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The Importance of Connection as We Age

For most of us, as we age, we have fewer relationships than we once did. We often find that our relationships that we have become deeper, and we are closer to our loved ones. Unfortunately, as is the reality of aging, we lose our friends along the way. Our family grows older with us and […]

The future begins now…A series

It is never too early to begin planning. You see, starting to think about what you are wanting for your future is something that takes a bit of time to do. There are many different categories to consider, and your future goals will differ once you talk to loved ones, friends, and other important people […]

Stop Telling Me What To Do!

One of the most challenging aspects of aging can be when your loved ones begin to tell you what to do, and they don’t just stop there – they ¬†then tell you when you should do it, why, and where. Often, those who are giving this “advice” are adult children or other loved ones who, […]

Hello World! Age With Ease blog begins

Today – a new part of the Age with Ease website comes alive. The goal of this blog is to: promote new ways to age with ease, find inspiration from people and programs that are helping communities and individuals age well, coach caregivers as they care for their aging loved ones, and highlight businesses who […]

Join us at the American Society on Aging’s bi-monthly networking meeting. This important topic is timely, and critical for all of us as we age. ASA Chicagoland Regional Network Elder Abuse & Neglect¬† Friday, April 5, 2013 8:30 am ‚Äď 10:30 am Location: Rush University Medical Center Room 994, Armour Academic Center 600 S. Paulina […]

47th Ward Holiday Luncheon

47th Ward Senior Holiday Luncheon Join us to celebrate the holiday season. December¬†21,¬†2012¬†@¬†11:00¬†am – 12:30¬†pm St Benedict Parish, 2215 W Irving Park Rd Chicago,IL 60618 USA  

ASA Chicago Roundtable – Mental Health & Aging

December 07, 2012, 8:30am Rush University Medical Center, Room 994, Armour Academic Center, 600 S. Paulina St., Chicago IL The panelists will address the challenges and successes of serving the mental health needs of the aging population in a variety of settings, including the community-at-large, long-term care, federally qualified healthcare centers, the clinician’s office, and […]

¬†December 01, 2012. 10:00 am Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL Stay Active, Involved, Engaged, Influential: Moderating inspirational neighbors living their best lives Ameya Pawar, Alderman, 47th Ward of Chicago Robyn Golden, Rush University Medical Center Phil Ponce, Host, WTTW‚Äôs Chicago Tonight   Who should come? You! Participate in […]

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