Programs & Events

Just a few more happenings in the weeks ahead.

Sept 12-14 

Embassy Suites Briercreek

6 - 7:30 pm

Aging Life Care Association Southeast Chapter Conference

Thursday, Sept 12 starting at 2pm - Saturday, Sept 14 NOON. 

https://www.sealca.org/annual-conference/



AUG 6

11:30 am - 

1 pm

Caregivers in the Home: What to Consider When Transitioning to a Community Lauren Maxie from NC Planning will join Carla Payne, CMC of Aging Care Matters and Brad Roland, CSA of Care Patrol to help caretakers and families navigate the care journey for your aging loved one. Please join us on Tuesday, August 6th at 11:30 a.m. at JC Raulston Arboretum to learn about:

- Retirement living options and the difference between them and how to decide what is right for you

- Creating a care plan that is best for your situation

- Why you may need a liaison between family members that is not a family member

- How to plan ahead to pay for care and the benefits that may be available 

Lunch will be served. To register and for more information visit

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/caregivers-in-the-home-what-to-consider-when-transitioning-to-a-community-registration-63072380187

Presented by NC Planning

2nd Mon

Monthly

4:30-6 pm

2019 Memory Cafe hosted by the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 7000 Creedmore Road, Raleigh, NC 27613. RSVP to Ginny Poston at 919-846-7650 or email: [email protected] 


2nd Tuesday

Monthly

9-10 am

Free Hearing Services checking Hearing Aids and Ear Wax Checks

Held at the Lodge 2nd floor Game Room. Sponsored and provided by Wake Audiology and Hearing Aid Associates. 

If not a resident of The Lodge please call the Senior Center to sign up. All Welcome. 

1st Wed Monthly

1 pm 

Parkinson's Support Group
Co-sponsored monthly by the Northern Wake Senior Center, Resources for Seniors and Carillon Assisted Living. Held at the Carillon Assisted Living, Wake Forest

December 5 presentation: Non-Motor Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease