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TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR HEALTH - Free 6 Week Program Hosted by Princeton Senior Resource Center and Robert Wood Johnson Hamilton Community Education

10/05/2010

The Princeton Senior Resource Center, in collaboration with Robert Wood Johnson Hamilton Community Education, is offering a free six week interactive program that teaches skills needed for the daily management of chronic conditions.  The course covers information and techniques on topics such as managing symptoms, communicating with healthcare professionals, fighting fatigue, and generally getting more out of life. 

 

Shirley Roberts, Community Health Educator at RWJ Hamilton, notes that “so many people are living long lives with chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and asthma.  It is important to discover strategies that can help you make the most of life. Often the best people to talk to are others managing similar challenges.”    This program was designed by Stanford University and has been conducted throughout the United States.  Susan Hoskins, Executive Director of PSRC adds, “attending this program can be very informative for both people living with chronic disease and their caregivers.  Both can learn strategies for advocacy and health promotion.” 

 

The course will be held at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, Suzanne Patterson Building, 45 Stockton St., Princeton, NJ on Mondays starting October 18 from 1 to 3:30pm.  Please call 924-7108 to register.  Space is limited.  For questions about the program, call Shirley Roberts at 609-631-6819. All are welcome.  There is no cost. 

Valid from 10/05/2010 to 11/30/2010

 

Princeton Health Department Teams up with Princeton Senior Resource Center to Protect Princeton from Flu

09/30/2014

The Princeton Health Department and the Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) are teaming up to ensure that everyone in Princeton receives a flu shot and brings immunity to the community.

On Tuesday, October 21st, the Princeton Flu Clinic will be held at the Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) (Suzanne Paterson Building - 45 Stockton Street) from 1 p.m. - 7 p.m.  Concurrently, the annual PSRC health fair will be held 1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.  There will be plenty of educational material for residents to gather, as well as nurses and pharmacists on site if anyone has specific questions.  A makeup flu vaccination clinic will be held on Wednesday, October 29 from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the Monument Hall Building - One Monument Drive, Princeton, NJ. 

“Princeton’s Flu Clinic and Health Fair provides an important opportunity for our community get protected from this year’s strains of flu,” said Jeff Grosser, Princeton Health Officer. "Getting vaccinated is the single best way for people to protect not only themselves against flu, but their loved ones as well."

No out of pocket costs are associated with the flu vaccine if you are covered by the following insurances:  Medicare-Part B, Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal, United Healthcare Insurance Co., Horizon NJ Direct, CVS Caremark, Oxford (UHC), AmeriHealth, Tricare, Aetna or Cigna.  Anyone covered by a different health insurance can contact the Princeton Health Department to determine eligibility. 

Other vaccinations also available at this year’s flu clinic including the pneumococcal, Tdap, and shingles vaccine(s).  These ancillary vaccines may require out of pocket cost depending on your insurance, please contact the Princeton Health Department for more information and on how to obtain and complete a consent form prior to the clinic. 

For more information please contact the Princeton Health Department at 609-497-7610.

 

Valid from 09/30/2014 to 10/30/2014

 

Don’t Get the Flu – Get the Shot: Princeton Health Department Teams up with Princeton Senior Resource Center to Protect Princeton from Flu

09/28/2015

The Princeton Health Department and the Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) are teaming up to ensure that everyone in Princeton receives a flu shot and brings immunity to the community.

On Tuesday, October 13th, the Princeton Flu Clinic will be held at the Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) (Suzanne Paterson Building - 45 Stockton Street) from 1 - 7 p.m.  Concurrently, the annual PSRC health fair will be held 1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.  There will be plenty of educational material for residents to gather, as well as nurses and pharmacists on site if anyone has specific questions.  A makeup flu vaccination clinic will be held on Wednesday, October 28th from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Monument Hall Building - One Monument Drive, Princeton, NJ.  Additional flu clinic dates for November and December will be posted shortly.

“Princeton’s Flu Clinic and Health Fair provides an important opportunity for our community to get protected from this year’s strains of flu while educating themselves on how to avoid other illness and disease as well,” said Jeff Grosser, Princeton Health Officer.

No out of pocket costs are associated with the flu vaccine if you are covered by the following insurances:  Medicare-Part B, Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal, United Healthcare Insurance Co., Horizon NJ Direct, CVS Caremark, Oxford (UHC), AmeriHealth, Tricare, Aetna or Cigna.  Anyone covered by a different health insurance can contact the Princeton Health Department to determine eligibility.  Other vaccinations also available at this year’s flu clinic including pneumococcal and Tdap vaccine(s). 

 

• Pneumococcal Vaccine – Recommended for all adults 65 Years or older (Speak to your doctor regarding this vaccine, especially if you have had pneumonia before, or have had the vaccine before)

• Tdap Vaccine – Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis – Booster recommended every 10 Years

 

Walk-ins are welcome but we are urging anyone planning on attending the clinic to make an appointment with Mauri at PSRC by calling 924-7108.  Please complete a consent form and bring it to the clinic.   Consent forms can be found here:  http://www.princetonnj.gov/health/2015-2016-Screening-Questionnaire-Consent.pdf

Valid from 09/28/2015 to 10/29/2015

 

Princeton Senior Resource Center Offers Engaged Retirement Workshop February 13 – March 13

01/19/2010

Princeton Senior Resource Center is offering Engaged Retirement Workshop, a multi-session retirement planning course to help people who are approaching retirement make the most of this next stage of life. The leading edge of the Boomer generation is now reaching retirement age.  Other older workers are facing the distinct possibility, if not the reality, of an involuntary retirement, and need to find a new, and hopefully fulfilling, career or part time work.   Many programs are available on financial planning for retirement, but there are few resources available to help retirees deal with the lifestyle and emotional issues associated with this major change in one’s life.
One issue that many retirees face is a loss of identity.  Who am I if I am no longer an executive, manager, teacher, accountant, doctor, professor? When a person is psychologically invested in his or her career, leaving that career can become very traumatic.  Also, some people have been so involved in their work that they have had no time to develop other interests or hobbies, and so, when they retire, have nothing to occupy their time. This can lead to depression, a major mental health problem for older people.
 
In this workshop, participants learn how to successfully navigate a major life change, and how to create new goals and plans.  It emphasizes ways that volunteering can give great satisfaction and fulfill many goals.  Participants will explore their attitudes about change, discover their individual interests and strengths, explore options, and develop a personal plan. The workshop includes a power point presentation, handouts, participant worksheets and  brief lectures, as well as time for sharing personal experience.
 
This five-session program will help attendees explore their options for this stage of life, identify their hopes and dreams, and develop a plan for achieving those dreams.  The sessions will be held on Saturdays 9:30 – 11:30, starting February 13.
Cost for all five sessions and course materials is $95, $160 for couples.
 
All sessions will be held at the Suzanne Patterson Building behind the Princeton Borough Hall. To register, call the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108
 
Led by Carol King, Certified Retirement Coach.
For more information, contact Carol King at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108 or  Cking@princetonsenior.org.
 
Session 1: Exploring your attitudes and feelings about, work, aging, managing transitions and retirement.
Session 2: Self discovery: exploring your passions and purpose, strengths, gifts, talents, assets and experiences.
Session 3: Possibilities: How do you spend your time vs. how would you like to spend your time?
Session 4: Turning dreams into goals; developing an action plan to achieve those goals.
Session 5: Putting all the pieces together and wrapping it up

Background
The Engaged Retirement & Encore Careers sm programs are focused on employees in the 55-70 age cohorts.  The program offers a broad overview of the various aspects of retirement or major life change.  The Center for Engaged Retirement & Encore Careerssm is funded by support from the Princeton Area Community Foundation. 
 

The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) empowers adults 55 and older in the diverse Princeton community to make informed choices and live healthy lives.  PSRC offers affordable services, programs, and opportunities that support, educate and engage older individuals, their families and caregivers.  PSRC is a non-governmental, independent, 501(c)(3) organization.
 
For more information, contact Carol King or Susan Hoskins at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108, or email at info@princetonsenior.org

 
The Princeton Senior Resource Center
45 Stockton Street · Princeton · NJ · 08540
(609) 924 7108
 

 

Valid from 01/25/2010 to 03/14/2010

 

Princeton Senior Resource Center and Princeton Public Library Announce Engaged Retirement Speaker Series for 2010

12/23/2009

The Princeton Senior Resource Center and Princeton Public Library offers a monthly speaker series for people thinking about retiring or making a major life change.  The series, a part of the Princeton Senior Resource Center’s Engaged Retirementsm program, will present speakers on a variety of topics such as financial planning, legal matters, moving and downsizing, volunteering, family relationships and healthy aging. All programs are held at the Princeton Public Library, 7 pm. 

The next speaker will be Shikha Mittra on January  14.
 
Miss Mittra will speak on  Retirement and Estate Planning Strategies in this Market.  Topics will include retirement planning strategies, IRAs vs. 401K, pros and cons of Roth IRAs; whether you should convert to Roth IRA, and estate planning ideas for the affluent . 
 
Shikha Mittra is president of Asna Retiresmart Consulting, LLC.  Shikha has over fifteen years of industry experience including developing financial plans for CEOs, presidents, top level executives of various public and private sectors, family owned businesses, physicians, dentists including women professionals.   She has worked for major financial planning firms like American Express Financial Advisors Inc. and  Merrill Lynch. She was rated among top financial planners in 2007, 2008 and 2009. She has the following education and certifications:
*Certified Financial Planner (CFP ™)
*Chartered Mutual Fund Counselor (CMFC ™)
*Chartered Retirement Plan Specialist (CRPS ™)
*Masters of Business Administration (MBA)

Board Member of Financial Planning Association of the New Jersey Chapter
Member of Advisory Board of Journal of Financial Planning
Board Member  of Garden State Cultural Association
Adjunct Professor of Finance at Rutgers University, NJ

ASNA RETIRESMART CONSULTING, LLC.  is a fee only, wealth management and financial consulting firm offering wealth management and comprehensive financial planning services to help clients make S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Reliable, Timely) choices with their financial matters specially related to their investment portfolios, retirement & estate.  Asna does not sell any products thus eliminating any conflicts of interest. The firm is registered as an Investment Adviser with the Bureau of Securities under the New Jersey Uniform Securities Law (1977) and Regulations.


ASNA Retiresmart Consulting LLC.
103 Carnegie Center, Suite 300
Princeton,NJ 08540
609-799-6343
 
OTHER SPEAKERS 
in the Engaged Retirementsm speaker series include:
Feb 11: What do I need to know about Social Security?  Jim Herbert, Social Security Administration
March 11 What do I need to know about Medicare? Deborah Breslin, Program Director, State Health Insurance Program
April 8  Wills and Estate Planning  William Isele, Attorney, Archer & Greiner
May 13 Caring for Older Parents Susan Hoskins, LCSW, Director Princeton Senior Resource Center
June 10 Wellness for Retirement Fay Reiter, Professional Wellness Coach           
 
 
Background
The Engaged Retirementsm programs are focused on employees in the 55-70 age cohorts.  The program offers a broad overview of the various aspects of retirement or major life change.  Engaged Retirementsm  is funded by support from the Princeton Area Community Foundation. 
 

The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) empowers adults 55 and older in the diverse Princeton community to make informed choices and live healthy lives.  PSRC offers affordable services, programs, and opportunities that support, educate and engage older individuals, their families and caregivers.  PSRC is a non-governmental, independent, 501(c)(3) organization.
 
For more information, contact Carol King or Susan Hoskins at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108, or email at info@princetonsenior.org

 
The Princeton Senior Resource Center
45 Stockton Street · Princeton · NJ · 08540
(609) 924 7108
 

 

Valid from 12/23/2009 to 06/15/2010

 

Project Re-employment After 50 Offered at Princeton Senior Resource Center

12/23/2009

Project Re-Employment is a program for  individuals at least 50 years old who have never been employed outside the home or who are returning to employment after a hiatus.  This four-part workshop is designed to improve job search skills, build confidence, manage stress and help participants enter or reenter the work force as efficiently and as quickly as possible. Facilitators, Linda F. Meisel and Debra H. Levenstein will teach skills and tools for navigating the changing tide of employment, including self assessment, writing resumes and cover letters, networking, and interviewing.
 
