etc., and how to use the Bible to encourage them during these difficult times.
    • Advance Directive (Mandarin workshop) – Melody Lin, LCSW
  • 2:00 – 3:15 PM - Spectrum of Elderly Care Services – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Overview of common health services available to the elderly in the U.S.
  • 3:30 – 4:45 PM - Advance Directives – Melody Lin, LCSW - What are Advance Directives? How should one make decisions about health care in advance? Should everybody have advance directives? This workshop is designed to provide guidance for deciding which advance directive to be completed and comparing the benefits and the risks of having advance directive in place.
Senior Care Matters Conference - Sept 23-24


Family Life Ministry (aka “Home Life”) is sponsoring a hybrid conference on “Senior Care Matters” on Friday – Saturday, September 23-24. This conference addresses healthy aging, mental health issues, memory loss/dementia, advance directives, and elderly care options. The keynote speaker is geriatrician Dr. Cecilia Cai. Panel discussion and workshops will feature Dr. Cai, psychiatrist Dr. John Hsieh, and social worker Melody Lin, LCSW.

Register Here


Friday, September 23, 7:30 – 9:00 PM – Plenary Session – Speaker and Panel Discussion

Speaker: Dr. Cecilia Cai
Topic: Essentials for Healthy Aging - Brief overview of normal body changes as we age and essential tips for maintaining health 
Panel Discussion with Dr. Cecilia Cai, Dr. John Hsieh, & Melody Lin, LCSW
Location: HCC Sanctuary and via Zoom


Saturday, September 24 – Workshops via Zoom

  • 9:00 – 10:15 AM – Memory Loss and Dementia – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Discuss spectrum of memory loss from mild cognitive impairment to dementia, ways to improve cognitive health, and caregiving for loved ones with dementia. 
  • 10:30 – 11:45 AM – two workshops are offered at this time:
    • Encouragement for Aging Adults (English workshop) – Dr. John Hsieh - In this session, we will talk about common issues experienced by aging adults, such as physical decline, grieving the death of family members, etc., and how to use the Bible to encourage them during these difficult times.
    • Advance Directive (Mandarin workshop) – Melody Lin, LCSW
  • 2:00 – 3:15 PM - Spectrum of Elderly Care Services – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Overview of common health services available to the elderly in the U.S.
  • 3:30 – 4:45 PM - Advance Directives – Melody Lin, LCSW - What are Advance Directives? How should one make decisions about health care in advance? Should everybody have advance directives? This workshop is designed to provide guidance for deciding which advance directive to be completed and comparing the benefits and the risks of having advance directive in place.
Senior Care Matters Conference - Sept 23-24


Family Life Ministry (aka “Home Life”) is sponsoring a hybrid conference on “Senior Care Matters” on Friday – Saturday, September 23-24. This conference addresses healthy aging, mental health issues, memory loss/dementia, advance directives, and elderly care options. The keynote speaker is geriatrician Dr. Cecilia Cai. Panel discussion and workshops will feature Dr. Cai, psychiatrist Dr. John Hsieh, and social worker Melody Lin, LCSW.

Register Here


Friday, September 23, 7:30 – 9:00 PM – Plenary Session – Speaker and Panel Discussion

Speaker: Dr. Cecilia Cai
Topic: Essentials for Healthy Aging - Brief overview of normal body changes as we age and essential tips for maintaining health 
Panel Discussion with Dr. Cecilia Cai, Dr. John Hsieh, & Melody Lin, LCSW
Location: HCC Sanctuary and via Zoom


Saturday, September 24 – Workshops via Zoom

  • 9:00 – 10:15 AM – Memory Loss and Dementia – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Discuss spectrum of memory loss from mild cognitive impairment to dementia, ways to improve cognitive health, and caregiving for loved ones with dementia. 
  • 10:30 – 11:45 AM – two workshops are offered at this time:
    • Encouragement for Aging Adults (English workshop) – Dr. John Hsieh - In this session, we will talk about common issues experienced by aging adults, such as physical decline, grieving the death of family members, etc., and how to use the Bible to encourage them during these difficult times.
    • Advance Directive (Mandarin workshop) – Melody Lin, LCSW
  • 2:00 – 3:15 PM - Spectrum of Elderly Care Services – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Overview of common health services available to the elderly in the U.S.
  • 3:30 – 4:45 PM - Advance Directives – Melody Lin, LCSW - What are Advance Directives? How should one make decisions about health care in advance? Should everybody have advance directives? This workshop is designed to provide guidance for deciding which advance directive to be completed and comparing the benefits and the risks of having advance directive in place.
Senior Care Matters Conference - Sept 23-24


