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TTN-HOME: Senior Women's Housing Options: Aging in Community (West Berkeley)

  • Aug 26, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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The Transition Network San Francisco Bay Area chapter invites you to TTN-HOME, our 2014 continuing initiative of meetings and educational presentations to explore housing options for women over 50.

TTN-HOME's relevant in-depth monthly series continues to address issues designed to help participants identify available housing options and develop a plan to realize their own long-term housing objectives.  

The August 26th meeting -- the fourth in the series -- will focus on four women panelists who either by choice or circumstances are “aging in place,” and on the community resources they can use to support them – including Ashby Village, North Oakland Village and TTN’s own Caring Collaborative. 

Feedback about the TTN-HOME meetings is excellent, and its audience is growing every month. Many people are talking about what they need to do next to achieve their housing objectives.

Besides the educational presentations and networking opportunities, the attendees also receive emails from TTN-HOME about housing vacancies, housing wanted and announcements of other housing events occurring in the Bay Area.

You will learn about other study groups and opportunities at this event. 

COST: $10 (Nobody turned away for lack of funds.)  

FOOD: BYO snack & drinks. 

RSVP:  EBCOHO, but also Lynn Richards at [masked]

REGISTRATION: Space limited to 40 individuals, therefore register early with Lynn Richards at [masked] RSVPing on EBCOHO is not enough to confirm your spot. RSVP here as an EBCOHO member to folks can see you are interested and participating. 

DIRECTIONS: Bancroft at 6th St.  Go through the green gate with the courtyard behind on Bancroft.  There is an open door toward the back. 

EBCOHO Note: this is not a cohousing-specific event, although members are exploring shared housing options, including cohousing, cohouseholding, and other community living options. Many EBCOHO members have participated. Space is limited to 40, so contact Lynn Richards at [masked] to confirm your seat.


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  • Susan M.

    I won't be able to attend this meeting, but wonder if there will be others in the near future.

    August 24, 2015

    • Raines C.

      Susan, this meeting was over a year ago. There is a current series underway, and we will be listing future gatherings as appropriate, via our Aging in Community meetUp group: http://meetup.com/agi...­

      August 24, 2015

  • Anna K.

    Hi, I am very interested in senior cohousing possibilities in the Bay Area, but will not be able to make the meeting on Tuesday. Hope this is a topic that will be brought up again.

    August 25, 2014

    • Raines C.

      Most definitely, Anna. We're planning some that are specific to "Aging in Community", keep an eye on our calendar.

      August 28, 2014

  • ginny

    cant make it tomorrow, but another time for sure. i was away much of the summer and think i missed some pretty interesting events with you.
    hasta pronto!

    1 · August 25, 2014

  • Raines C.

    It's great to see TTN-HOME talk about "Beacon Hill" Village Networks like Ashby Village, where I volunteer. These are membership groups that help people stay in their homes as they grow older, and include a strong element of community-building, although they are often promoted using a services framework, like a "AAA for Aging" with group discounts and a concierge/referral service. We call this "Aging in Community" and have a whole website dedicated to the movement, plus a separate parallel MeetUp group for Bay Area events related to this topic. See http://www.AgingInCommunity.com/

    August 8, 2014

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