Insights on Aging—Staying Connected While Waiting for the Sun to Come Out

Speaker: Sharon Dornberg-Lee, LCSW, Clinical Supervisor, Counseling Services

"You cry a little, and then you wait for the sun to come out. It always does." — The Sound of Music

As the months of isolation drag on, it is easy to succumb to despair. But what if, despite the enormity of our current challenges, we choose another way forward, one in which we find ways to connect with others and ourselves even as we shelter in place? This talk will explore why social isolation is so difficult and potentially harmful to our physical and emotional health, and suggest a path forward for staying connected, making new friends, and even developing new interests and creative outlets during this time. Many practical tips and resources will be shared.

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Pride and Resilience: LGBT+ Aging







Bernard Horwich Building-Virtual Zoom Meeting
3003 W Touhy
Chicago, IL 60645
United States

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