Family Life Ministry (aka “Home Life”) is sponsoring a hybrid conference on “Senior Care Matters” on Friday – Saturday, September 23-24. This conference addresses healthy aging, mental health issues, memory loss/dementia, advance directives, and elderly care options. The keynote speaker is geriatrician Dr. Cecilia Cai. Panel discussion and workshops will feature Dr. Cai, psychiatrist Dr. John Hsieh, and social worker Melody Lin, LCSW.

Register Here


Friday, September 23, 7:30 – 9:00 PM – Plenary Session – Speaker and Panel Discussion

Speaker: Dr. Cecilia Cai
Topic: Essentials for Healthy Aging - Brief overview of normal body changes as we age and essential tips for maintaining health 
Panel Discussion with Dr. Cecilia Cai, Dr. John Hsieh, & Melody Lin, LCSW
Location: HCC Sanctuary and via Zoom


Saturday, September 24 – Workshops via Zoom

  • 9:00 – 10:15 AM – Memory Loss and Dementia – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Discuss spectrum of memory loss from mild cognitive impairment to dementia, ways to improve cognitive health, and caregiving for loved ones with dementia. 
  • 10:30 – 11:45 AM – two workshops are offered at this time:
    • Encouragement for Aging Adults (English workshop) – Dr. John Hsieh - In this session, we will talk about common issues experienced by aging adults, such as physical decline, grieving the death of family members, etc., and how to use the Bible to encourage them during these difficult times.
    • Advance Directive (Mandarin workshop) – Melody Lin, LCSW
  • 2:00 – 3:15 PM - Spectrum of Elderly Care Services – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Overview of common health services available to the elderly in the U.S.
  • 3:30 – 4:45 PM - Advance Directives – Melody Lin, LCSW - What are Advance Directives? How should one make decisions about health care in advance? Should everybody have advance directives? This workshop is designed to provide guidance for deciding which advance directive to be completed and comparing the benefits and the risks of having advance directive in place.


Family Life Ministry (aka “Home Life”) is sponsoring a hybrid conference on “Senior Care Matters” on Friday – Saturday, September 23-24. This conference addresses healthy aging, mental health issues, memory loss/dementia, advance directives, and elderly care options. The keynote speaker is geriatrician Dr. Cecilia Cai. Panel discussion and workshops will feature Dr. Cai, psychiatrist Dr. John Hsieh, and social worker Melody Lin, LCSW.

Register Here


Friday, September 23, 7:30 – 9:00 PM – Plenary Session – Speaker and Panel Discussion

Speaker: Dr. Cecilia Cai
Topic: Essentials for Healthy Aging - Brief overview of normal body changes as we age and essential tips for maintaining health 
Panel Discussion with Dr. Cecilia Cai, Dr. John Hsieh, & Melody Lin, LCSW
Location: HCC Sanctuary and via Zoom


Saturday, September 24 – Workshops via Zoom

  • 9:00 – 10:15 AM – Memory Loss and Dementia – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Discuss spectrum of memory loss from mild cognitive impairment to dementia, ways to improve cognitive health, and caregiving for loved ones with dementia. 
  • 10:30 – 11:45 AM – two workshops are offered at this time:
    • Encouragement for Aging Adults (English workshop) – Dr. John Hsieh - In this session, we will talk about common issues experienced by aging adults, such as physical decline, grieving the death of family members, etc., and how to use the Bible to encourage them during these difficult times.
    • Advance Directive (Mandarin workshop) – Melody Lin, LCSW
  • 2:00 – 3:15 PM - Spectrum of Elderly Care Services – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Overview of common health services available to the elderly in the U.S.
  • 3:30 – 4:45 PM - Advance Directives – Melody Lin, LCSW - What are Advance Directives? How should one make decisions about health care in advance? Should everybody have advance directives? This workshop is designed to provide guidance for deciding which advance directive to be completed and comparing the benefits and the risks of having advance directive in place.


Family Life Ministry (aka “Home Life”) is sponsoring a hybrid conference on “Senior Care Matters” on Friday – Saturday, September 23-24. This conference addresses healthy aging, mental health issues, memory loss/dementia, advance directives, and elderly care options. The keynote speaker is geriatrician Dr. Cecilia Cai. Panel discussion and workshops will feature Dr. Cai, psychiatrist Dr. John Hsieh, and social worker Melody Lin, LCSW.

