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by Carol Blitzer or seniors who want to “love where you live,” Avenidas is offering its sixth annual housing conference on that theme on Saturday, March 23, at the Oshman Family Jewish Community Center in Palo Alto. More than 200 are expected to attend. Participants may choose one of three tracks: for people who have decided to sell their homes and move; for homeowners who want to stay in their homes; and for those who want to explore all their options. Each track offers three workshops aimed at the targeted population. Peggy Simon and Kaye Sharbrough will be co-leading a workshop for those who just want to know what’s out there. Called “Basic Training for Savvy Explorers,” their segment will cover the concepts of aging in place, independent living, continuing care retirement communities and assisted living. Simon, an information and assistance specialist in social work services at Avenidas, Palo Alto’s senior center and a co-sponsor of the event, describes her role as consulting with families to let them know what resources are out there. She visits and observes local places, but makes no recommendations. Sharbrough, a former teacher and now senior housing referral specialist, operates Senior Seasons, which works with families to make decisions about senior housing. Through her agency, she constantly updates Avenidas’ “Where to Live: A Housing Guide for Older Adults” so she knows the latest rates as well as reputations and care levels. “Every time one of us goes in and has an interaction, we make notes,” Sharbrough said. They then use that data to help families make decisions. Sometimes a family needs more flexibility, she said, and she’ll know the policies on everything from memory issues to smoking or whether or not they can keep their pets.
DESIGN TRENDS ... A free workshop on “Trends in Design and Remodeling” will be held at the Harrell Remodeling Design Center, 1954 Old Middlefield Way, Mountain View, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 23. A light meal will be served. Information: http://harrell-remodeling.com or 650230-2900 BACKYARD COMPOST ... A master composter will lead a free “Backyard Compost Workshop” from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 23, at Common Ground, 599 College Ave., Palo Alto. A partnership between Common Ground and the City of Palo Alto Zero Waste, the workshop aims to show people how to turn food and yard waste into a soil amendment or mulch that will help suppress weeds, protect the soil and conserve water. Information: 650-493-6072 or www.commongroundinpaloalto.org SOAP-MAKING ... Ilona Loeber, who teaches arts and crafts classes for adults and children, will offer a workshop on “Cold Process Soap-Making” from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 24, at the FabMo workshop center, 2423 Old Middlefield Way, Suite F, Mountain View. The class is limited to 15 people who must be 18 or older. Expect to go home with a complete bar of soap that will need to cure for two to five weeks, then cut. Cost is $25. Information: www.fabmo.org SEASONAL CAMELLIAS ... Horticulturist Elaine Sedlack, who has been developing and caring for the Asian camellia collection at the U.C. Botanical Garden since 1984, will present a slide program for the San Francisco Peninsula Camellia Society at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 25. The program will deal with change over the seasons and will include rhododendrons as well. The group meets at the Veterans Memorial Building, 1435 Madison Ave., Redwood City. Information: email@example.com FREE ENERGY AUDIT ... Acterra offers a free service, Green@Home HouseCalls, where trained volunteers will visit your home and perform an energy assessment. The visit includes installing a retractable clothesline, three compact fluorescent bulbs and three low-flow faucet aerators and one showerhead; making suggestions for reducing phantom power usage; and adjusting water-heater and refrigerator temperatures. Information: www.acterra.org N
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One of the tools she uses is a workbook that the family fills out, allowing for a “neutral discussion ... that really helps facilitate a conversation,” she said. The workbook has a checklist including the possible advantages of a senior community. Items on the list range from freedom from responsibilities and chores related to maintaining a home and garden and being closer to family members to avoiding the sense of isolation and loneliness that can lead to depression and illness. Under location, the booklet lets people check that they’d like to be close to children/family, public transportation, church, doctors or parks and paths. Sharbrough started her agency when her own mother was planning to move from Southern California to this area. She quickly discovered how challenging it was to get up-to-date information on senior housing. Sharbrough sees this workshop as a quick survey course, an overview of senior housing, from size of facility (the “f” word in senior housing — the preferred word is “community,” she said) to pricing on buy-ins or rentals. “We talk about traditional senior housing, the village concept, co-housing,” Simon added. “We can pool our resources as we age,” she said, explaining that the original Beacon Hill Village, which served as a model for Avenidas Village, was a manageable, small geographic area where seniors could share laundry, cooking or rides to medical appointments.
Avenidas Village extends from Redwood City to Los Altos, she added. “Avenidas is a great resource for housing and seniors,” Simon said. “The conference is one tool we have to let the community know about housing options.” Another workshop in the “exploring options” track concerns “Financial Planning for CCRCs,” where Esther Szabo, of KK Wealth Advisors will talk about affordable options. A quick rule of thumb for determining affordability, Sharbrough said, is people should have 1.5 to 2 times the entry fee in assets as
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well as 1.5 to 2 times the monthly fee in income. The one area of senior housing that is not covered in the conference is subsidized housing, Simon said, but periodic events are offered at Avenidas dealing with low-income housing. The conference is co-sponsored by Nancy Goldcamp, a Realtor with Coldwell Banker, Palo Alto, and the Oshman Family Jewish Community Center. N Associate Editor Carol Blitzer can be emailed at cblitzer@ paweekly.com. (continued on page 43)
Where to live?
