News from Chevy Chase at Home
From Chevy Chase at Home:
Beginning this fall, Chevy Chase At Home will again offer a monthly discussion group for adult children of aging parents, led by Nathan Billig, MD. The series will run from late September until June. Please call the CC@ H office at 301-657-3115 for details and to sign up.
The popular gentle Pilates classes will continue to be held at the Chevy Chase United Methodist Church, 7001 Connecticut Avenue, on Wednesday mornings from 10:30 to 11:30 AM, and on Friday afternoons from 2:30 to 3:30 PM. There will be a fee per 4-week session of each class, payable in advance at the first class of the session ($40 for members and parishioners and $48 for other participants). There will be no classes held during the week of November 17-23, due to the church’s annual Holiday Bazaar.
On September 12, the Brunch Bunch will get together at the Olympia Coffee Shoppe in the the Brookville Road shopping center from 10 to 11:30 AM. There’s plenty of free parking, so do stop by this informal gathering for coffee and conversation with your neighbors.
“Elder Financial Abuse: Attempts to Separate You From Your Money” will be the important topic addressed by attorney Barbara Mulitz, at the M&M on September 17th, from 2 to 4 PM at the Chevy Chase Village Hall. Ms. Mulitz is licensed to practice in Maryland and DC. Appointed by County Executive Ike Leggett, she currently serves as a Commissioner on the Montgomery County Commission on Aging.
Looking ahead–October 1 has been formally designated “International Day for Older Persons”. CC@ H president Irene Hoskins will speak briefly on the significance of that designation at our M&M scheduled for that day, prior to a talk by Monique Milhollin on “Current Developments in Hospice Care”.
For more information about CC@ H and our programs, please visit www.chevychaseathome.org.