Register Here


Friday, September 23, 7:30 – 9:00 PM – Plenary Session – Speaker and Panel Discussion

Speaker: Dr. Cecilia Cai
Topic: Essentials for Healthy Aging - Brief overview of normal body changes as we age and essential tips for maintaining health 
Panel Discussion with Dr. Cecilia Cai, Dr. John Hsieh, & Melody Lin, LCSW
Location: HCC Sanctuary and via Zoom


Saturday, September 24 – Workshops via Zoom

  • 9:00 – 10:15 AM – Memory Loss and Dementia – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Discuss spectrum of memory loss from mild cognitive impairment to dementia, ways to improve cognitive health, and caregiving for loved ones with dementia. 
  • 10:30 – 11:45 AM – two workshops are offered at this time:
    • Encouragement for Aging Adults (English workshop) – Dr. John Hsieh - In this session, we will talk about common issues experienced by aging adults, such as physical decline, grieving the death of family members, etc., and how to use the Bible to encourage them during these difficult times.
    • Advance Directive (Mandarin workshop) – Melody Lin, LCSW
  • 2:00 – 3:15 PM - Spectrum of Elderly Care Services – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Overview of common health services available to the elderly in the U.S.
  • 3:30 – 4:45 PM - Advance Directives – Melody Lin, LCSW - What are Advance Directives? How should one make decisions about health care in advance? Should everybody have advance directives? This workshop is designed to provide guidance for deciding which advance directive to be completed and comparing the benefits and the risks of having advance directive in place.
Senior Care Matters Conference - Sept 23-24


Family Life Ministry (aka “Home Life”) is sponsoring a hybrid conference on “Senior Care Matters” on Friday – Saturday, September 23-24. This conference addresses healthy aging, mental health issues, memory loss/dementia, advance directives, and elderly care options. The keynote speaker is geriatrician Dr. Cecilia Cai. Panel discussion and workshops will feature Dr. Cai, psychiatrist Dr. John Hsieh, and social worker Melody Lin, LCSW.

Register Here


Friday, September 23, 7:30 – 9:00 PM – Plenary Session – Speaker and Panel Discussion

Speaker: Dr. Cecilia Cai
Topic: Essentials for Healthy Aging - Brief overview of normal body changes as we age and essential tips for maintaining health 
Panel Discussion with Dr. Cecilia Cai, Dr. John Hsieh, & Melody Lin, LCSW
Location: HCC Sanctuary and via Zoom


Saturday, September 24 – Workshops via Zoom

  • 9:00 – 10:15 AM – Memory Loss and Dementia – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Discuss spectrum of memory loss from mild cognitive impairment to dementia, ways to improve cognitive health, and caregiving for loved ones with dementia. 
  • 10:30 – 11:45 AM – two workshops are offered at this time:
    • Encouragement for Aging Adults (English workshop) – Dr. John Hsieh - In this session, we will talk about common issues experienced by aging adults, such as physical decline, grieving the death of family members, etc., and how to use the Bible to encourage them during these difficult times.
    • Advance Directive (Mandarin workshop) – Melody Lin, LCSW
  • 2:00 – 3:15 PM - Spectrum of Elderly Care Services – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Overview of common health services available to the elderly in the U.S.
  • 3:30 – 4:45 PM - Advance Directives – Melody Lin, LCSW - What are Advance Directives? How should one make decisions about health care in advance? Should everybody have advance directives? This workshop is designed to provide guidance for deciding which advance directive to be completed and comparing the benefits and the risks of having advance directive in place.
Senior Care Matters Conference - Sept 23-24


Family Life Ministry (aka “Home Life”) is sponsoring a hybrid conference on “Senior Care Matters” on Friday – Saturday, September 23-24. This conference addresses healthy aging, mental health issues, memory loss/dementia, advance directives, and elderly care options. The keynote speaker is geriatrician Dr. Cecilia Cai. Panel discussion and workshops will feature Dr. Cai, psychiatrist Dr. John Hsieh, and social worker Melody Lin, LCSW.

