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Live and Learn: Embracing Solitude and Stillness: A Holiday Season Workshop
Monday, December 4, 2023, 3:30 PM until 5:00 PM
Friends Meeting or by Zoom
2111 Decatur Pl NW
Registration is required before Monday, December 4, 2023 at 12:01 AM
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Not all of us approach the holidays with the feeling of it being "the most wonderful time of the year." Join us in community as we reinforce ourselves to prepare for the end of the year hubbub. Riddled with expectations, December is rife with reasons that can sometimes make celebrations seem stale or joyless. Reconnecting with the natural rhythms of the earth and opening up our own narratives can help us find company and connection in an otherwise fraught landscape. Let us come together in these short, dark days to explore and listen to nature's ever-present invitation to slow down and look inward. You are joyfully invited to join via ZOOM or in Person - come exactly as you are.
Katie Garber, LICSW, Age Well Takoma
Katie works with her clients to discover their joy in the vibrancy of aging. After years working in both the senior living and age-in-community movements, Katie founded Age Well Takoma in 2020 to focus her work directly on partnering with her aging clients to live their lives to the fullest. Katie is committed to supporting each client to achieve and maintain their highest level of independence while expanding their understanding and access to life-enhancing resources.
Katie's background includes expertise in memory fitness, dementia care, end of life work and advocacy, family and peer support, de-cluttering, and supporting direct service professionals in their care of adults with cognitive change.
There is space for 12 people in person. When you register, please select in person or by Zoom.