Two Interesting ProAging Meetings – Dec 4 (N.VA) – Dec. 5 (Baltimore)

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ProAging/IAC Meeting – How Is The Economy Effecting Our Service To Seniors?
Date: Thursday December 04, 2008
Time: 2-4ish
Location: Woodlands Retirement Community
4320 Forest Hill Drive
Fairfax, VA 20030

RSVP Requested to [email protected]

Description: Come out and network with other senior-serving professionals and engage in a thought provoking discussion on how the current economic downturn and its effect on older adults. The event will try to embrace the spirit of a "town hall" meeting. Attendees will be encouraged to share their challenges, thoughts and insights. Our panel will provide information and insight and lead us in a discussion about the topic. Come to learn more about this important issue and network with your fellow aging services professionals. This is also an opportunity to experience the hospitality of the beautiful new Woodlands Retirement Community.
Contact: Steve Gurney
Call: 703-992-1118
[email protected]—how-is-the-economy-effecting-our-service-to-seniors

ProAging Network @ Stadium Place – Learn about the first GREEN HOUSE® Project in Maryland!
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Date: Friday December 05, 2008
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 10:30ish
Location: Ednor II Apartments @ Stadium Place
1050 E. 33rd Street, Baltimore, MD 21218

Description: Join other senior serving professionals for a fantastic networking and educational breakfast, featuring nationally recognized speakers. Bring plenty of business cards and brochures! Learn about the first GREEN HOUSE® Project in Maryland! The Green House® Model is a unique approach for providing quality long-term care with compassion and respect for the elder’s desire to age with choice Friday, December 5th 8:30 – 10ish Ednor II Apartments @ Stadium Place 1050 E. 33rd Street, Baltimore, MD 21218 (former site of Memorial Stadium) About The Green House® Residences at Stadium Place The Green House® Residences will help us achieve our vision of Stadium Place as a campus where seniors will receive a continuum of care, allowing them to age in community. The building will be part of a larger "village center" where a variety of service, shopping, medical, social, and other needs of the elders of North Baltimore will be met. This model is now a national Replication Initiative funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation with technical assistance provided by NCB Capital Impact. FREE Event – Need More Info? Call 410-581-6873 or [email protected] Need More Info? 
Contact: Barbara Snyder/Steve Gurney
Call: 800-394-9990
[email protected]—learn-about-the-first-green-house-project-in-maryland

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