Facilitators Kate Maley, AM, LSW
This is a zoom program and requires advanced screening and registration.
Program requires advanced screening and registration.
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Adults who live alone, do not have spouses, partners, or children, and do not have other family actively involved in their lives (sometimes referred to as “solo agers”) make up about 12% of people aged 50 and older in the United States, according to AARP. While aging alone comes with certain challenges, evidence also suggests that there is hope. Feeling connected with others can improve physical, emotional, and mental health. This support group offers a space for solo agers to join together to discuss openly their experiences with aging alone and to forge new connections.
Bernard Horwich Building-Virtual Event
3003 Touhy Ave.
Chicago, IL 60645