Re-Framing Aging Conversations

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Communities are talking and asking questions how we can change the views on Ageism. In 2014 AARP took on the task defining what it means to grow old and how words change our perceptions along with our ideas for living in our communities. The further we investigate how general society looks at aging, the further we can prepare for the growth of aging America. The facts are here, 85 y/o populations are projected to triple from 6.2 million to 14.6 in 2014 while our younger group population ( 0-19 ) will continue to decrease.  

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Understanding the Advance Healthcare Directive & POLST Orders

Monday, April 23, 10:30-11:30 am

 

Nearing end of life is no time to make important, end-of-life
decisions.
Free your loved ones from worry by planning ahead.
Come away with an understanding of what these documents mean
for you and a packet of materials to help you plan ahead.
 
This free event is co-sponsored by Corte Madera Library
& Corte Madera Parks & Recreation Department.
 
Registration is not required, but seating is limited.
Corte Madera Library
 

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