The Village in Howard Offers a Community Workshop “Managing through the Pandemic”
The Village in Howard County (TVIH) is offering a virtual workshop series focusing on strategies, skills, and resources to manage through the pandemic. The focus is identifying your personal risk profile and understanding the options and triggers supporting returning to community events, shopping, and work. The unique needs of the 50+ community are analyzed.
Workshop 1 December 7th 4-5:30 Understanding the pandemic. How do I create a personal management plan?
- · Topics include: Understanding the factual and known aspects of the pandemic and community impacts, exploring the forecasts and scenarios, developing a personal approach on risk, shelter in place, and distancing.
- · A key part of the session is identifying trusted sources and methods to recognize new developments.
Workshop 2 December 14th 4-5:30 Approaches to Daily Living, Social Distancing, and Isolation.
· Topics include: Identifying common daily risk factors, overcoming social isolation, successful programs and methods that create community.
· Videos, tools to evaluate risk, and evidence-based program details will be presented.
The program builds on research from the American Society on Aging, the national Village to Village Network and dozens of engagement programs around the country. This program is sponsored by the Horizon Foundation program on Mental Health. Presenting an average of eleven Zoom activities per week, TVIH reaches seniors through sessions on current events, personal growth, bridge, and music.
Admission is free. Join this Zoom meeting with the access information provided after registration. Please register for each session on our website’s calendar page. Each session requires a separate registration on the December page. Go to Events - The Village In Howard.
For more information about the workshop email Jim Sanders email@example.com, or call the TVIH office at 443-367-9043.