Monday, September 25 from 4:30 – 6:30 PM at Arbor Ridge on the Brookmeade Campus, Route 308, in Rhinebeck:
Celebrating 15 Years of the Aging-in-Place Movement with an interview with noted physician and author Atul Gawande. The interview will be live-streamed from Boston Public Library starting at 5 PM. Car pool leaves Grace Church Millbrook at 3.30 p.m. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org asap.
Monday, October 30 from 1 – 4 PM at the Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Educational Center in Hyde Park: The Caring Majority presents the new documentary movie “CARE”:
This addresses the poignant and largely-hidden world of in-home elder care, revealing the deep bonds that form between paid care workers and elders while exposing the cracks in the U.S. care system. Following the showing, we will discuss the challenges and the mission of The Caring Majority, a new movement concerned with improving how we care for both the growing number of older adults and for those who make their lives livable.
Wednesday, November 29 from 1 – 4 PM at the Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Educational Center in Hyde Park: Rhinebeck at Home will host The Aging in Place Movement in Dutchess County: “Let’s Make It Happen Now!”
The keynote speaker will be Lawrence Force, PhD, Director of the Center on Aging and Policy at Mount Saint Mary College. A panel of invited speakers will lead a discussion of potential resources and information for the development of community-based aging-in-place ‘Villages’ that are membership-driven, grassroots, nonprofit organizations run by volunteers and/or staff.
Call Rhinebeck at Home at 845-379-1114 to register for any of these programs
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