Join one or more sessions of this yearlong positive-aging workshop series for developing your personal plan; the same topics are covered in Santa Rosa (RSVP here) and Petaluma (see our calendar for separate links).
This month's topic: Self Care and Balance
Participants will identify areas of interest to create personal balance, identify steps in the caregiving process and learn how to use support systems and resources to enhance quality of life and relationships.
June topic: Housing and Living Arrangements (traditional retirement institutions, not cohousing/community-based, as far as we know)
Participants will explore a personal meaning of home and learn of traditional and non-traditional approaches to housing.
July topic: Aging Well: Exploring Resources for Well-being
This monthly class series is hosted by The Collaborative on Positive Aging (http://www.councilonaging.com/aging/copa-collaborative-on-positive-aging/) (COPA). Topics of the course of the yearlong series have included:
• Balance & Self Care
• Living Arrangements
• Meaning and Purpose
• Work and Volunteerism
For more information, please call Mary 707-525-0143 or email: email@example.com
Americans are living longer than ever before. Are you prepared, financially and emotionally, for the challenges and opportunities that are inherent in this new reality?
The Collaborative on Positive Aging invites adults of all ages to participate in a 12-month workshop series designed to help them develop a personal longevity plan. These informative, practical, and interactive workshops will be facilitated by local professionals who are specialists in their fields. Topics to be covered include: Relationships, Finances, Life Balance and Self-Care, Living Arrangements, Meaning and Purpose, Work and Volunteerism, and much more.
COPA is a collaboration of representatives from agencies around Sonoma County, independent professionals, and interested members of the public. Our goal is to promote and facilitate positive aging in Sonoma County. To this end, we have joined together to explore ways to capitalize on, and accelerate, national interest in expanding opportunities and options for people in the second half of life. We envision Sonoma County becoming a national leader in the Positive Aging movement.