Register Here


Friday, September 23, 7:30 – 9:00 PM – Plenary Session – Speaker and Panel Discussion

Speaker: Dr. Cecilia Cai
Topic: Essentials for Healthy Aging - Brief overview of normal body changes as we age and essential tips for maintaining health 
Panel Discussion with Dr. Cecilia Cai, Dr. John Hsieh, & Melody Lin, LCSW
Location: HCC Sanctuary and via Zoom


Saturday, September 24 – Workshops via Zoom

  • 9:00 – 10:15 AM – Memory Loss and Dementia – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Discuss spectrum of memory loss from mild cognitive impairment to dementia, ways to improve cognitive health, and caregiving for loved ones with dementia. 
  • 10:30 – 11:45 AM – two workshops are offered at this time:
    • Encouragement for Aging Adults (English workshop) – Dr. John Hsieh - In this session, we will talk about common issues experienced by aging adults, such as physical decline, grieving the death of family members, etc., and how to use the Bible to encourage them during these difficult times.
    • Advance Directive (Mandarin workshop) – Melody Lin, LCSW
  • 2:00 – 3:15 PM - Spectrum of Elderly Care Services – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Overview of common health services available to the elderly in the U.S.
  • 3:30 – 4:45 PM - Advance Directives – Melody Lin, LCSW - What are Advance Directives? How should one make decisions about health care in advance? Should everybody have advance directives? This workshop is designed to provide guidance for deciding which advance directive to be completed and comparing the benefits and the risks of having advance directive in place.


Family Life Ministry (aka “Home Life”) is sponsoring a hybrid conference on “Senior Care Matters” on Friday – Saturday, September 23-24. This conference addresses healthy aging, mental health issues, memory loss/dementia, advance directives, and elderly care options. The keynote speaker is geriatrician Dr. Cecilia Cai. Panel discussion and workshops will feature Dr. Cai, psychiatrist Dr. John Hsieh, and social worker Melody Lin, LCSW.

Register Here


Friday, September 23, 7:30 – 9:00 PM – Plenary Session – Speaker and Panel Discussion

Speaker: Dr. Cecilia Cai
Topic: Essentials for Healthy Aging - Brief overview of normal body changes as we age and essential tips for maintaining health 
Panel Discussion with Dr. Cecilia Cai, Dr. John Hsieh, & Melody Lin, LCSW
Location: HCC Sanctuary and via Zoom


Saturday, September 24 – Workshops via Zoom

  • 9:00 – 10:15 AM – Memory Loss and Dementia – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Discuss spectrum of memory loss from mild cognitive impairment to dementia, ways to improve cognitive health, and caregiving for loved ones with dementia. 
  • 10:30 – 11:45 AM – two workshops are offered at this time:
    • Encouragement for Aging Adults (English workshop) – Dr. John Hsieh - In this session, we will talk about common issues experienced by aging adults, such as physical decline, grieving the death of family members, etc., and how to use the Bible to encourage them during these difficult times.
    • Advance Directive (Mandarin workshop) – Melody Lin, LCSW
  • 2:00 – 3:15 PM - Spectrum of Elderly Care Services – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Overview of common health services available to the elderly in the U.S.
  • 3:30 – 4:45 PM - Advance Directives – Melody Lin, LCSW - What are Advance Directives? How should one make decisions about health care in advance? Should everybody have advance directives? This workshop is designed to provide guidance for deciding which advance directive to be completed and comparing the benefits and the risks of having advance directive in place.


Family Life Ministry (aka “Home Life”) is sponsoring a hybrid conference on “Senior Care Matters” on Friday – Saturday, September 23-24. This conference addresses healthy aging, mental health issues, memory loss/dementia, advance directives, and elderly care options. The keynote speaker is geriatrician Dr. Cecilia Cai. Panel discussion and workshops will feature Dr. Cai, psychiatrist Dr. John Hsieh, and social worker Melody Lin, LCSW.

Register Here


Friday, September 23, 7:30 – 9:00 PM – Plenary Session – Speaker and Panel Discussion

Speaker: Dr. Cecilia Cai
Topic: Essentials for Healthy Aging - Brief overview of normal body changes as we age and essential tips for maintaining health 
Panel Discussion with Dr. Cecilia Cai, Dr. John Hsieh, & Melody Lin, LCSW
Location: HCC Sanctuary and via Zoom