Four sessions are scheduled for  January 11, 13, 20 & 25 from  9:30 - 11:30 at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton Street, Princeton..  Cost: is $20.  Financial assistance available.  To register, call 924-7108.  This program is a joint offering from  Jewish Family & Children's Service of Mercer County  and the Engaged Retirementsm program of the Princeton Senior Resource Center. For more information about the program, call Debra Levenstein at 609-987-8100.
 
Background
The current economic down turn has hit older individuals expecially hard.  Pensions have vanished or been cut.  Retirement investments have lost significant value, and dividend income is reduced or lost when companies have shut their doors. Many retirees are looking to go back to work to replace lost income and rebuild their savings. Other older workers who have lost jobs are starting to take social security early, reducing the amount of monthly income they will get in future years. This course seeks to help people who have not made a job search in many years, if ever.
 
 
Presenter Bios:
Linda Meisel, LCSW has been the Executive Director of Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County for the past 12 years.  For the prior 10 years, she was the Executive Director of Corner House Counseling Center.  She has served on the Board of the Jewish Center of Princeton, Princeton Young Achievers and the Princeton Nursery School.  Ms. Meisel has conducted numerous workshops on employment issues.  She received her MSW from the Graduate School of Social Work at Rutgers.
 
Debra Horrow Levenstein, MA has been the Director of Prevention and Support Services of Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County since January 2002.  She worked in social service for eight years in Minneapolis, MN before returning to NJ.  Among her many responsibilities at JFCS, Ms. Levenstein has supervised the curriculum and facilitators of Project Reemployment for the past seven years.  She received her MA in New York.
 
Sponsoring Organizations
Jewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Mercer County is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community service agency that strengthens individuals and families by empowering people to care for themselves and others. This is accomplished through a wide range of high quality social services and programs
 
The Engaged Retirementsm programs are focused on individuals in the 55-70 age cohorts.  The program offers a broad overview of the various aspects of retirement or major life change.  Engaged Retirementsm is funded by support from the Princeton Area Community Foundation. 
 

The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) empowers adults 55 and older in the diverse Princeton community to make informed choices and live healthy lives.  PSRC offers affordable services, programs, and opportunities that support, educate and engage older individuals, their families and caregivers.  PSRC is a non-governmental, independent, 501(c)(3) organization.
 
For more information about Engaged Retirementsm programs, contact Carol King or Susan Hoskins at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108, or email at info@princetonsenior.org

 
The Princeton Senior Resource Center
45 Stockton Street · Princeton · NJ · 08540
(609) 924 7108
 
 


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Valid from 12/23/2009 to 02/15/2010

 

Project Re-Employment After 50 Program at Princeton Senior Resource Center

03/19/2010

Project Re-employment After 50 offered at Princeton Senior Resource Center
 
Project Re-Employment is a program for  individuals at least 50 years old who have never been employed outside the home or who are returning to employment after a hiatus.  This four-part workshop is designed to improve job search skills, build confidence, manage stress and help participants enter or reenter the work force as efficiently and as quickly as possible. Facilitators Linda F. Meisel and Debra H. Levenstein will teach skills and tools for navigating the changing tide of employment, including self assessment, writing resumes and cover letters, networking, and interviewing.
 
Four sessions are scheduled for  April 7, 14, 21 and 28 from  9:30 - 11:30am at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton Street, Princeton.  Cost for the series  is $20.  Financial assistance is available.  To register, call 924-7108.  This program is a joint offering from  Jewish Family & Children's Service of Mercer County  and the Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers Center of the Princeton Senior Resource Center.  For more information about the program, call Debra Levenstein at 609-987-8100.
 
Background
The current economic down turn has hit older individuals especially hard.  Pensions have vanished or been cut.  Retirement investments have lost significant value, and dividend income is reduced or lost when companies have shut their doors. Many retirees are looking to go back to work to replace lost income and rebuild their savings. Other older workers who have lost jobs are starting to take social security early, reducing the amount of monthly income they will get in futureyears. This course seeks to help people who have not made a job search in many years, if ever.
 

Presenter Bios:
Linda Meisel, LCSW has been the Executive Director of Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County for the past 12 years.  For the prior 10 years, she was the Executive Director of Corner House Counseling Center.  She has served on the Board of the Jewish Center of Princeton, Princeton Young Achievers and the Princeton Nursery School.  Ms. Meisel has conducted numerous workshops on employment issues.  She received her MSW from the Graduate School of Social Work at Rutgers.
 
Debra Horrow Levenstein, MA has been the Director of Prevention and Support Services of Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County since January 2002.  She worked in social service for eight years in Minneapolis, MN before returning to NJ.  Among her many responsibilities at JFCS, Ms. Levenstein has supervised the curriculum and facilitators of Project Reemployment for the past seven years.  She received her MA in New York.
 
Sponsoring Organizations
Jewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Mercer County is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community service agency that strengthens individuals and families by empowering people to care for themselves and others. This is accomplished through a wide range of high quality social services and programs
 
The Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers programs are focused on individuals in the 55-70 age cohorts.  The program offers a broad overview of the various aspects of retirement or major life change.  Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers programs are  funded by support from the Princeton Area Community Foundation. 
 

The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) empowers adults 55 and older in the diverse Princeton community to make informed choices and live healthy lives.  PSRC offers affordable services, programs, and opportunities that support, educate and engage older individuals, their families and caregivers.  PSRC is a non-governmental, independent, 501(c)(3) organization.
 
For more information about Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers programs, contact Carol King or Susan Hoskins at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108, or email at info@princetonsenior.org

 
The Princeton Senior Resource Center
45 Stockton Street · Princeton · NJ · 08540
(609) 924 7108

www.princetonsenior.org

 
 

Valid from 03/19/2010 to 04/29/2010

 

Two Courses Offered by Princeton Senior Resource Center & Isles Inc.

03/23/2010

  Are You Ready for Business? course offered by Isles and the Engaged Retirement Program of the Princeton Senior Resource Center

Isles is offering two Are You Ready for Business? sessions on Tuesday, April 13 & 20 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The sessions will be held at the Princeton Senior Resource Center’s Suzanne Patterson Building, 45 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ 08540.
Are You Ready for Business? is a free, 1.5 hour session that explores self-employment and business readiness. This session will help you determine whether going into business is right for you and how Isles’ business plan course, Build Your Own Business, may help.


