JCC to give tips on aging in place

JCC to give tips on aging in place

The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades presents “Aging in Place,” a program for seniors, on Tuesday, January 17, at 10:30 a.m., at the Englewood Public Library.

Marlene Ceragno, the program and caregiver services coordinator for senior services at the Kaplen JCC, will showcase programs offered at no cost at the JCC’s Senior Activity Center. They include musical performances, lectures, current events and exercise programs, caregiver support groups, and the JCC’s Montessori-inspired Adult Day Program for people with dementia.

Ms. Ceragno also will talk about the JCC’s hot kosher lunch program and its low-cost transportation service from nearby towns.

This program is sponsored by the Englewood Library and Age-Friendly Englewood, a coalition of more than 50 nonprofits, houses of worship, civic organizations, and offices of city government that work together to help older adult residents of Englewood age in place with dignity and independence.

For information, call (201) 410-6645, email agefriendlyenglewood@gmail.com, or go to www.age-friendlyenglewood.org.

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