‘Aging in Place’ Topic of Missoula Lecture
Older adults are choosing to stay at home as they age. Tips on that decision will be presented at lecture in Missoula Wednesday evening.
The public is invited to “Aging in Place: Rethinking Solutions to Staying Home as We Age” by Louis Tenenbaum at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Hilton Garden Inn, 3720 North Reserve Street and is part of the Montana Gerontology Society’s annual conference.
Tenenbaum is a former carpenter and contractor who helps businesses, nonprofits and communities understand and promote aging in place.
Tenenbaum is part of the two-day conference “Foundations for Successful Aging” which is open to older adults, caregivers and professional who serve older adults. All sessions will be at the Hilton Garden Inn and registration fees range from $40 to $180, depending on membership and the number of sessions you’d want to attend.
The registration online is at their website.