Build Your Own Business is a 10-week business plan development course starting April 27. The course teaches core business concepts including market research, understanding financial statements, marketing, using credit, product development, record-keeping, and goal setting, etc. —  all the basic skills that you need in order to develop a comprehensive, yet understandable business plan.  People who successfully complete the Build Your Own Business course are eligible to apply for a micro loan to start up their business. Attendance at one Are You Ready for Business? session is required in order to register for the Build Your Own Business course. Cost is on a sliding scale, based on income.
Although Build Your Own Business is open to anyone, self-employment is an increasingly popular option among older workers and retirees.  The Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers program of the Princeton Senior Resource Center is pleased to partner with Isles Inc. to offer this program to older workers and retirees in the Princeton area.
Are You Ready for Business? Tuesday, April 13 & 20 6:00p-7:30p

Suzanne Patterson Building, 45 Stockton Street. Princeton NJ 08540

To register for one of the Are You Ready for Business sessions, call Norma Diaz: 609.341.4791.  For more information about the course, call Joe Shure at 609-558-7956.
Background
Founded in 1981 by a few students and faculty of Princeton University, Isles is an award-winning nonprofit community development and environmental organization with a mission to foster more self-reliant families in healthy, sustainable communities.

The Engaged Retirementsm  & Encore Careers programs are focused on employees in the 55-70 age cohorts.  The program offers a broad overview of the various aspects of retirement or major life change.  Engaged Retirementsm is funded by support from the Princeton Area Community Foundation.  
 
The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) empowers adults 55 and older in the diverse Princeton community to make informed choices and live healthy lives.  PSRC offers affordable services, programs, and opportunities that support, educate and engage older individuals, their families and caregivers.  PSRC is a non-governmental, independent, 501(c)(3) organization.

For more information, about
Engaged Retirementsm programs, contact Carol King or Susan Hoskins at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108, or email at info@princetonsenior.org

The Princeton Senior Resource Center
45 Stockton Street · Princeton · NJ · 08540
(609) 924 7108
www.princetonsenior.org <http://www.princetonsenior.org>
info@princetonsenior

Valid from 03/23/2010 to 04/23/2010

 

It's All About Money - Weekly Financial Discussion at Princeton Senior Resource Center

04/16/2012

May 9  and continuing weekly until June 6 
 It's All About Money
Eleanore K. Szymanski 


Suzanne Patterson Bldg 4:30 - 6pm

Every one of us must deal with Money.  Some do it better than others—but everyone can do it even better.  The subject of Money doesn’t have to be dull, dry, or boring—it can even be fun!  Learn about basic and sophisticated Money issues.  What is Money?  How do we get it?  How much do we really need? What to do with it when we get it?  We’ll touch on simple and complex money-related issues that everyone deals with:  Everything from banking and cash needs to taxes, from insurance to estates, from investments to retirement needs.   Get your Money questions answered and learn how to smooth the bumps and avoid the potholes on the road to financial security.

$50 for 5 sessions.  Call 609-924-7108 to register 

Presenter Bio:

Eleanore K. Szymanski, a Princeton Fee-Only financial planner for over two decades, is well experienced in the financial life-planning field.  She has achieved the coveted CFP designation and has been honored many times over the years by Worth, Medical Economics, and NJ Monthly as one of the top financial planners/wealth managers in the country and in NJ.

She regularly teaches  courses at the Princeton Adult School and has written a regular column, “Your Money” for The Times of Trenton for over two decades.  In addition to serving individuals and their families, Elly has served her profession as a member of the board of local and national financial planning associations.  She has also served the community as a member of the board of the United Way and the Springpoint Foundation. 

Elly created the Financial Planning Answerplace in 2011 to provide a reliable trusted place for Do-It-Yourselfers to get answers to their financial-related questions without the conflicts of product sales.  Elly’s personal aim is to bring comfort to others through clarification and better understanding of Money-related  lives as a result.   

Background

Next Step Engaged Retirementsm programs are focused on employees in the 55-70 age cohorts.  The program offers a broad overview of the various aspects of retirement or major life change. Next Step programs are funded by support from the Princeton Area Community Foundation.

The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) empowers adults 55 and older in the diverse Princeton community to make informed choices and live healthy lives.  PSRC offers affordable services, programs, and opportunities that support, educate and engage older individuals, their families and caregivers.  PSRC is a non-governmental, independent, 501(c)(3) organization.

 

For more information, contact Carol King or Susan Hoskins at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108, or email at info@princetonsenior.org

 

The Princeton Senior Resource Center

45 Stockton Street · Princeton · NJ · 08540

(609) 924 7108



Valid from 04/16/2012 to 06/07/2012

 

Princeton Senior Resource Center Plans Trip to Philadelphia Art Museum for "Picasso and the Avant-Guard in Paris" Exhibition

03/25/2010

Trip to Philadelphia Art Museum for "Picasso and the Avant-Guard in Paris" Exhibition


Tuesday April 6, 2010
09:00AM - 04:00PM
A bus trip to the Philly Art Museum for “Picasso & the Avant-Garde in Paris”. $45 includes bus and admission. Register at SPB, Princeton Recreation Dept, or online at http://register.communitypass.net/princeton.

Valid from 03/25/2010 to 04/07/2010

 

Upcoming Events Princeton Senior Resource Center

02/03/2015

Feb 2, 9, 16, 23. 1:30pm.  The weekly Happiness Project Group  will be reading and discussing Gretchen Rubin's second book Happier at Home: Kiss More, Jump More, Abandon Self-Control, and My Other Experiments in Everyday Life. Suzanne Patterson Bldg, 45 Stockton Street, Princeton.  A Next Step program of the Princeton Senior Resource Center.  No fee. For information, 609-924-7108

Feb 6 2pm.  Men in Retirement group general meeting. Come and meet other men who are making or have made the transition into retirement. For information call 924-7108. Monument Hall (Suzanne Patterson Bldg, 45 Stockton Street, Princeton) No fee. Men in Retirement is a Next Step  program of the Princeton Senior Resource Center.

 

Feb 10 7 pm. Next Step Speaker Series: Is New Jersey Ready to Retire?

Brian McGuire, Associate State Director with AARP New Jersey.  Princeton Public Library

An interactive discussion about retirement security, engaging future retirees on ways they can better understand retirement's financial challenges and providing tools they can use to strengthen their own personal financial security. Newly compiled research will be presented that highlights New Jersey residents' readiness for retirement, including: 

·         A retirement "scorecard" which assesses retirement income and cost factors

·         Levels of employee access to and participation in retirement savings plans

·         The deteriorating fiscal health of state public sector pension funds

·         The future of Social Security and its role in retirement planning.

The Next Step Speaker Series is a joint program of the Princeton Senior Resource Center and the Princeton Public Library.

 

Feb 12 2:00 p.m Retired? What's Next? (formerly Navigating Retirement). So much of our life and identity revolves around work. This supportive group will discuss the joys, concerns and challenges of having extra time and making decisions about how to use it to create fulfillment. Continues on the second Thursday of each month. Led by Shirley Roberts, Helen Burton and Carol King.   Location: Robert Wood Johnson Health & Wellness Center: 3100 Quakerbridge Road. Please call 609-584-5900 to register. No fee

 

Feb 17 1:00 pm Delights and Dilemmas of Being a Grandparent.

Sometimes it's fun, other times the responsibility is frightening. Come share your joys, your knowledge, and your questions with others. The leader is Lenore Sylvan. Lenore brings her many years of experience as a teacher, child care advocate and grandparent to the group.  Location: Suzanne Patterson Bldg, 45 Stockton Street Princeton. No fee.  This group  is a Next Step  program of the Princeton Senior Resource Center. 

Feb 20 3:30 pm

  Transitions Into Retirement. This monthly group deals with issues in making the adjustment to retirement. Group leader is Dr. John George.  Suzanne Patterson Bldg, 45 Stockton Street, Princeton. Please call to register 609-924-7108.   No fee. This group  is a Next Step  program of the Princeton Senior Resource Center.
 

Feb 24 7pm. Voluntourism:  Combine travel and service and see the world in a new light.    

Voluntourism combines voluntary service to a destination and its people with the traditional elements of travel and tourism - arts, culture, geography, history, and recreation.  You will learn about a different country and culture, and come home with a different perspective on your own culture.  Presenter: Carol King. Princeton Public Library.  Sponsored by Princeton Senior Resource Center and the Princeton Public Library. No fee

 

Valid from 02/03/2015 to 03/01/2015

 

Princeton Senior Resource Center Host Sixth Annual Plan For the Future Day on Saturday October 23, 2010

10/05/2010

 

The Princeton Senior Resource Center will host its Sixth Annual Plan For the Future Day on Saturday October 23 from 8:30 to 1:00.  The focus will be on the fantastic opportunities that are available for planning a three dimensional retirement.   Susan Hoskins, Executive Director of PSRC, notes that “Boomers have changed every stage of life up until now.  It will be really interesting to see how they change the face of retirement.  The first Boomers are entering this stage of life and already doing it differently.”  Some are continuing to work; some are volunteering, using their life skills for good causes.  Some travel or go back to school, and others take care of aging parents. 

 

 

Willo Carey, Executive Director of WHYYs Wider Horizons will be the keynote speaker, sharing some of the exciting new dimensions people are exploring.  She notes “ It seems no one “retires” anymore, and many people will need to work in some capacity to have enough to live on.  Whether working or not, there are important factors at this time of life that need to be fulfilled and expanding opportunities to stay connected.”  
Wider Horizons is a multimedia service for its 50+ audience developed by WHYY public media in Greater Philadelphia.  A member of the WHYY team since 1981, Ms. Carey serves on the External Advisory Board of the University of Pennsylvania’s Institute on Aging and the Advisory Board of the Delaware Valley Schweitzer Fellows Program and is past Vice Chair of the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging. She is a co-founder of Coming of Age, a Philadelphia-based national initiative to promote age 50+ civic engagement — a partnership of WHYY, the Intergenerational Center at Temple University, AARP Pennsylvania and United Way of Southeastern PA.  Willo also serves on the Board of the Opera Company of Philadelphia and is the host of the Philadelphia Orchestra Concert Series produced and broadcast by SpectiCast.  A graduate of Mount Holyoke College, Ms. Carey did graduate work in sculpture at Tyler School of Art in Rome.

 

The day will begin with a performance by Community Without Walls’ On Stage troupe, sharing scenes from their own retirement experience.

 

Workshops include:

1. Building the foundation, a sound financial plan:  Eleanor Szymanski CFP, EKS

 

Assoc. 

2. Legal Essentials:  Gabrielle Stritch Esq., Stritch Law.

 

3. Enrich your life by volunteering: Adrienne Rubin, Executive Director, Volunteer Connect. 

4. Introduction to your lifestyle in retirement: Carol King, Certified Retirement Coach, Dir. Engaged Retirement & Encore Careers at PSRC.

5. Your Encore Career: doing well while doing good:  Carol King

6. Relationships and Sex after 50: Dr. Connie Bowes, CM Bowes & Assoc,  Sexuality & Aging Consortium, Widener College.

 

7. Adventure Escapes: Charles Holsten, AAA  Mid Atlantic Travel. 

 

8.  Voluntourism: Charles Holsten, Combining travel and helping all over the world.

 

In addition, there will be an exhibit hall where participants can find information and talk to representatives of organizations that are valuable resources in this area and support PSRC. 

The program, including coffee and lunch, is free and open to the public.  Please visit www.princetonsenior.org or call 924-7108 to register.

 

 

 

 

 

Valid from 10/05/2010 to 10/24/2010

 

Princeton Senior Resource Center Offers Engaged Retirement Workshop March 5 & 12, 2011

02/13/2011

Princeton Senior Resource Center is offering Engaged Retirement Workshop, a two-session retirement planning course to help people who are approaching retirement make the most of this next stage of life. The leading edge of the Boomer generation is now reaching retirement age.  Other older workers are facing the distinct possibility, if not the reality, of an involuntary retirement, and need to find a new, and hopefully fulfilling, career or part time work.   Many programs are available on financial planning for retirement, but there are few resources available to help retirees deal with the lifestyle and emotional issues associated with this major change in their life.

