Relating to Aging Friends Workshop
We all age -- but we don't talk about it a lot. Adult brains change with aging -- and often our customary ways of relating do not work well any more. Sometimes it is family members or those closest to us where it is most difficult to recognize these changes. We keep relating to each other, often without noticing how another's life has changed. Or, if we notice, we don't know what to do about it. As those in our Meetings age, it is important for all of us to be aware of these challenges and be prepared to respond differently.
Stacey Young, Director of the Lifestyle programs and the Center of Excellence in Dementia Care at Broadmead, is providing a workshop for Friends about how adult brains change and how to relate to that. She will give examples and be available for questions.
Baltimore Yearly Meeting thanks Stony Run Meeting for paying for this workshop, which is open to all. Please invite your Meeting members, especially clerks and committee members. If you sign up in advance, you will be sent a Zoom link. at around 5:00pm on Friday, March 12.