Join AARP for lunch on May 7 at Dover Downs to hear Elinor Ginzler, AARP’s SVP of Livable Communities, speak about how we can all age in our own homes and communities with dignity and independence. The luncheon directly follows an AARP panel discussion “Flash Forward 2030: the Future of Successful Living.” AARP members can enjoy both for a special rate of $45.
Here are the details:
May 7, 2010
10:00 a.m., AARP Panel Discussion
11:30 a.m., Luncheon with Elinor Ginzler
Dover Down, Dover, DE
As Senior Vice President of Livable Communities Strategies in AARP’s Office of Social Impact, Ms. Ginzler spearheads the association’s work on housing, community services and mobility options, including older driver issues and transportation alternatives to driving. She is frequently called upon to confer with industry leaders about aging issues and to address groups ranging from neighborhood associations to national organizations.
Ms. Ginzler joined AARP in 1998, bringing with her more than 20 years of experience in program management and development at the national, state, and community levels and experience working collaboratively with public, private, non-profit and community-based organizations. Since then she has also supervised AARP’s consumer-education programs in independent living, health and long-term care.
Ms. Ginzler, a national expert on aging issues, is AARP’s lead spokesperson on older driver safety, mobility options and care giving. She has been featured on many national industry and consumer news outlets. In addition, she is co-author with Hugh Delehanty of Caring for Your Parents – The Complete Family Guide, published by Sterling Publishing. She is also regularly tapped to provide expertise and strategic input on aging issues around housing and mobility. Recently, she served on the planning committee for the TRB conference, Impact of Changing Demographics on the Transportation System.
The AARP events are part of the American Planning Association’s annual conference. AARP is a major sponsor.
Join AARP and the APA for this educational session and luncheon by calling the APA at (302) 576-9896 or visit the Delaware APA Web site.
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