One issue that many retirees face is a loss of identity.  Who am I if I am no longer an executive, manager, teacher, accountant, doctor, professor? If I am not affiliated with a well-known company or organization?  When a person is psychologically invested in his or her career, leaving that career can become very traumatic.  Also, some people have been so involved in their work that they have had no time to develop other interests or hobbies, and so, when they retire, have nothing to occupy their time. This can lead to depression, a major mental health problem for older people.


In this workshop, participants learn how to successfully navigate a major life change, and how to create new goals and plans.  It emphasizes ways that volunteering can give great satisfaction and fulfill many goals.  Participants will explore their attitudes about change, discover their individual interests and strengths, explore options, and develop a personal plan. The workshop includes a power point presentation, handouts, participant worksheets and brief lectures, as well as time for sharing personal experience.


This two-session program will help attendees explore their options for this stage of life, identify their hopes and dreams, and develop a plan for achieving those dreams.  The sessions will be held on Saturdays 9:30 – 2:pm, on March 5 & 12

Cost for both sessions and course materials is $85, $150 for couples.

Both sessions will be held at the Suzanne Patterson Building behind the Princeton Borough Hall. To register, call the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108

 
 

Session 1: Exploring your attitudes and feelings about, work, aging, managing transitions and retirement. Self discovery: exploring your passions and purpose, strengths, gifts, talents, assets and experiences.

Session 2:  Possibilities: How do you spend your time vs. how would you like to spend your time?  Turning dreams into goals; developing an action plan to achieve those goals.


For more information, contact Carol King or Susan Hoskins at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108, or email at info@princetonsenior.org

 

The Princeton Senior Resource Center

45 Stockton Street · Princeton · NJ · 08540

(609) 924 7108

 
 

Valid from 02/13/2011 to 03/13/2011

 

Princeton Senior Resource Center Announces 'Age for Change' Discussion Group in September

08/16/2011

Age for Change discussion group

A Next Step:  Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers program

  

What do you plan to do with the next stage in your life?  What are some of the changes retirement has brought to your life?  Explore questions like these in a by-weekly discussion group. We will read and discuss chapters in a new e-book The Age for Change from Coming of Age.

The group will meet every other Tuesday at 3pm for 8 sessions, starting Sept 6 at the Suzanne Patterson Bldg, 45 Stockton Street, Princeton.  Enrollment will close after the first two sessions.  There is no fee, but please call 609-924-7108 to register. Lead by Mary Ann Cernak

 

Topics include:

What now? Where do I go from here?

Dealing with our adult children

The changing nature of intimate relationships

Reconciling (or not) with people from whom we’ve become estranged

The meaning of work in our lives

The many faces of loss

How friendships change

Building new communities

 

The chapters are available on line at http://ebook.comingofage.org/, or copies will be available for $5 if ordered in advance.

 

Coming of Age is a Philadelphia-based, national initiative designed to help individuals 50+ connect and contribute to their communities and to build the capacity of organizations to utilize the skills, passions, and interests of people 50+ to further their mission and revitalize communities. Coming of Age programs are broadcast on WHYY’s Wider Horizons series.

 

Background

Next Step: Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers programs are focused on the boomer generation planning, entering or already in retirement.  The programs offer a broad overview of the various aspects of retirement or major life change. Next Step programs also recognize that many people need or want to continue in paid employment, and include programs to help the older job seeker reenter the job market.  Information about upcoming  Next Step programs is available at www.engagedretirement.org.

The program has been renamed Next Step to recognize that retirement is not an ending of working life, but rather the next step in one’s life progression – the opportunity to move to a new and rewarding stage of one’s life. That may be a new and more meaningful career, a chance to travel, volunteer, spend time with family, take courses and learn new skills, or anything else that you may have dreamed about doing with your life but never had the chance to do so.  

Next Step programs are funded by support from the Princeton Area Community Foundation.

 

PSRC, the Princeton Senior Resource Center, empowers adults 55 and older in the diverse Princeton community to make informed choices and live healthy lives.  PSRC offers affordable services, programs, and opportunities that support, educate and engage older individuals, their families and caregivers.  PSRC is a non-governmental, independent, 501(c)(3) organization.

 

For more information, contact Carol King or Susan Hoskins at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108, or email at info@princetonsenior.org

 

PSRC: the Princeton Senior Resource Center

45 Stockton Street · Princeton · NJ · 08540

(609) 924 7108

 

Valid from 08/16/2011 to 09/30/2011

 

Retirement Planning Workshop June 18 & 25, Princeton Senior Resource Center

05/16/2011

 

Princeton Senior Resource Center is offering Engaged Retirement Workshop, a two-session retirement planning course to help people who are approaching retirement make the most of this next stage of life. The leading edge of the Boomer generation is now reaching retirement age.  Other older workers are facing the distinct possibility, if not the reality, of an involuntary retirement, and need to find a new, and hopefully fulfilling, career or part time work.   Many programs are available on financial planning for retirement, but there are few resources available to help retirees deal with the lifestyle and emotional issues associated with this major change in their life.

One issue that many retirees face is a loss of identity.  Who am I if I am no longer an executive, manager, teacher, accountant, doctor, professor? If I am not affiliated with a well-known company or organization?  When a person is psychologically invested in his or her career, leaving that career can become very traumatic.  Also, some people have been so involved in their work that they have had no time to develop other interests or hobbies, and so, when they retire, have nothing to occupy their time. This can lead to depression, a major mental health problem for older people.

 

In this workshop, participants learn how to successfully navigate a major life change, and how to create new goals and plans.  It emphasizes ways that volunteering can give great satisfaction and fulfill many goals.  Participants will explore their attitudes about change, discover their individual interests and strengths, explore options, and develop a personal plan. The workshop includes a power point presentation, handouts, participant worksheets and brief lectures, as well as time for sharing personal experience.

 

This two-session program will help attendees explore their options for this stage of life, identify their hopes and dreams, and develop a plan for achieving those dreams.  The sessions will be held on Saturdays 9:30 – 2:pm, on June 18 & 25

Cost for both sessions and course materials is $85, $150 for couples.

 

Both sessions will be held at the Suzanne Patterson Building behind the Princeton Borough Hall. To register, call the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108

 

Led by Carol King, Certified Retirement Coach.

For more information, contact Carol King at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108 or  Cking@princetonsenior.org.

