Be Prepared: Disaster Resiliency
Learn How to Plan Ahead
Come join us for our Elders Village Talk Series at the Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak Street, Alameda, on Wednesday, October 14th at 1:00 pm. Be Prepared and learn to be resilient in the aftermath of a natural or man-made disaster. The presenter for this talk will be Alameda Fire Department Captain Sharon Oliver.
Do you ever have questions such as: What can you do to help yourself, and your community, become disaster resilient? What does “Disaster Resiliency” mean? What is the City of Alameda doing to prepare for a disaster? What partnerships are in place to help the City be resilient and prepared?
Also learn about other programs offered by the Alameda Fire Department:
o Housing/Senior Safety Program
o Map your neighborhood
o Blood Pressure screening at Mastick Senior Center
Bonus feature: there will be a short presentation introducing the new Alameda Community Paramedic Program
Refreshments and Peet’s coffee will be served.
Reservations are preferred and can be made by calling the Elders Village office 510-217-8527 or emailing Alicia@aecliving.com
Elders Village is an Alameda based nonprofit that believes in educating seniors, and those who care for them, of services and opportunities available to them in Alameda and the surrounding area.
Elders Village Talks are something that we here at AEC Living are very proud to sponsor. Elders Village Talks is a series of free, educational, seminars on topics of importance or interest to seniors and their friends and families. Past presentations include topics like: Socializing for Better Health, Volunteering and its Surprising Benefits, and Simple Strategies for Moving and Downsizing.
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