Our good friends at Volunteers of America are having their second Women and Aging Panel Discussion. David Burch of VOA asked me for some input on their panel discussion, but the best people to ask are you!! Please share your input by commenting on this post, and I will send the consolidated feedback over to David.
Hope all’s well with you. I wanted to let you know about a panel discussion Volunteers of America will host on Tuesday, May 11 at the National Press Club in Washington on the topic of women and aging.
Like we did with our panel last year, we’d like to gather feedback from bloggers like you who write about issues affecting older Americans. The panelists will explore the health care, financial and societal issues affecting older women that will influence workplaces, public policy and the economy for years to come. Some of the questions we’ll explore include:
- What should be done to care for elderly women who have exhausted their resources caring for others?
- How can a woman prepare for her own golden years while balancing careers, children and caring for parents or loved ones?
Please feel free to email me any questions you would like to ask the panel.
For those of your who aren’t familiar with the Women and Aging Panel Discussion, you should take it look. There’s a great line-up planned.