 

Session 1: Exploring your attitudes and feelings about, work, aging, managing transitions and retirement. Self discovery: exploring your passions and purpose, strengths, gifts, talents, assets and experiences.

Session 2:  Possibilities: How do you spend your time vs. how would you like to spend your time?  Turning dreams into goals; developing an action plan to achieve those goals.

 

Presenter Bio:

 

Carol King is a retiree living in the Princeton New Jersey area.  Her anchoring activity in retirement is Director of the Engaged Retirementsm   and Encore Career program offered by the Princeton Senior Resource Center.  This program is designed to help boomer generation employees plan for a rewarding retirement life style or second career.  She also keeps the books and the website for PSRC.

 

Previously Carol was a college professor (tourism & hospitality management, organizational behavior, management and leadership), as well as a church financial administrator, hospitality industry consultant, food service manager and occasional technical writer. She has both an MBA and a PhD from New York University

 

Her volunteer activities include Ten Thousand Villages, a nonprofit fair trade store, where she gets her weekly happiness fix selling handicrafts from third-world countries. She is also treasurer of a local opera group, occasional coach of seniors in computer classes, and helps out in the box office and costume shop for a local music festival.  She is a member of the Advisory Commission on Aging of Mercer County Community College.

 

Carol is a Certified Retirement Coach.

Background

Engaged Retirement & Encore Careers programs are focused on employees in the 55-70 age cohorts. The program offers a broad overview of the various aspects of planning for one's lifestyle in retirement or for a major life change. The Center for Engaged Retirement sm & Encore Careers is funded by support from the NRG Energy Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation.

The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) empowers adults 55 and older in the diverse Princeton community to make informed choices and live healthy lives. PSRC offers affordable services, programs, and opportunities that support, educate and engage older individuals, their families and caregivers. PSRC is a non-governmental, independent, 501(c)(3) organization.

For more information, contact Carol King or Susan Hoskins at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108, or email at info@princetonsenior.org

 

The Princeton Senior Resource Center
45 Stockton Street · Princeton · NJ · 08540
(609) 924 7108

 


Valid from 05/16/2011 to 06/26/2011

 

Princeton Senior Resource Center Announces Age for Change Discussion Group

02/29/2012

Age for Change discussion group

A Next Step:  Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers program

What do you plan to do with the next stage in your life?  What are some of the changes retirement has brought to your life?  Explore questions like these in a  weekly group which will read and discuss chapters in a new e-book The Age for Change from Coming of Age.

The group will meet Mondays at 3:30 for 9 sessions, starting March 5 at the Suzanne Patterson Bldg, 45 Stockton Street, Princeton.  Enrollment will close after the first two sessions.  Cost is $40 for nine sessions. Please call 609-924-7108 to register. Lead by JoAnn Laveman.

Topics include:

What now? Where do I go from here?

Dealing with our adult children

The changing nature of intimate relationships

Reconciling (or not) with people from whom we’ve become estranged

The meaning of work in our lives

The many faces of loss

How friendships change

Building new communities

The chapters are available on line at http://ebook.comingofage.org/, or copies will be available for $5 if ordered in advance.

Coming of Age is a Philadelphia-based, national initiative designed to help individuals 50+ connect and contribute to their communities and to build the capacity of organizations to utilize the skills, passions, and interests of people 50+ to further their mission and revitalize communities. Coming of Age programs are broadcast on WHYY’s Wider Horizons series.

Background

Next Step: Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers programs are focused on the boomer generation planning, entering or already in retirement.  The programs offer a broad overview of the various aspects of retirement or major life change. Next Step programs also recognize that many people need or want to continue in paid employment, and include programs to help the older job seeker reenter the job market.  Information about upcoming  Next Step programs is available at www.engagedretirement.org.

The program has been named Next Step to recognize that retirement is not an ending of working life, but rather the next step in one’s life progression – the opportunity to move to a new and rewarding stage of one’s life. That may be a new and more meaningful career, a chance to travel, volunteer, spend time with family, take courses and learn new skills, or anything else that you may have dreamed about doing with your life but never had the chance to do so.  Next Step programs are funded by support from the Princeton Area Community Foundation.

 

PSRC, the Princeton Senior Resource Center, empowers adults 55 and older in the diverse Princeton community to make informed choices and live healthy lives.  PSRC offers affordable services, programs, and opportunities that support, educate and engage older individuals, their families and caregivers.  PSRC is a non-governmental, independent, 501(c)(3) organization.

 

For more information, contact Carol King or Susan Hoskins at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108, or email at info@princetonsenior.org

 

PSRC: the Princeton Senior Resource Center

45 Stockton Street · Princeton · NJ · 08540

(609) 924 7108

 


Valid from 02/29/2012 to 05/07/2012

 

The Financial Match Game - 4 Sessions from Eleanore K Szymanski - Princeton Senior Resource Center

02/19/2013

A Next Step: Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers program


March 6, 13, 20, and 27. 2013, from 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Suzanne Patterson Bldg, 45 Stockton Street.

Cost: $40. Register by calling 609-924-7108.

Do you and your financial picture match?  Hate to think about numbers and finances (but we all must)? Come join us to learn ways to match up your finances with your current lifestyle—and your future lifestyle.  Come explore ways to get rid of that “mismatched” feeling!  (P.S. the word “budget” is outlawed in these sessions.)

This short course is designed for those who are bored or terrified by numbers, money, and finance!  But who, at the same time, know in their hearts the critical role that money plays.  The “Match” program takes a different perspective:  In a colorful and graphic way and in simple terms, the Program will show how to, first, clearly and simply see what you have and what you need; then, match up what you have with what you want and need.  Armed with this initial clarity, decisions become much easier.  That’s what it’s really all about, isn’t it?

Eleanore Szymanski 

Eleanore K. Szymanski, a Princeton Fee-Only financial planner for over two decades, is well experienced in the financial life-planning field.  She has achieved the coveted CFP designation and has been honored many times over the years by Worth, Medical Economics, and NJ Monthly as one of the top financial planners/wealth managers in the country and in NJ. She regularly teaches her own courses at the Princeton Adult School and has written a regular column, “Your Money” for The Times of Trenton for over two decades.  In addition to serving individuals and their families, Elly has served her profession as a member of the board of local and national financial planning associations.  She has also served the community as a member of the board of the United Way and the Springpoint Foundation. 

