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Resources for Aging Well (Hybrid)

Almond Blossom

Betty Davis has been credited with saying that “getting old ain’t for sissies!” As we age, physical and cognitive changes can present challenges that we are asked to confront and adapt to, in ourselves and in the people we love. But, we do not need to do this in isolation. TBE is our place to meet, to learn, to share and to offer support to one another at all moments of life’s transitions, so that we may continue to live our lives fully with dignity and acceptance.

Caring Connections and The Deanna and Sidney Wolk Center for Memory Health at Hebrew Senior Life will host three programs to continue the conversation about how we can best support our family and friends whose lives have been affected by cognitive change.

Learn about senior living, health care, and community resources to help you or a loved one maximize physical wellness, social stimulation, and personal fulfillment at every age. Topics will include how to know when to make a change, financial considerations, and making decisionsas a family with Amanda Phillips, MA.

Each course in this sequence is stand-alone, meaning you can attend as many or as few as you prefer! Feel free to join us for any session that interests you. If you have any questions about participating, please contact the program leader.

Supporting a Friend with Cognitive Changes (Hybrid), October 17, 2023 (View Recording)

Building a Brain Healthy Lifestyle (Hybrid), November 5, 2023 (View Recording)

Resources for Aging Well (Hybrid), December 7, 2023

Registration: This event is available in person and on Zoom.  Click the purple registration bar above to join us. Zoom pre-registration is required. Once you have registered, your unique access link will be emailed to you.