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The Good Life Design Collaborative

Every 2nd Tuesday at 9:00am-10:30am

Next Meeting: Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 9:00am

Details:

Tuesday, September 12
Kate Tamarkin, is the “Musician in Residence” at the UVA Medical Center, and program coordinator for “Music by the Bedside” for Hospice of the Piedmont. She has also served as music director of the Charlottesville Symphony at UVA.  Join her for a discussion of therapeutic music as it relates to healing. The presentation will include a demonstration of the Celtic harp, and musical meditation. 

Tuesday, October 9
Planning a Meaningful, but Cost Effective Funeral
Life Transitions was born out of Rene Sanchez’s frustration in seeing families misinformed and/or misguided by too many funeral providers during their time of grieving.  He can help you plan a cost effective but meaningful funeral for yourself or a loved one.  He is a licensed funeral director and has been in the business for 15 years. 


At The Good Life Design Collaborative, our mission is to make life easier and more fun for people of all ages and abilities by educating, connecting, and inspiring both consumers and service providers. 

We Serve:
  Anyone planning smart ways to live a long and vital life
  People encountering health difficulties and the people who love them and care for them
  Providers of products and services designed to make life better for people encountering health problems
  or frailty

The Good Life Design network is an inter generational collaboration between Seniors and professional caregivers.  Learn more at http://www.GoodLifeDesign.org.  It offers monthly educational speakers and a chance to talk with professionals - from health care to home help to government representatives, to find services and life choices that are right for you.

 

Open to all.

Location:
Senior Center

Contact: Elizabeth Swider at 434-326-5323 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)