York Hospital to offer Lunch & Learn on 'Aging in Place'
YORK — Next in the series of York Hospital’s Lunch & Learns open to the public, “Getting Older Just Got a Lot Easier” We Can Take the Worry Out of Managing Your Home & Lifestyle, addresses the subject of “Aging in Place.” To be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, July 24, the program will take place at the York Public Library in the Community Room, 15 Long Sands Road in York.
The team from York-based, “Neighborhood Network” will present and discuss the services they provide for the greater York Community. Covered topics will include: security and safety, choice, independence, volunteers, fully vetted vendors and discounts, exclusive social/educational events, problem solving, peace of mind, convenience and affordability.
Neighborhood Network can help people live their lives at home, independently and with a sense of security by offering specific services, allowing a break from caring for a spouse or parent. Others include: overseeing home maintenance projects; snow shoveling; taking out the trash; mowing the lawn; providing rides to the market; social events or medical appointments; feeding your pet or watering your plants when you are away; or connecting you with others to start a book club, play cards or take trips.
Seating is limited and complimentary lunch will be served. Guests are welcome and take their seats beginning at 11:45 a.m. A question and answer session will follow the lecture. To make your reservation, please call York Hospital's Friendraising Office at 207-351-2385 or e-mail email@example.com. For further information on Neighborhood Network, please call 207-351-1828.
For information on other community lectures and programs, please visit the hospital's website at: www.yorkhospital.com.