Love Yourself, Love Your Brain Lunch n Learn
Thursday, Feb. 13th, 11:30 a.m.
A healthy mind is the essential key to staying independent, involved and enjoying our lives to the fullest at any age. Join Aloha to Aging for a healthy lunch and exciting series of games to keep your mind sharp and stimulated. Suggested donation of $10.00. Program held at Aloha to Aging, Inc. 4608 Lower Roswell Rd, Marietta, GA 30068. RSVP by Feb 11th at email@example.com or call 770-722-7641.
“Getting Ready for Tomorrow” Educational Series
Join us monthly as we dive into the various topics associated with retiring, age-related health issues, living/location changes and how to best cope through this time of life. For retirees, almost retirees and those planning ahead!
Part 1: Best Practices for Downsizing and Modifying to “Age In Place”
Thursday, Feb 27th at 1:00 p.m.
Join Occupational Therapist and Real Estate Agent, Regina Sitterly, as she reviews how best to downsize your home and prepare for modifications to support safety and wellbeing to best “Aging In Place”.
Aging 101 Hands on Simulation
Monday, Feb 10th 1:00- 2:30 (Care provided, but must RSVP)
Families, caregivers and professionals can reach a deeper level of understanding regarding patients living with dementia by spending some time “walking in their shoes.” Our simulation activities mimic what it is like to feel confused, frustrated, isolated and more. Participants will gain compassion and empathy.
These simulation exercises help participants understand age-related health challenges faced by the older people they serve. These include neuropathy, hearing loss, vision loss, language impairment, mobility and balance and cognitive decline. Join us as we share experiences with peers to help you process lessons learned in a meaningful, memorable way. What is it like to live every day as an older adult facing one or more common, age-related health challenges? The engaging, active learning simulation sessions are designed to provide insight into this important question. After the “hands-on” experiences we discuss how such challenges may impact elder’s autonomy and ability to live independently. Together, we consider solutions and supports currently available to elders and brainstorm other potentially successful interventions. Please RSVP by Jan. 20th.
These programs are provided at our office located at
4608 Lower Roswell Rd, Marietta, GA 30068 unless otherwise noted.
All Programs are open to the community.