June Monthly Meeting

Thursday, June 29, 2017 8:00 AM

Community Connections


Do you have a heart for serving seniors?

If you’re already a member of Elder Friendly Community Network, we know the answer to that question is “YES”. And that’s tremendously important; always to be celebrated and never to be taken for granted. 

After all, it is people like you seniors turn to in their frailty, their fear, or when they are feeling alone. It is people like you who create a safety net for our society’s most vulnerable to protect their interests, their dignity, and their treasured independence.

You are the ones who guide them to the resources, products, and services available in our community to provide solutions to their lives’ challenges.

Do you have a full library of contacts at your fingertips to be the best resource possible? Do you know how to best help a senior when they seek your help?

No matter if your answers to these questions are “yes” or “no”, the June meeting is a terrific opportunity to sharpen your abilities through connecting with a wide variety of people and resources, as well as share your experience and expertise with others who will need you.

This will be our last meeting until September – the last chance to make new connections or strengthen the relationships with people like you who have a heart for serving seniors!

We’re looking forward to seeing you!

Facilitated by Mathieu Powell, a communications professional specializing in connecting people and resources.


Meeting Location: The Wellesley Of Victoria - Retirement Home

2800 Blanshard St, Victoria, BC V8T 5B5

The entrance door for EFCN is on Market Street between Nanaimo Street and Blanshard Street.

Our EFCN sign and/or the helpful Wellesley staff will direct you to the room. Be sure to come a little earlier (we suggest 7:30) to allow yourself time to arrive and visit before the meeting starts at 8:00 am.

Parking

There is parking around and about the building, and Long and McQuade has generously offered their upper parking area on the corner of Market Street and Nanaimo Street.