Monday, November 6, 2:30-4:30
360 Lexington Avenue (40-41st Streets), 3rd floor
New York, NY 10017
As our society ages, there is a growing appreciation and demand for creative programs that engage older adults. Intergenerational programs can be a fun and important part of this process, as it brings together different generations to share experiences and learn from each other through creative experiences.
Lindsay Goldman, LMSW, Director, Healthy Aging, New York Academy of Medicine
Jessica Rodriguez, CaringKind Junior Committee member and family caregiver
Jennie Smith-Peers, Executive Director, National Center for Creative Aging
Light refreshments will be served.