Home Fit workshop

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AARP Volunteer Pat Killen
For over half a century, AARP has been the nation’s leading social change organization defending, representing, and advancing the needs and wants of people 50-plus.  Our vision is for a society in which all people live with dignity and purpose, and fulfill their goals and dreams, and Purpose is to empower people to choose how they live as they age. We may be able to assist you by providing a speaker for your next event; this is a free community service offered by AARP.
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Moneta_AARP Virginia will host Home Fit - Secrets to Aging in Place along with a synopsis of Neighbors Helping Neighbors on Wednesday, October 21 from 1:00 until 3:00 pm at Resurrection Catholic Church in Moneta, VA.
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Small changes in your home can make a big difference in your life. They can make your home a space that enables you to thrive as your living situation changes and make life easier for visitors to your home—from grandchildren to adult children and friends. Attend this free workshop to find out how simple changes to your home can create an environment where everyone is welcome, and everyone can flourish.
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Modifying Your Home to Fit Your Changing Life Style
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Is your home fit for a lifetime of living? 89 percent of older adults have told AARP they want to remain in their home and community for as long as possible. Will staying at home be an option for you or your loved one? Whether you provide care for an aging loved one or have questions about future care, join AARP Oregon for Staying at Home, a FREE community workshop coming to a location near you.
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As you age and your body changes, is your home doing the same?
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As you age and your body changes, is your home doing the same?
Will you and your home be a “good fit” as your lifestyle and abilities change?
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If you are l ike most Americans, you want to continue living in your current home and community as long as you can. But are you and your home a “good fit”? Will you be able to enjoy your home and will it continue to meet your needs as your lifestyle and abilities change?
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