Senior Resource & Education Seminars

SOAR and the Aging Network Alliance, in partnership with the Frederick County Public Libraries, will be presenting seven (7) Senior Resource & Education Seminars. As a follow-up to our Senior Resource & Education Fair held in May, we learned that seniors would like to learn more and have the chance to ask questions on a variety of topics. These seminars will be held throughout the county in the various libraries.

Seminars are FREE and registration is NOT required.

These seminars are interactive and time will be allotted for questions.

September 29 – Seminar #1

The following topics will be discussed: Senior Fitness, Home Safety, In-Home Care, Home Health, Frederick Community College – ILR program, Elder Law, Assisted Living, Medicare, Financial, and other resources for seniors.
Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 noon
Location: C. Burr Artz Library, First Floor – Programming Room

October 5 – Seminar #2

The following topics will be discussed: Senior Fitness, Home Safety, In-Home Care, Home Health, Frederick Community College – ILR program, Elder Law, Assisted Living, Brain Health, Medicare, Financial, and other resources for seniors.
Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 noon
Location: Walkersville Public Library, First Floor – Conference room

November 10 – Seminar #3

The following topics will be discussed: Senior Fitness, Home Safety, In-Home Care, Home Health, Frederick Community College -ILR program, Elder Law, Assisted Living, Brain Health, Transportation, Medicare, Financial, and other resources for seniors.
Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 noon
Location: Thurmont Public Library, First Floor – Conference room

November 18 – Seminar #4

The following topics will be discussed: In-Home Home Care, Home Health, Medicare, Transportation, Assisted Living, Elder Law, Financial, and other resources for seniors.
Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 noon
Location: Brunswick Public Library, First Floor – Conference room

 

No seminars will be held in December, January & February
Watch for details about March and April 2023 seminars