October Village Talk with Corinne McKeown

Seniors real estate specialist and author will discuss emerging trends, resources, and living options for seniors and their families.




 

Never before in human history has there been so many mature people on our planet. New services and establishments are emerging to handle this rapidly growing percentage of senior Americans, whose needs are quite different than younger consumers – specifically with respect to housing.

Corinne McKeown, seniors real estate specialist and author of Forward Move: A Senior’s Guide to Real Estate and Housing Options will discuss, on Wednesday, October 18, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., some of these emerging trends in senior housing and community resources.

This talk is for anyone who may need to navigate the financial, logistical, and emotional aspects of a later-in-life move (for themselves or their loved ones), as well as those who want to explore what is needed to safely age-in-place.

For more information please check out greaternewburyportvillage.org, email info@greaternewburyportvillage.org, or call 978-206-821. 

Village Talks are offered by the Greater Newburyport Village, a nonprofit membership organization, whose mission is to promote living well and independently for a lifetime through community engagement and a network of neighborly support, for the enrichment of the community and occurs every third Wednesday of the month at the Newburyport Senior/Community Center, 331 High St., Newburyport.  They are free and open to all.

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