ProAging at Symphony Manor Features Maryland Aging in Place Villages

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Over 75 influential senior-serving professionals gathered at a brand new Symphony Manor Premier Assisted Living and Memory Care in Roland Park.  In addition to networking, refreshments and tours of the community there was a presentation on the Village Movement in Maryland.  See recent AARP article on Villages.

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 Attendees included the following professionals, alpha by Organization Name:

Dont miss the next ProAging meeting!

ProAging at the World of Possibilities DisABILITIES Expo

Date: Friday May 06, 2011

Time: 8:30 a.m.

Location: Maryland State Fairgrounds, 2200 York Road, Timonium, MD 21093

Please RSVP rsvp@proaging.com

 

Description: Be the first in the door for the region’s major forum for disability-related resources.  The ProAging event will bring together professionals in the aging and disabilities community to network and hear Louis Tenenbaum,one of the foremost authorities on aging in place and universal design concepts. Bring business cards and brochures and be ready to network and learn about disability services for all ages.

 

About Louis Tenenbaum

A former carpenter and contractor, Louis Tenenbaum is now a leading thinker, speaker and consultant on Aging in Place—the idea that our homes are the most desirable and economical place for housing and care. Based in Washington, DC’s Maryland suburbs, Louis helps businesses, nonprofits and individuals formulate and refine design, strategies, marketing and programming for Aging in Place homes, products and age friendly communities.

In 2010 Louis wrote Aging in Place 2.0: Rethinking Solutions to the Home Care Challenge, published by the MetLife Mature Marketing Institute.

 

Please RSVP rsvp@proaging.com

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