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July, 2022

Wednesday
13
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Homesharing is a growing trend that addresses a range of housing needs. For older adults, it offers financial, social and other benefits for those who want to stay in their homes. For others, often younger, it provides a solution to affordability as well as social and other needs. Join us to learn more about homesharing, how it works, it‘s benefits for individuals as well as communities, and how it might work for you.
Thursday
14
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Too often, population aging is viewed as a burden to society – a “silver tsunami” destined to wreak terrible havoc. The problem may not be our growing legions of older adults. Instead, it may be our absence of imagination and creativity regarding what wonderful purpose all this longevity and maturity might serve. The population of people over 65 is projected to grow to over 100 million over the next two decades as the baby boom becomes an age wave, and the potential “upside” of aging will multiply.

Join Dr. Ken Dychtwald to examine how older adults are redefining success in later life in terms of the potential for “generosity,” and seeing giving back as the key to not only being useful, but youthful as well. Attendees will gain insights to understand how giving benefits the giver and understand the individual, organizational and community implications.

Offered by the Encore Network. Co-sponsored by Encore Boston Network.

Over the past 40+ years, Dr. Ken Dychtwald has emerged as North America’s foremost visionary and original thinker regarding the lifestyle, marketing, health care, economic, leisure, and workforce implications of the age wave. Ken is a psychologist, gerontologist, and best-selling author of 18 books on aging-related issues. Since 1986, Ken has been the Founder and CEO of Age Wave, an acclaimed think tank and consultancy focused on the social and business implications and opportunities of global aging and rising longevity. His client list has included over half the Fortune 500.
Wednesday
20
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10:00 AM
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One of the trickiest decisions facing people as they think about retirement is when to take Social Security. And the decision has lasting consequences. To learn how to think about this decision and assess what options might be right for you, join Steve Lewis and Glenn Frank for an overview of Social Security and get answers to your questions.
Thursday
28
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The tragedy of increasing gun violence is on nearly everyone‘s mind these days. What are the causes of this crisis, and what can we do about it? Join us to learn about the six issues involved in gun violence and how this concern intersects with mental health. We will find out what the Massachusetts Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence is doing to stem this problem. We will explore how this crisis affects us personally. Most importantly, we will learn what we can do to address the situation.

September, 2022

Wednesday
21
This is a virtual event.
10:00 AM
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Join Steve Lewis and Glenn Frank to learn about Medicare: when one is eligibe, options to supplement basic Medicare for hospital, phyician services, and prescription coverage. Additional options for those with low income.

November, 2022

Wednesday
16
This is a virtual event.
10:00 AM
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Join Glenn Frank and Steve Lewis for a conversation about wills, trusts, durable power of attorney for financial decisions, health care proxy, beneficiaries, and giving.

Steve is an MBA/CPA who worked in corporate finance for 40 years. He now volunteers with VITA to do federal and state tax returns for low- income older adults.

Glenn has a Master‘s Degree in Taxation and was named "Planner of the Year" in 2019 by Massachusetts Financial Planning Assoc.