April workshop to address age-related concerns

March 23, 2013 by  

The nonprofit group VIEWS is holding a ‘Bridging Life Transitions’ workshop in early April, aimed at assisting older adults on how to deal with transitions that occur in everyday life.

This involves some in-depth conversation to discuss what types of transitions may occur as people age. Poster printing and flyer printing were most likely used to promote this workshop to older people in this community.

Everyday transitions can become harder to deal with as we age, so this session will assist seniors with managing the transitions in an effective manner, with the end result being that the seniors will remain independent and explore new ways of coping with the transitions as they arise.

Discussion will take place on how to use the lifetime strengths and skills the seniors have acquired to help beat the various challenges as they are presented. VIEWS focuses on aiding older adults with navigating challenges and changes through peer support of a confidential nature. Anybody who would like to network with other seniors while learning, is urged to register early to avoid disappointment, as space is somewhat limited.

This is a free session, although registration is required to attend. The ‘Bridging Life Transition’ workshop will be happening on Wednesday, April 3, from 10:00 am to 11:30 am at the Pioneer Community Center located at 615 5th Street in Oregon City, Oregon. To register for this session, or find out more, please phone the Pioneer Community Center at 503-657-8287 during regular business hours.