Community, Connection and Consciousness

In this changing world, the aging experience is changing too. With change comes new opportunities to think and do things differently. One of the most exciting things about Elders Action Network is the opportunity we have to come together to learn from each other  and gain appreciation for this  new development phase of our life. In this way we build connections and find support as we explore what it means to be an elder taking action 

Join us as we continue to build a collective sense of community exploring issues related to being an elder through dialog and sharing.

Welcome to Elders Action Network

Friday, December 1
10:00 am PT / 1:00 pm ET

This one hour gathering for new members of Elders Action Network (EAN) will be an in-depth introduction to the different areas of our Elder Action Groups and an opportunity to meet other Elders and EAN volunteer leaders, ask questions and determine how you might like to get involved.

The Empowered Elder

Monday, November 20
9:00 am PT / 12:00 pm ET

In this hour long webinar we will explore the question “How do we consciously step into our roles as elders?” You will join with others to explore ways we can all be in the world as elders in service to life. During this webinar you will also learn about what it means to be an Empowered Elder and an upcoming EAN workshop.

Building Community: Having Real Conversations

Look for upcoming date for January 2024

Good questions build good conversations, and good conversations build community. As elders we want to have real conversations with others, but how do  we do that when everything feels  so polarized? Join us for a glimpse into why conversations get derailed and then experience for yourself what a difference a Living Room Conversation can make!

Let’s Talk About It: “The New Age of Aging”

Look for upcoming date for January 2024

Age Wave, one of the nation’s foremost thought leaders on the implications of aging just released a landmark study on aging. What is old? What are we doing right? What are we doing wrong? Join us in a robust conversation about this recent survey as we unpack what it means to be a modern elder.

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