Silver Citizens Social Wellness

2021 SILVER CITIZENS SOCIAL WELLNESS

3rd Annual Veterans Celebration Program

Who:  Older Adults, Veterans, and Non-Paid Caregivers

When:  November 20, 2021

Time:  2:00 – 4:30pm

Where:  Martindale-Brightwood Library, 2434 N. Sherman Dr., 46218

REGISTRATION REQUIRED!  RSVP by November 19, 2021 @ 5:00pm

Click link below to register:

SILVER CITIZENS SOCIAL WELLNESS

Or Call:  Janet @ 317-345-2720

Event Organized & Sponsored by:  Silver Citizens Inc. (We are a 501c3 tax exempt, charitable event).

NO CHILDREN PLEASE!

 

PAST EVENT:
September 2021 2nd Annual Vintage Auto Show

For Older Adults & non-paid Caregivers

Date/Time:  Saturday, September 11, 2021 / 12:00pm to 4:30pm

Location:  Martin University, 2186 N. Sherman Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46218

  • Guests Entertainment & Guest Participation
  • Catered Lunch
  • Door Prizes

 

Click link below to learn more about sponsorship opportunity!

SILVER CITIZENS INC.

Click link below to become a sponsor!

 

SILVER CITIZENS SOCIAL WELLNESS… 

Silver Citizens Social Wellness Program:  To educate, engage and empower older adults and caregivers to participate through the arts and cultural experiences with a network of old and new acquaintances experiencing a similar aging lifestyle journey; in a friendly and safe environment designed for sharing positively uplifting comedy and entertainment.

Our mission is to help combat social isolation and loneliness among under-served older adults, veterans, and unpaid caregivers, where they can be influenced by culture and the arts through social wellness programming.

Silver Citizens Social Wellness Program is the tools to help combat social isolation and loneliness among older adults and family caregivers, as well as to enhance early stage memory loss, and to provides the opportunity for family caregivers and the elderly to get outside the walls of their home to be educated, engaged and empowered to enhance and enrich better quality of life.

Strong relationships are a significant component to improve and extend quality of life.  When laughter is shared people are bound to connect socially.  However, early stages of memory loss participants may not remember the people they meet nor what was said, but they will remember how they felt.

We find that both, family caregivers and elderly loved ones need an opportunity to escape outside the walls of their homes to meet, connect and build relationships with other people and be engaged in socialization and laughter.

 

 

For additional information contact: Janet Y. Mackins at:317-345-2720 or email: silvercitizens.inc@gmail.com

#CaregiversAppreciationMovement!  Combating social isolation and loneliness among family caregivers, which are often overlooked and unnoticed.

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The longer we live; the more important elder care becomes a concern.  But who looks after the caregivers?

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