Jackie Rich, Information Technology Educator for the Dept. of Neighborhood and Community Services tells us how to use technology to address two problems associated with social distancing: Staying active and interested, and staying social.
Kathie West and Michelle Blandburg are members of the Olli Players, a theater group affiliated with George Mason University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. They discuss the group’s activities and highlight some upcoming programs – High Tea with History and their latest performance, Sherlock Bones Solves the Unfortunate Demise of Elvis.
On this edition, host Jim Person talks with Don Ryan, a Healthy Homes Consultant, with Rebuilding Together Arlington/Fairfax/FallsChurch. He’s been working with Rebuilding Together to help make high-risk homes safe and healthy at no charge to low and moderate-income homeowners.
On this edition, host Jim Person talks with Allison Fitch of the county’s Adult Protective Services. Allison is going to tell us about a county task force to protect older adults from various forms of financial exploitation.
host Jeremy Lasich talks with Karen Stevens, Health and Medical Program specialist with Fairfax Public Schools' Adult and Community Education or ACE program, about offerings for the 50 plus community in its 2018 Winter Session.
host Jim Person talks with Ray Berry, president of Olli-Mason, and Michelle Blandburg, the group’s treasurer, about a local learning program designed for retirees -- the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at George Mason University. It offers a huge variety of courses and requires no homework, no exams, and no college degrees.