We are a membership organization that helps people during their second half of life.
We formed in May 2008 after participating in a WEDU-TV broadcast and town hall meeting entitled: “Thou Shalt Honor-A Caregiver Crisis in America”. We realized the need for older Americans, their care givers and loved ones to connect with agencies and professionals in our community.
Our membership spans all areas of aging in America–from employment, housing, retirement, financial, legal, governmental agencies/benefits, logistical, transportation, health, wellness, recreation, security, care giving, legacy, and final expenses.
All of our members are licensed in their respective disciplines.
We provide free educational events that focus on topics and resources in the community which serve the needs of people over the age of 50.
Our events are educational in nature. They are free to attend. Nothing is sold at our events. No pressure is applied. We want you to know the resources available to age well and live longer with peace of mind. Typical free events include:
- Lunch and Learn workshops
- Health fairs
- Round table discussions
- Town hall meetings
- Charitable & social events
- Sponsorship opportunities
- Our members meet monthly for networking and educational breakfasts.
- Select members are available as key note speakers for civic and social groups.
For more information about us or to become a member, please complete the contact us form. We will not sell or share your information.