Come to a free seminar featuring Kryspin Turczynski, MA, of the Silver Tribe Institute, and learn about aging in the 21st century. With a rapidly growing senior population and fewer resources available for their care, sustainability will be a key concept in 21st century aging.
Note: this is not a cohousing-related event, and we're not a sponsor or organizer. But we like Kryspin, and we helped train him and the Alameda Elder staff in the Danish Successful Aging curriculum that was part of the Senior Cohousing Study Group model, and it's great to see and support him building on the concepts and taking them further out into the world. Perhaps we can go out for ice cream at Tucker's afterwards. -- Raines
What is sustainability? How does it relate to aging? How can sustainability be achieved through social support? Find the answers to these questions and many others as we explore sustainable aging in community (http://www.AgingInCommunity.com/) from the perspectives of finance, health, and the environment.
Peet's coffee and refreshments will be provided.
The Elders Village Talks series is Alameda Elders' free, educational seminars on topics we believe to be of importance or interest to seniors, as well as to their friends and families.