Chicago Chapter Event
Ageism and Feeling InvisibleTuesday, March 12, 2019
Time: 5:30 pm arrivals/6-7:00 program 7 p.m mingle
Location: 520 South State Street - Level MR
This event is SOLD OUT!
What is ageism? Does ageism impact you personally and professionally? What is the meaning of being “old?”Join us for this highly interactive discussion where we explore our own internalized biases about age, others’ external behaviors, and how myths and stereotypes shape our lives. By sharing truths, vulnerabilities, and experiences, this event is designed to raise your awareness of the “ageless” opportunities available to you in this chapter of life.
Time: 5:30 pm—Arrive and mingle
6:00 pm—Program; 7:00 pm—Mingle
Light refreshments will be served
Parking: Limited street parking. Several parking lots are in the area, with the closest on State and Harrison
*** This event is limited to the first 30 registrants, so don’t delay.***
About your presenters:
Roni Buckley holds a doctorate in Adult Education. Her research explores the correlation between lifelong learning and the vibrant aging of women. She is currently a Core Faculty Member of DePaul's School for New Learning for Mature Students.
Joy Loverde is the author of the best-seller, The Complete Eldercare Planner and Who Will Take Care of Me When I’m Old? Visit her website for more information: www.elderindustry.com