14 Corporate Woods Blvd. Suite 102 Albany, NY 12211-2523 Phone: (518) 434-2140
Founded in 1852, Albany Guardian Society, located in Albany, New York, is one of the region’s oldest charitable foundations. Its mission is to engage in a wide range of endeavors including education, research, information, and community engagement that will improve the quality of life for seniors, their families and caregivers.
Since 2000, Albany Guardian Society (AGS) has been partnering and coordinating with numerous community organizations and agencies to offer community forums, programs, and resources that improve the lives of seniors, their family and caregivers. These forums have national and regional speakers in the field of aging. Some of the topics have included, aging-in-place, care coordination, caregiver support, positive approaches to demenita care, hoarding, and understanding Medicare.
Capital District Senior Issues Forum & Albany Guardian Socierty invite you to:
Speedbumps & Potholes: Aging Defensively
Wednesday, July 10, 20199:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church440 Whitehall Rd.Albany, NY
This forum will explore ways to help navigate the journey into our later years. Panels on how faith communities can help support their members as they make decisions about where to live, deal with financial and legal issues associted with aging, and caregiving.
There is no charge for this event but registration is required. To register, please call Albany Guardian Society at 518-434-2140 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.