“Live Well, Age Well” Education Series with Norwell Senior Center

Live Well, Age Well
Education Series with Norwell Council on Aging

None of us can escape aging, but the choices we make throughout life can influence how well we live as we age. The Norwell Council on Aging is excited to begin the “Live Well, Age Well” initiative, offering a broad range of classes and programs that encourage living and aging well in our community.

Do you have older parents and are concerned about their well-being as they age? Are you an older adult who is faced with or putting off important life decisions? Are you a solo ager or have no family nearby and wondering how to plan for your future? If you answered yes to any of these, please join us for this exciting 5-part education series on Tuesday nights. See the flyer below for topic details.

All sessions will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be held in the meeting room at the beautiful new Norwell Public Library, located at 64 South St. This program is open to adults of any age, as well as out-of-town guests. To sign up, please call the Norwell Council on Aging office (not our office!) at 781-659-7878 or online by clicking HERE. Transportation can be coordinated for Norwell residents. Please note that masks are required for all attendees.

The Norwell Senior Center thanks its community partners First Parish of Norwell and United Church of Christ and the Norwell Public Library for hosting this series.

Yours truly will be presenting with the October 19 panel! We look forward to seeing you!