Engage As You Age will be leading a panel discussion on “Aging In Place” at San Francisco State University on November 18, 2009.
FACT: 9 out of 10 baby boomers and seniors want to remain in their own homes throughout their entire retirement.
This panel discussion will cover not only what options are out there for seniors today but what will be available for the growing number of San Francisco Bay seniors area in the coming years.
Right now there are 1.1 millions seniors in the greater bay area. There will be 1.6 million seniors by 2020!
Ben Lewis, Founder of Engage As You Age, will present as well as Tessa ten Tusscher (CEO and Co-Founder of Living Well Assisted Living At Home), Laurel Etheridge (Director SF Region, Eldercare Services) and Martin Simenc (Founder, Home Safety Services).
If you’re interested in learning about any of the following topics you should come:
- fall prevention
- creative aging
- technologies that keep families connected
- concierge services for seniors
- creating community while remaining in your own home
- alternatives to living in assisted living facilities, continuing care communities or nursing homes
- home safety
- technologies that allow you to safely remain in your home….
This “Aging Explorers” event will take place on:
- Wednesday, November 18th
- 12pm – 1:45 pm (panel discussion)
- 2pm – 3:15 pm (question and answer session)
At: SF State Downtown Campus, 835 Market Street, 6th Floor, Room 609, San Francisco, CA, 94103
Note about location: It is adjacent to the San Francisco Shopping Center and directly above the Powell Street Bart Stop.