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Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly, Chicago Chapter

355 N Ashland Ave

Chicago, IL 60607

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Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly brings together experts and professionals to explore the impact and alleviation of elder loneliness

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The inaugural End Loneliness Symposium hosted by Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly, Chicago Chapter on November 8, 2019.

Featuring experts on aging and issues affecting today's seniors, the first End Loneliness Symposium will examine the serious impact of elder loneliness and explore effective solutions to this serious global problem.

Symposium Registration includes:

  • A signed copy of Aronson's bestseller, Elderhood
  • Continental breakfast, lunch, and closing network reception

Presenters:

  • Kerry Burnight, PhD, Chief Gerontologist, GrandPad, on technology's impact on elder loneliness
  • Teresa Ramos, MD, Senior Medical Director of Cigna - HealthSpring, on the Cigna 2018 U.S. Loneliness Index
  • Lydia K. Manning, PhD, Associate Professor, Concordia University, on the role of faith and spiritual community in easing elder loneliness
  • Ann Wohlberg, Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly, Chicago Chapter (LBFE) Director of Program, and Holly Lewandowski, Evaluation Consultant, on understanding elder loneliness through LBFE evidence-based evaluation results
  • Barbara Boryczka, Board Member (Poland) and Albert Quiles, Director (Spain) on Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly (LBFE) international perspectives to end elder loneliness

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