Alternative Housing Models for Aging in Community [Webinar]
October 21, 2021
October 21st | 2:00-3:30pm Eastern
Alternative Housing Models for Aging in Community
Much like planting a tree, the best time to start planning how you will age in community was 20 years ago.
The second best time is now.
Join us with national expert on aging in community Marianne Kilkenny for a webinar to start exploring your possible life options for the years ahead.
Marianne firmly believes that aging in community presents elders with the best opportunities for embracing our sovereignty as we age and living in a community provides much more resilient housing than attempting to age in place alone.
In this 90-minute webinar, she will guide us through the many housing choices that are available currently for us to age in community and which options are best for different lifestyles and budgets. She will also introduce us to some now possible models for aging in community that hold great promise but are beyond what currently exists.
This presentation will also cover terminology and a variety of options to start your journey including cohousing, shared housing, naturally occurring retirement communities (NORCs), and your own neighborhood.
During this session you will:
- Discover what alternative housing models resonate with you
- Expand your knowledge of the choices that exist
- Start the process of investigating possible life choices for the years ahead
- Choose where and with whom you spend your 2nd and 3rd chapters of life
Meet the Presenter
Marianne is recognized as a national expert in aging in community. She facilitates workshops and training sessions, and webinars for individuals, groups and communities truly interested in designing, developing, and creating their own alternative housing models.
Marianne is a speaker, coach, and “The Grand Nudge” who helps individuals and groups create innovative models for living and aging in community. Here mission is to champion alternative housing choices for older adults who want to experience camraderie, connection and confidence in their later years.
She has been featured on NBC Nightly News, CBS Early Show, ABC News, and NPR, and has been published in The NY Times, AARP Magazine, Marketplace Money, The Washington Post, and other media outlets about the financial, safety and social benefits of alternative housing models. She is also the author of Your Quest for Home: A Guidebook to Find the Ideal Community for Your Later Years, and offers online classes on her book and coaching to take action.
Webinar — Alternative Housing Models for Aging in Community
Date: October 21st
Time: 2:00-3:30pm ET (see your local time)
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