Saturday, September 24 – Workshops via Zoom

  • 9:00 – 10:15 AM – Memory Loss and Dementia – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Discuss spectrum of memory loss from mild cognitive impairment to dementia, ways to improve cognitive health, and caregiving for loved ones with dementia. 
  • 10:30 – 11:45 AM – two workshops are offered at this time:
    • Encouragement for Aging Adults (English workshop) – Dr. John Hsieh - In this session, we will talk about common issues experienced by aging adults, such as physical decline, grieving the death of family members, etc., and how to use the Bible to encourage them during these difficult times.
    • Advance Directive (Mandarin workshop) – Melody Lin, LCSW
  • 2:00 – 3:15 PM - Spectrum of Elderly Care Services – Dr. Cecilia Cai - Overview of common health services available to the elderly in the U.S.
  • 3:30 – 4:45 PM - Advance Directives – Melody Lin, LCSW - What are Advance Directives? How should one make decisions about health care in advance? Should everybody have advance directives? This workshop is designed to provide guidance for deciding which advance directive to be completed and comparing the benefits and the risks of having advance directive in place.

Photos of speakers

Dr. Cecilia Cai, MD, CMD – Dr. Cai is a geriatrician from Baltimore, Maryland. She serves as medical director and attending physician at two rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. She completed internal medicine residency and Chief Residency in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at Baylor College of Medicine. She completed additional training in geriatrics fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Currently she also assists in teaching Johns Hopkins geriatric medicine fellows. 

Melody Lin, LCSW, has a BS in Biology from Taiwan, and a MS of Social Work from the University of Illinois. Since 1981, she has worked as a geriatric social worker in communities, social service agencies and nursing homes, and has also been a hospice social worker. She was nominated to the National Institute of Mental Health as a Public Reviewer of Research Grant Proposals. She has taught Family Social Work in Asia University in Taiwan. Since 2013, she has been in private practice, and is a speaker
on subjects related to aging, end of life care and mental health. She has also served on local, state, and national level committees related to public policy issues.

Dr. John Hsieh, MD – Dr. Hsieh was born in Taiwan and graduated from Medical College of Wisconsin. He finished his postgraduate residency training in psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and currently serves as an assistant professor there. He has been working with adults who
struggle with various mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. In addition to medication treatment, he is also interested in biblical counseling and is pursuing certification through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.

Photos of speakers

Dr. Cecilia Cai, MD, CMD – Dr. Cai is a geriatrician from Baltimore, Maryland. She serves as medical director and attending physician at two rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. She completed internal medicine residency and Chief Residency in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at Baylor College of Medicine. She completed additional training in geriatrics fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Currently she also assists in teaching Johns Hopkins geriatric medicine fellows. 

Melody Lin, LCSW, has a BS in Biology from Taiwan, and a MS of Social Work from the University of Illinois. Since 1981, she has worked as a geriatric social worker in communities, social service agencies and nursing homes, and has also been a hospice social worker. She was nominated to the National Institute of Mental Health as a Public Reviewer of Research Grant Proposals. She has taught Family Social Work in Asia University in Taiwan. Since 2013, she has been in private practice, and is a speaker
on subjects related to aging, end of life care and mental health. She has also served on local, state, and national level committees related to public policy issues.

Dr. John Hsieh, MD – Dr. Hsieh was born in Taiwan and graduated from Medical College of Wisconsin. He finished his postgraduate residency training in psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and currently serves as an assistant professor there. He has been working with adults who
struggle with various mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. In addition to medication treatment, he is also interested in biblical counseling and is pursuing certification through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.

Photos of speakers

Dr. Cecilia Cai, MD, CMD – Dr. Cai is a geriatrician from Baltimore, Maryland. She serves as medical director and attending physician at two rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. She completed internal medicine residency and Chief Residency in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at Baylor College of Medicine. She completed additional training in geriatrics fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Currently she also assists in teaching Johns Hopkins geriatric medicine fellows. 

Melody Lin, LCSW, has a BS in Biology from Taiwan, and a MS of Social Work from the University of Illinois. Since 1981, she has worked as a geriatric social worker in communities, social service agencies and nursing homes, and has also been a hospice social worker. She was nominated to the National Institute of Mental Health as a Public Reviewer of Research Grant Proposals. She has taught Family Social Work in Asia University in Taiwan. Since 2013, she has been in private practice, and is a speaker
on subjects related to aging, end of life care and mental health. She has also served on local, state, and national level committees related to public policy issues.

