"Helping Aging Parents" Webinar This Friday, January 14

Webinar to Offer Expert Tips and Discussion for Adult Children to Help Their Parents Thrive in the New Year.

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BOSTON - Hebrew SeniorLife will hold a free webinar on Friday, January 14 at 12:30 p.m. ET to provide information for adult children to help their aging parents live their best lives this winter and beyond.

During the educational webinar, Hebrew SeniorLife experts will introduce resources and offer tips to help aging parents maximize physical wellness, social stimulation, and personal fulfillment in 2022. 

Host Amanda Phillips will provide expert advice on how adult children can start an often-challenging conversation with their parents that can range from a discussion to bring supports into the home or to consider senior living as well as other health care options. All registrants will receive a recording of the program, regardless of attendance.

This webinar is timely. After sharing the holidays with family, many adult children have had a chance to spend time and see how their aging relatives are holding up. Isolation, along with uncertainty and a longer pandemic than anyone expected, has been stressful for all of us, especially our seniors. As adult children consider how to help older family members maximize their quality of life this winter, this webinar is designed to help provide suggestions, identify resources, and help just by offering the right questions they should ask.

Registration is open now.

About Hebrew SeniorLife
Hebrew SeniorLife, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, is a national senior services leader uniquely dedicated to rethinking, researching, and redefining the possibilities of aging. Hebrew SeniorLife cares for more than 3,000 seniors a day across six campuses throughout Greater Boston. Our locations include: Hebrew Rehabilitation Center-Boston and Hebrew Rehabilitation Center-NewBridge in Dedham; NewBridge on the Charles, Dedham; Orchard Cove, Canton; Simon C. Fireman Community, Randolph; Center Communities of Brookline, Brookline; and Jack Satter House, Revere. Founded in 1903, Hebrew SeniorLife also conducts influential research into aging at the Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research, which has a portfolio of more than $63 million, making it the largest gerontological research facility in the U.S. in a clinical setting. It also trains more than 1,000 geriatric care providers each year. For more information about Hebrew SeniorLife, visit https://www.hebrewseniorlife.org or follow us on our blog, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.