Network with the Network “Come Wine with Us!”
Food & Wine Pairing/Jazz Music by the SophistiCats
WILLIAMSVILLE, NY (March 5, 2018) – This month’s Network with the Network event will be held on Thursday, March 22nd from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Heathwood Assisted Living located at 816 Hopkins Road. The theme of let’s say goodbye to winter and welcome spring will be evident as attendees enjoy food and wine pairings and musical entertainment provided by The SophistiCats. The event is sponsored by Heathwood Assisted Living, Homewatch Caregivers and the Parkinson’s Foundation, Western New York Chapter.
“The Network in Aging is a long standing, vital organization which has a special place in the community among professionals,” said Kristin Surdej, current Network in Aging President. “Our organization has grown over the years and has become eclectic in its membership. Members are from for profit and non for profit alike. Membership includes those in the field of aging and others from organizations or businesses who serve those in the aging population”.
Once a month, select member agencies of Network in Aging collaborate to develop a themed “Network with the Network” event. These complementary events are designed for members to meet regularly in a variety of settings and are also open to area professionals who want to learn more about the sponsoring organizations and the Network.
For more information on the event, or to RSVP, call Chris Falkowski at 716-688-0111 or firstname.lastname@example.org For more information on joining the Network in Aging, contact Lisa Boron at 716-829-3712.
About Heathwood Assisted Living: For senior adults who need a little extra help with the details of daily life, Heathwood provides a blend of independence and care. Residents benefit from round-the-clock nursing supervision, medication management, and assistance with bathing, dressing and other personal needs. Suite apartments, and private and semi-private rooms are available with community areas which include comfortably furnished living spaces, landscaped gardens, a movie theatre, casual café, and full service dining room with home cooked meals. In addition to an enhanced activity calendar, residents also have available to them a spa-like bathing suite, beauty salon and barber services, gift shop, chapel and laundry facilities. For more information contact Gary Henry at 716-688-0111.
About Homewatch Caregivers: A licensed home care agency serving those in need for fourteen years. Personal care nursing care and companion services such as bathing, dressing, transfers, meal prep, medication supervision, housekeeping, laundry and transport services are provided by certified and professionally trained staff. Services are provided from 2 to 24 hours per day. Call 716-565-3103 for more information.
About the Parkinson’s Foundation, Western New York Chapter: The mission is to make life better for the Parkinson’s community through improved care and advancing researching toward a cure. They provide support, education, therapeutic programming and social opportunities for those with Parkinson’s, their care partners and families. Until there is a cure, they pledge to work diligently to identify the needs of the local Parkinson’s community and seek the best means possible for addressing them. For more information contact 716-449-3795.
About Network in Aging of Western New York
The Network in Aging of Western New York is a non-profit, voluntary corporation, founded in 1981 and is committed to bringing together individuals and organizations involved in aging and improving the quality of life for older persons and their support network in the area. They currently have over 100 member agencies specializing in various fields including education, health and social services, and community and government leadership. Their mission is to provide members with opportunities for resource exchange, professional development and stimulation of interdisciplinary collaboration through networking events, educational programs and strategic partnerships. For more information contact 716-829-3712 or visit networkinaging.org.