Dr. John Hsieh, MD – Dr. Hsieh was born in Taiwan and graduated from Medical College of Wisconsin. He finished his postgraduate residency training in psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and currently serves as an assistant professor there. He has been working with adults who
struggle with various mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. In addition to medication treatment, he is also interested in biblical counseling and is pursuing certification through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.

Photos of speakers

Dr. Cecilia Cai, MD, CMD – Dr. Cai is a geriatrician from Baltimore, Maryland. She serves as medical director and attending physician at two rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. She completed internal medicine residency and Chief Residency in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at Baylor College of Medicine. She completed additional training in geriatrics fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Currently she also assists in teaching Johns Hopkins geriatric medicine fellows. 

Melody Lin, LCSW, has a BS in Biology from Taiwan, and a MS of Social Work from the University of Illinois. Since 1981, she has worked as a geriatric social worker in communities, social service agencies and nursing homes, and has also been a hospice social worker. She was nominated to the National Institute of Mental Health as a Public Reviewer of Research Grant Proposals. She has taught Family Social Work in Asia University in Taiwan. Since 2013, she has been in private practice, and is a speaker
on subjects related to aging, end of life care and mental health. She has also served on local, state, and national level committees related to public policy issues.

Dr. John Hsieh, MD – Dr. Hsieh was born in Taiwan and graduated from Medical College of Wisconsin. He finished his postgraduate residency training in psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and currently serves as an assistant professor there. He has been working with adults who
struggle with various mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. In addition to medication treatment, he is also interested in biblical counseling and is pursuing certification through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.

Photos of speakers

Dr. Cecilia Cai, MD, CMD – Dr. Cai is a geriatrician from Baltimore, Maryland. She serves as medical director and attending physician at two rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. She completed internal medicine residency and Chief Residency in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at Baylor College of Medicine. She completed additional training in geriatrics fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Currently she also assists in teaching Johns Hopkins geriatric medicine fellows. 

Melody Lin, LCSW, has a BS in Biology from Taiwan, and a MS of Social Work from the University of Illinois. Since 1981, she has worked as a geriatric social worker in communities, social service agencies and nursing homes, and has also been a hospice social worker. She was nominated to the National Institute of Mental Health as a Public Reviewer of Research Grant Proposals. She has taught Family Social Work in Asia University in Taiwan. Since 2013, she has been in private practice, and is a speaker
on subjects related to aging, end of life care and mental health. She has also served on local, state, and national level committees related to public policy issues.

Dr. John Hsieh, MD – Dr. Hsieh was born in Taiwan and graduated from Medical College of Wisconsin. He finished his postgraduate residency training in psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and currently serves as an assistant professor there. He has been working with adults who
struggle with various mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. In addition to medication treatment, he is also interested in biblical counseling and is pursuing certification through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.

Photos of speakers

Dr. Cecilia Cai, MD, CMD – Dr. Cai is a geriatrician from Baltimore, Maryland. She serves as medical director and attending physician at two rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. She completed internal medicine residency and Chief Residency in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at Baylor College of Medicine. She completed additional training in geriatrics fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Currently she also assists in teaching Johns Hopkins geriatric medicine fellows. 

Melody Lin, LCSW, has a BS in Biology from Taiwan, and a MS of Social Work from the University of Illinois. Since 1981, she has worked as a geriatric social worker in communities, social service agencies and nursing homes, and has also been a hospice social worker. She was nominated to the National Institute of Mental Health as a Public Reviewer of Research Grant Proposals. She has taught Family Social Work in Asia University in Taiwan. Since 2013, she has been in private practice, and is a speaker
on subjects related to aging, end of life care and mental health. She has also served on local, state, and national level committees related to public policy issues.

Dr. John Hsieh, MD – Dr. Hsieh was born in Taiwan and graduated from Medical College of Wisconsin. He finished his postgraduate residency training in psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and currently serves as an assistant professor there. He has been working with adults who
struggle with various mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. In addition to medication treatment, he is also interested in biblical counseling and is pursuing certification through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.

Photos of speakers

Dr. Cecilia Cai, MD, CMD – Dr. Cai is a geriatrician from Baltimore, Maryland. She serves as medical director and attending physician at two rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. She completed internal medicine residency and Chief Residency in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at Baylor College of Medicine. She completed additional training in geriatrics fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Currently she also assists in teaching Johns Hopkins geriatric medicine fellows. 

Melody Lin, LCSW, has a BS in Biology from Taiwan, and a MS of Social Work from the University of Illinois. Since 1981, she has worked as a geriatric social worker in communities, social service agencies and nursing homes, and has also been a hospice social worker. She was nominated to the National Institute of Mental Health as a Public Reviewer of Research Grant Proposals. She has taught Family Social Work in Asia University in Taiwan. Since 2013, she has been in private practice, and is a speaker
on subjects related to aging, end of life care and mental health. She has also served on local, state, and national level committees related to public policy issues.

Dr. John Hsieh, MD – Dr. Hsieh was born in Taiwan and graduated from Medical College of Wisconsin. He finished his postgraduate residency training in psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and currently serves as an assistant professor there. He has been working with adults who
struggle with various mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. In addition to medication treatment, he is also interested in biblical counseling and is pursuing certification through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.

Photos of speakers

Dr. Cecilia Cai, MD, CMD – Dr. Cai is a geriatrician from Baltimore, Maryland. She serves as medical director and attending physician at two rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. She completed internal medicine residency and Chief Residency in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at Baylor College of Medicine. She completed additional training in geriatrics fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Currently she also assists in teaching Johns Hopkins geriatric medicine fellows. 

Melody Lin, LCSW, has a BS in Biology from Taiwan, and a MS of Social Work from the University of Illinois. Since 1981, she has worked as a geriatric social worker in communities, social service agencies and nursing homes, and has also been a hospice social worker. She was nominated to the National Institute of Mental Health as a Public Reviewer of Research Grant Proposals. She has taught Family Social Work in Asia University in Taiwan. Since 2013, she has been in private practice, and is a speaker
on subjects related to aging, end of life care and mental health. She has also served on local, state, and national level committees related to public policy issues.

Dr. John Hsieh, MD – Dr. Hsieh was born in Taiwan and graduated from Medical College of Wisconsin. He finished his postgraduate residency training in psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and currently serves as an assistant professor there. He has been working with adults who
struggle with various mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. In addition to medication treatment, he is also interested in biblical counseling and is pursuing certification through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.

Photos of speakers

Dr. Cecilia Cai, MD, CMD – Dr. Cai is a geriatrician from Baltimore, Maryland. She serves as medical director and attending physician at two rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. She completed internal medicine residency and Chief Residency in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at Baylor College of Medicine. She completed additional training in geriatrics fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Currently she also assists in teaching Johns Hopkins geriatric medicine fellows. 

Melody Lin, LCSW, has a BS in Biology from Taiwan, and a MS of Social Work from the University of Illinois. Since 1981, she has worked as a geriatric social worker in communities, social service agencies and nursing homes, and has also been a hospice social worker. She was nominated to the National Institute of Mental Health as a Public Reviewer of Research Grant Proposals. She has taught Family Social Work in Asia University in Taiwan. Since 2013, she has been in private practice, and is a speaker
on subjects related to aging, end of life care and mental health. She has also served on local, state, and national level committees related to public policy issues.

Dr. John Hsieh, MD – Dr. Hsieh was born in Taiwan and graduated from Medical College of Wisconsin. He finished his postgraduate residency training in psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and currently serves as an assistant professor there. He has been working with adults who
struggle with various mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. In addition to medication treatment, he is also interested in biblical counseling and is pursuing certification through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.

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Dr. Cecilia Cai, MD, CMD – Dr. Cai is a geriatrician from Baltimore, Maryland. She serves as medical director and attending physician at two rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. She completed internal medicine residency and Chief Residency in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at Baylor College of Medicine. She completed additional training in geriatrics fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Currently she also assists in teaching Johns Hopkins geriatric medicine fellows. 

Melody Lin, LCSW, has a BS in Biology from Taiwan, and a MS of Social Work from the University of Illinois. Since 1981, she has worked as a geriatric social worker in communities, social service agencies and nursing homes, and has also been a hospice social worker. She was nominated to the National Institute of Mental Health as a Public Reviewer of Research Grant Proposals. She has taught Family Social Work in Asia University in Taiwan. Since 2013, she has been in private practice, and is a speaker
on subjects related to aging, end of life care and mental health. She has also served on local, state, and national level committees related to public policy issues.

Dr. John Hsieh, MD – Dr. Hsieh was born in Taiwan and graduated from Medical College of Wisconsin. He finished his postgraduate residency training in psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and currently serves as an assistant professor there. He has been working with adults who
struggle with various mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. In addition to medication treatment, he is also interested in biblical counseling and is pursuing certification through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.