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As we enter our 60's, we are actually playing in the 4th Quarter of our Lives. For many of us, the 4th Quarter will last up to 40 years. We are pioneers in this new time of life with extended opportunities for new adventures and renewment. We are also “rookies” in creating our playbooks for our long-term futures. Options and choices for how and where we hope to live are important questions for ourselves, our parents and our significant others to explore. We are planners by nature; planning for education or our next move; but what are your plans for long term care? Have you even thought about this?
Aging is universal; we are all aging. However, talking about aging or older age is often ignored or avoided.The subject remains mysterious with little understanding of the options available over the course of our later years.This panel of experts will break down barriers and open the door to discussing aging. Our experts will examine the choices for community living, housing opportunities,and explain how we insure that our plans for living through the 4th quarter reflect our goals and values. Join us to learn how to embrace the journey excited and prepared!
Maribeth J. Stein of Senior Life Consulting, Mary Raleigh from the Law Offices of Mary J. Raleigh, and Jan Steiner of Senior Transitions Concierge, will speak. Louis Starmann of Senior Life Consulting will moderate the session. Bring your concerns and questions for these panelists.
Dominican University, Priory Campus
7200 W. Division St.
River Forest, IL, 60305
Two memoirs in one book. It started out as a class assignment and became a friendship. Authors Caitlin Alifirenka from America and Martin Ganda from Zimbabwe share how their human connection was stronger than the 9,000 miles between them.
In Read & Reflect, we read and discuss a thoughtful selection of nonfiction titles ripe for meaningful discussion. Books are available at Dole Branch one month before the discussion. Learn more about all of our monthly book discussions.