EngAGE is a non-profit that transforms aging
and the way people
think about aging by turning affordable senior apartment communities into vibrant centers of learning, wellness,
EngAGE now serves Portland, Oregon! Click here for more information.
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This is what EngAGE
is all about!
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Sundays @ 5 PM PT
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EngAGE is a member of the Annenberg Foundation Alchemy Program.
CLICK HERE to go to the EngAGE Blog. Learn what's going on in our communities, and read about issues and events that are important to seniors. Be sure to subscribe and receive the blog in your email every day! Below are a few sample posts.
BenefitsCheckUp is a free service of the National Council on Aging (NCOA), a nonprofit service and advocacy organization in Washington, DC. Their online survey helps identify benefits that could save you money and cover the costs of everyday expenses. Read the blog post here.
An art exhibit featuring the work of contemporary Native American elder artists traveled from North Hollywood Senior Arts Colony to PacArts in San Pedro. It was entitled, “Neshkinukat,” which means, “One Who Has Relatives,” in the Luiseno language, or, “We Are All Related,” in the Lakota way of speaking. Read the blog post here.
Marketplace Morning Report, a popular radio show from American Public Media, featured a segment about creativity and older people. Tim Carpenter and the benefits of the excellent creative programs offered at apartment communities served by EngAGE were cited. Read the blog post and hear the radio show here.
Long Beach Senior Arts Colony brought home the winning trophy in the 2015 annual EngAGE Senior Olympics! Read the blog post and see a video of the exciting events of the day here.
A weekly post announces who will be appearing on Experience Talks, our public radio show that is broadcast on KPFK-FM Los Angeles. Here's an example featuring novelist Robert Stone, guest of host Tim Carpenter.