Smart Aging in the 21st Century (Zoom Only)

OSH 516 / Non Credit
Course taught in: English

Course Description: A comprehensive overview that will be a “how to” on the creation of a “living well” plan of all that one needs to know to manage their aging or their loved-one’s aging. Topics will be tailored to the interests of the class. Senior expert Corrine Markey will guide you through the maze of preparing to manage your and/or your family’s life going forward. The “My Personal Record” workbook will be provided for each attendee.

Weekly Topics:

Week 1 Introduction to the issues that baby boomers should consider as they help themselves and their loved-ones age well.

Week 2 Aging in place and elsewhere: conducting a home evaluation, managing the household, caregiving options, managing paperwork, hoarding, and driving.

Week 3 Secure daily living, including: securing telephone, email, and mail; Identity theft, scams and fraud schemes.

Week 4 Healthy living: meal preparation and eating, exercise for body and brain, tech tools for living.

Week 5 Items for a plan include: finding patient advocates, ensuring representatives, family and friends, are part of the planning process; completing workbook.

Week 6 Reviewing workbook: discussing your wishes and expectations with family.


Instructor:  Ms. Corrine Markey


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This course is available as part of the following:

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Courses
These courses are available either in-person and via Zoom (hybrid), in-person only or via Zoom only. Please note the modality of each class. Membership is required.

OLLI 2021-2022 Membership is required to take this course and will be added to your cart upon enrollment. If you already have purchased a membership, you will not be charged for this membership.
OLLI 2021-2022 Membership Added to cart upon enrollment.
Starts: 8/1/2021 Ends: 7/31/2022