AT HOME IN DARIEN ANNUAL MEETING
Thursday, December 6, 2018, 11:00am at The Darien Library Community Room, 1441 Post Road
Join us for refreshments and learn more about how we meet the needs of seniors in Darien. Featuring Dr. Michael Ego, University of Connecticut Professor of Human Development & Family Studies, discussing the importance of aging-in-place organizations effecting inter-generational communities. Michael Ego, Ph.D, has been a tenured Professor of Human Development and Family Studies and Asian and Asian American Studies at the University of Connecticut (Stamford and Storrs), with status as undergraduate and graduate faculty from 2005 to present. His current research is focused on persons with dementia, with special emphasis on measuring their quality of life based upon interventions related to sports memories. RSVP by November 30th 203.655.2227 or Info@AtHomeInDarien.org.
AT HOME IN DARIEN 9TH ANNUAL LUNCHEON
On Tuesday, October 16th, Darien seniors enjoyed the ninth Annual Luncheon for At Home In Darien. The free presentation and lunch was held at, and in partnership with, The Darien Community Association.
First Selectman Jayme Stevenson proclaimed October 16, 2018 as “At Home In Darien Day” at the Annual Luncheon. Speaking to a room full of seniors, Stevenson recognized At Home In Darien for its service to the community and all it does to help keep seniors active and engaged.
Dr. Mark Lachs. M.D. M.P.H., was the guest speaker and discussed Secrets of Successful Aging. He spoke about the physiological changes that occur when we age and how to delay physical decline.
For a summary of the presentation, including the seven secrets Dr. Lachs shared, and information about Dr. Lachs, please click here.