 

Elly created the Financial Planning Answerplace in 2011 to provide a reliable trusted place for Do-It-Yourselfers to get answers to their financial-related

questions without the conflicts of product sales.  Elly’s personal aim is to bring comfort to others through clarification and better understanding of

Money-related issues so they can make peace in their lives as a result.


Background

Next Step: Engaged Retirementtm & Encore Careers programs are focused on the boomer generation planning, entering or already in retirement.  The programs offer a broad overview of the various aspects of retirement or major life change. Next Step programs also recognize that many people need or want to continue in paid employment, and include programs to help the older job seeker reenter the job market.  Information about upcoming Next Step programs is available at www.engagedretirement.org.


Next Step programs recognize that retirement is not an ending of working life, but rather the next step in one’s life progression – the opportunity to move to a new and rewarding stage of one’s life. That may be a new and more meaningful career, a chance to travel, volunteer, spend time with family, take courses and learn new skills, or anything else that you may have dreamed about doing with your life but never had the chance to do so.  

Next Step programs are funded by support from the Princeton Area Community Foundation, AARP, and Friends Foundation on Aging.

 

PSRC, the Princeton Senior Resource Center, empowers adults 55 and older in the diverse Princeton community to make informed choices and live healthy lives.  PSRC offers affordable services, programs, and opportunities that support, educate and engage older individuals, their families and caregivers.  PSRC is a non-governmental, independent, 501(c)(3) organization.

 

For more information, contact Carol King or Susan Hoskins at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108, or email at info@princetonsenior.org

 

PSRC: the Princeton Senior Resource Center
45 Stockton Street · Princeton · NJ · 08540


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Carol A. King, Director
Next Step: Engaged Retirement & Encore Careers Center
Princeton Senior Resource Center
45 Stockton Street, Princeton NJ 08540
609-924-7108
cking@princetonsenior.org
www.engagedretirement.org

Valid from 02/19/2013 to 03/25/2013

 

Princeton Senior Resource Center

03/25/2010

Valid from 03/25/2010

 

Project Re-employment After 50 Offered at Princeton Senior Resource Center

03/25/2010

Project Re-employment After 50 offered at Princeton Senior Resource Center
 
Project Re-Employment is a program for  individuals at least 50 years old who have never been employed outside the home or who are returning to employment after a hiatus.  This four-part workshop is designed to improve job search skills, build confidence, manage stress and help participants enter or reenter the work force as efficiently and as quickly as possible. Facilitators Linda F. Meisel and Debra H. Levenstein will teach skills and tools for navigating the changing tide of employment, including self assessment, writing resumes and cover letters, networking, and interviewing.
 
Four sessions are scheduled for  April 7, 14, 21 and 28 from  9:30 - 11:30am at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 45 Stockton Street, Princeton.  Cost for the series  is $20.  Financial assistance is available.  To register, call 924-7108.  This program is a joint offering from  Jewish Family & Children's Service of Mercer County  and the Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers Center of the Princeton Senior Resource Center.  For more information about the program, call Debra Levenstein at 609-987-8100.
 
Background
The current economic down turn has hit older individuals especially hard.  Pensions have vanished or been cut.  Retirement investments have lost significant value, and dividend income is reduced or lost when companies have shut their doors. Many retirees are looking to go back to work to replace lost income and rebuild their savings. Other older workers who have lost jobs are starting to take social security early, reducing the amount of monthly income they will get in futureyears. This course seeks to help people who have not made a job search in many years, if ever.
 

Presenter Bios:
Linda Meisel, LCSW has been the Executive Director of Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County for the past 12 years.  For the prior 10 years, she was the Executive Director of Corner House Counseling Center.  She has served on the Board of the Jewish Center of Princeton, Princeton Young Achievers and the Princeton Nursery School.  Ms. Meisel has conducted numerous workshops on employment issues.  She received her MSW from the Graduate School of Social Work at Rutgers.
 
Debra Horrow Levenstein, MA has been the Director of Prevention and Support Services of Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County since January 2002.  She worked in social service for eight years in Minneapolis, MN before returning to NJ.  Among her many responsibilities at JFCS, Ms. Levenstein has supervised the curriculum and facilitators of Project Reemployment for the past seven years.  She received her MA in New York.
 
Sponsoring Organizations
Jewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Mercer County is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community service agency that strengthens individuals and families by empowering people to care for themselves and others. This is accomplished through a wide range of high quality social services and programs
 
The Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers programs are focused on individuals in the 55-70 age cohorts.  The program offers a broad overview of the various aspects of retirement or major life change.  Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers programs are  funded by support from the Princeton Area Community Foundation. 
 

The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) empowers adults 55 and older in the diverse Princeton community to make informed choices and live healthy lives.  PSRC offers affordable services, programs, and opportunities that support, educate and engage older individuals, their families and caregivers.  PSRC is a non-governmental, independent, 501(c)(3) organization.
 
For more information about Engaged Retirementsm & Encore Careers programs, contact Carol King or Susan Hoskins at the Princeton Senior Resource Center, 609-924-7108, or email at info@princetonsenior.org

 
The Princeton Senior Resource Center
45 Stockton Street · Princeton · NJ · 08540
(609) 924 7108

www.princetonsenior.org

 
 

Valid from 03/25/2010 to 04/29/2010

 

Princeton Senior Resource Center The Evergreen Forum

The Evergreen Forum is a volunteer organization under the auspices of the Princeton Senior Resource Center.

The Evergreen Forum program has grown dramatically over the past 10 years, from 40 participants the first semester to over 400 this Spring. The Evergreen Forum Steering Committee and PSRC staff continue to explore ways to make the program run smoothly for everyone. At the same time, we are aware that demand is greater than capacity. We want to maintain a commitment to small discussion-based classes, and this means that some will be disappointed, but most people do get into the classes of their choice.

 

Princeton Senior Resource Center Mature Princeton Newsletters

Mature Princeton is the monthly newsletter of the Princeton Senior Resource Center. Click on the link to access the most recent issue. You will need Acrobat Reader to open these files. To download this free software, go to http://get.adobe.com/reader/

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