Aging in Place Business Network
The mission of the Aging in Place Business Network (AIPBN) is to provide education about local businesses and services that support personal choice and vitality in the second half of life, and to provide a forum to develop relationships with the members of the roundtable who serve in that community.
Meeting time: 9:00-10:00am on the 1st Friday of each month
Location: Fall location to be announced
Attendance policy: Free for Chamber members; $5 for non-members
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January 8: Guest speaker Daniela Pretzer, The Bridgeline
February 5: Guest speaker Ann McKinley, Ann's Kitchen & Bath
March 5: Guest speaker Emily Rosenberger, Alzheimer's Association
April 2: Cognitive Skills: Why They Matter and How Brain Training Can Help – Dargan Coggeshall, LearningRx
May 7: Guest speaker Jacklene Martin, Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital
June 3: Guest speakers Alice Washington, Crescent Halls Tenants Association, and Don Gathers, Public Housing Association of Residents (PHAR)
No monthly meetings July-August
More About AiPBN
The AiPBN is composed of businesses and organizations that provide products or services which enable and support their clients who are choosing to “age in the place of their choice.” The group’s meetings and activities provide opportunities for members that serve the 50+ age market to work together to educate themselves and their clients of the diverse public and private programs and services in our area that may benefit clients, their families and caregivers, and the greater community.
Meetings are structured but are collaborative and informal; they are a place for us to learn from and enjoy the fellowship of each other. Attendees regularly refer clients to each other based on the trust built during these interactions.
AiPBN participants are dedicated to serving their clients, informed about others who serve, and willing to educate others. Therefore they are a rich resource for consumers, caregivers, families, and other service providers.