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Category Archives: Learning
EngAGE Founder and Executive Director Tim Carpenter is a presenter in the Age Without Borders Virtual Summit on February 26th through March 4th. Over 50 experts in the field of aging will provide seven days of inspiring and engaging 30-minute video-based … Continue reading
EngAGE Founder and Executive Director Tim Carpenter is one of almost 50 of “the world’s most influential experts in the aging revolution” who are participating in the Age Without Borders Virtual Summit, February 26th through March 4th. The Summit experience consists … Continue reading
EngAGE art teacher Colette Brown and her students at LBSAC got some nice press recently on Gazettes.com, “Long Beach’s Favorite Community Website.” From the article: Colette Brown, a 25-year-old researcher and artist, leads a ceramics class at Long Beach Senior … Continue reading
Residents tone up mentally as they work on their critical thinking skills during Memory Game class, and they tone up physically with Wii Fit in Health Awareness class. ~ Sandra Vargas, Regional Program Director
Thanks to EngAGE tech guru Miles Morse for making this wonderful video about the challenges older adults face when learning about technology, and thanks to our EngAGE community residents from Coventry Court, Dorado, and Jasmine Senior Apartments for participating on … Continue reading
When does EngAGE like Bingo? When it’s ESL Bingo! Turning the game into a way to learn English as a second language makes it quite a worthwhile experience. Instructor Laura Martos teaches ESL at The Metro at Chinatown Senior Lofts … Continue reading
Two great advantages of living in an EngAGE Community are (1) you and your neighbors share an interest in creativity, and (2) you have the opportunity to participate in stimulating classes and special events right there on site. But what can … Continue reading
Black History Month (February): This annual educational event is coordinated by Piedmont residents and enjoyed by all. Traditional African American cuisine is prepared and served. Event Focus: African American contributions to American music genres. At the end of the presentations, … Continue reading
We’re pleased to be featured in “Using the Arts to Promote Healthy Aging,” an article by Jane E. Brody, who writes about health and aging for the New York Times.
Our friends at Next Avenue shared a podcast on a topic dear to EngAGE: being creative, no matter what your age. Click here to hear these stories from blogger Chris Farrell, “Unretirement Expert”: Listen to the story of Iris Shiraishi, … Continue reading