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Senior Week
Events and Fair For Those Who Care
June 25- June 27, 2013

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fairSenior Fair
Tuesday, June 25 10am-3pm in the Founders Room
Exhibits and displays from groups of interest to seniors and caregivers
List of Participants

resourcesKnow Your Community Resources
for Help as You Age
Tuesday, June 25, 7pm–9pm in the Founders Room
Seniors Resource Forum Discussion
moderator Carolyn Rosenblatt, RN, Attorney, Mediator

(followed by one-on-one 20 minute consultation with panelists)
This nonprofit organization consists of 7 expert volunteers from different fields. Panelists include: Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist,, Suzanne Schneider, Schneider Insurance Services, Greg Tull, CFA, Meritas Advisors, LLC, Terri Abelar, CEO, Aging Solutions, Vicki Clarke, Private Fiduciary, Financial Caregiving, Clyde H. Charlton, Attorney, Elder Law & Estate Planning
Their mission is empowerment through education. they offer an overview of how
to get help in Marin with age-related issues. Topics will include:
* Care Management professionals: what they do and why you might need one
* Mental wellness: how to maintain it as you age and what to do when
emotions overwhelm you.
* In-home care: costs, how to find it, and the safest ways to get it
* Legal matters/estate planning: what basics everyone needs and how to
make the best use of elder law attorneys
* Family conflicts: what to do when family warfare interferes
with your peace of mind
* Handling money: what to do if you can't do it yourself and you have no
family to trust with your finances
Seniors Resources Forum Web Site:



yogaLaughter is the Best Medicine-Laughing Yoga
Wednesday, June 26 10am-12pm
in the Founders Room
(Recreation Department Showcase Class),
led by Deb Reid,

Certified Meditation and Yoga Alliance Teacher, Laughter Yoga Teacher and Somatic Yoga Therapist.  Visit the Library for a free sample of one of the Recreation Department’s newest classes and discover why thousands of people in over 68 countries around the world are laughing their way to reduced stress, increased health and renewed joy. Deb Reid facilitates classes for seniors, women in addiction recovery and the general public. 
Belvedere Tiburon Recreation Department Web Site:

housingAlternatives in Housing 
Wednesday, June 26, 2pm-4pm
in the Founders Room
Leslie Klor, Director of Shared Housing,
Senior Services, Episcopal Senior Communities

Allan Bortel, Tiburon Peninsula Village

Looking for housing options for yourself, a relative or friend?  Are you interested in the Village model of aging in place with help from a community of local volunteers and members?  Join us for a conversation about senior living options.
Whistlestop Web Site:
Tiburon Peninsula Village Web Site:

harrisVitamins and Hormones: Myths and Facts
Wednesday, June 26, 7:30pm–9pm
in the Founders Room
Dr. Steven Harris , Professor UCSF
Endocrinology & Metabolism

Dr. Harris will share information about vitamin myths and facts, and answer questions related to hormones and osteoporosis.


brainBrain Fitness Part 2: Fun & Games
Thursday, June 27, 10am-12pm in the Founders Room
Robert Nations Co-Sponsored by Senior Access

Robert Nations is a board member of Senior Access, Marin’s favorite social club for folks with memory loss, and is the Northern California Affiliate of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.  Attendees of our Brain Fitness workshop in March had so much fun that we’ve invited Bob Nations back for a new session.
Senior Access Web Site:

transportationNew Transit Solutions for Seniors
Thursday, June 27, 2pm- 4pm in the Founders Room
Melody Reebs, Transit Planner for Marin Transit
Jon Gaffney, Mobility Management Specialist
Do you know about the new Catch-A-Ride program for Marin seniors?  Please join us for a presentation from Marin Transit about this and other developments in improved mobility for Southern Marin. 
Marin Transit Web Site:

melovExercise and Aging: A Scientific Update from the Frontlines
Thursday, June 27, 7:30-9pm in the Founders Room
with Dr. Simon Melov, Buck Institute
for Research on Aging

Aging is an increasingly important problem in the developed
world, with the maturation of the baby boomers, and the increased health care burden this represents. Although growing old is still inevitable, recent research has demonstrated that lifespan can be extended in simple model organisms through genetic and pharmacological approaches. Translating these basic discoveries to human beings has proven problematic, the so called "translational gap". What can be done to combat the functional decline with age which is a universal experience? Exercise is a proven therapy for combating many of the functional deficits seen with age, and Dr. Melov will discuss some of the research in this area, as well as illustrate some of the conceptual and practical difficulties in studying the biology of aging.

Buck Institute for Research on Aging Web Site: