Thank you to everyone who joined us on Saturday, September 17, for our annual meeting and the kickoff for our Invest in NEST fall fundraising campaign. Click here to view the slide presentation. In one day we raised $3,000! Imagine what we can do when you make your investment. Between now and December 31, help us surpass our goal of $35,000.
NEST Events in September
NEST High Tea: Long Term Care Options
Wednesday, September 21, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
NEST Office, Fireside Room, 8008 35th Ave NE
Please join us for our fall kick-off event! Our September High Tea presents a special panel discussion on Long Term Care Options. Representatives from Kline Galland, Family Resource Home Care, and Flaccus Law Group will offer information on Home Health, Skilled Nursing, Hospice, Home Care and Elder Law/Estate Planning. This event offers you the most up to date, educational information about
care and legal options to help you make informed decisions.
End of September Feldenkrais Series: Retaining Driver Independence Safely and Comfortably
Tuesdays, September 27 through October 25, 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
$25.00 for non-members
Learn to improve flexibility, coordination, and range of motion in this six-lesson series. We’ll practice movements that help getting in and out of the car, more easily reach the hand and foot controls, and look around ourselves to back up safely, change lanes, and so on. We will use slow, gentle movements to increase our awareness and ability to do these actions. Lessons may be done seated or, at times, lying on the floor; attendance can be in person or online.
To build and sustain a northeast Seattle community where neighbors engage with and support one another through the transitions of aging.
Take a few minutes to hear from Terry B. about his experience with NEST, including NEST’s low-vision support group. NEST offers support groups based on member needs to keep older adults healthy, strong and engaged.
And, click here to hear from NEST members Rosemary B. and Paul K. about what NEST means to them and how Pickleball came to NEST during a pandemic.
NEST is a community connecting our members with each other and with resources to age successfully in the place they call home.
Learn more about NEST’s incredible volunteer model – bringing the skills and support of an entire community for strong, meaningful programs for older adults. Watch volunteer Leslie P’s story here and hear why she is supporting NEST.
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