Seniors face choices of staying where they are or finding a new community
Kaye Sharbrough, left, a senior housing referral specialist with Senior Seasons, and Peggy Simon, an information and assistance specialist, social work services, with Avenidas, will be speaking at the senior housing conference on March 23.
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What the conference covers Walter Bortz, M.D., will offer the keynote address, â€œDare to Be 100!,â€? at 9 a.m., followed by three sessions in three themed tracks. The housing conference schedule includes: If you have decided to sell your home and move: Session 1: Mastering the Four â€˜Pâ€™s of Home Selling, Nancy Goldcamp, Realtor Session 2: Create Beauty and Order in Your Home, Kit Davey, A Fresh Look Session 3: Co-Housing & Intentional Communities, Diana Bloch, Greenwave of East Palo Alto; Raines Cohen, Co-housing regional organizer; Sanda Everett, San Mateo Ecovillage and Co-Housing If you have decided to stay in your home: Session 1: Financing Your Future, Carla Cumpston, CFPÂŽ, Edward Jones Session 2: Increasing Home Safety through Modifications and Technology, Susan Ayers Walker, Smart Silvers; Martin Simenc, Home Safety Services Session 3: Forever Happy, Forever Home, Vickie Epstein, Avenidas Village; Iris Harrell and Genie Nowicki, Harrell Remodeling If you are still exploring your options: Session 1: Basic Training for Savvy Explorers, Kaye Sharbrough, Senior Seasons; Peggy Simon, Avenidas Session 2: Assisted Living in the Bay Area, Priscila Arzate, Sunrise of Sunnyvale; Mary Lou Marshall, Palo Alto Commons; Alisa Mallari Tu, Gordon Manor Session 3: Financial Planning for CCRCs, Esther Szabo, KK Wealth Advisors N What: Housing Conference When: Saturday, March 23, 8:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Where: Oshman Family Jewish Community Center, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto Cost: $50 Info: 650-289-5435 or www.avenidas.org
HOME SALES Home sales are provided by California REsource, a real estate information company that obtains the information from the County Recorderâ€™s Office. Information is recorded from deeds after the close of escrow and published within four to eight weeks.
Atherton 346 Greenoaks Drive C. & T. Marcus to T. Kailath for $4,475,000 on 2/20/13; previous sale 4/00, $5,500,000
SALES AT A GLANCE Atherton
Total sales reported: 1 Lowest sales price: $4,475,000 Highest sales price: $$4,475,000
Total sales reported: 6 Lowest sales price: $720,000 Highest sales price: $1,825,000
Total sales reported: 5 Lowest sales price: $1,200,000 Highest sales price: $1,967,000
Total sales reported: 11 Lowest sales price: $325,000 Highest sales price: $2,000,000 Source: California REsource
Los Altos 660 Berry Ave. Collinson Trust to C. & M. Wang for $1,328,000 on 2/21/13; previous sale 7/97, $626,000 540 Los Altos Ave. Parekh Trust to R. & C. Sage for $1,640,000 on 2/20/13; previous sale 8/11, $1,640,000 1746 Selig Lane C. & A. Lohman to Williamson Trust for $1,967,000 on 2/21/13; previous sale 1/06, $1,310,000 276 S. Springer Road Tripiano Trust to J. Chu for $1,200,000 on 2/26/13 470 Valley View Drive Vanmeter Trust to R. Wilmer for $1,900,000 on 2/20/13
Menlo Park 513 8th Ave. J. Madden to R. Kruger for $810,000 on 2/15/13; previous sale 10/12, $775,000 739 San Benito Ave. M. & J. Woong to L. Nagar for $800,000 on 2/13/13; previous sale 8/10, $619,000 308 Waverley St. H. & R. Mortensen to Chen Trust for $1,825,000 on 2/15/13 312 Waverley St. H. & R. Mortensen to Chen Trust for $1,825,000 on 2/15/13 21 Willow Road #32 R. Mueller to P. & K. Lam for $720,000 on 2/20/13
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1020 Windermere Ave. R. Khosla to J. Lin for $1,100,000 on 2/14/13; previous sale 5/10, $790,000
Mountain View 436 Beaume Court Heckler Family Trust to Q. Li for $757,000 on 2/22/13; previous sale 12/04, $625,000 1432 Brookdale Ave. S. & L. Grubb to E. & Y. Garten for $2,000,000 on 2/20/13 11 Cassandra Way S. Rousseau to A. Brisker for $542,000 on 2/22/13; previous sale 11/85, $118,000 505 Cypress Point Drive #129 J. Zeballos to P. & M. Sheppard for $325,000 on 2/20/13; previous sale 8/99, $164,000 183 Del Medio Ave. #216 Jarre Trust to S. & K. Sunkara for $360,000 on 2/20/13; previous sale 11/91, $130,000 140 Horizon Ave. Valerio Trust to S. & D. Joshi for $845,000 on 2/25/13; previous sale 5/87, $185,000 101 E. Middlefield Road #2 S. White to J. Luo for $486,000 on 2/22/13; previous sale 9/98, $219,000 202 Montebello Ave. #16 Herzog Trust to M. Vanbiesbrouch for $645,000 on 2/22/13; previous sale 9/10, $565,000 217 Orchard Glen Court J.
Panzer to Y. Dong for $985,000 on 2/22/13; previous sale 5/07, $950,000 517 Preston Drive K. Brinkman to R. Hsu for $1,612,000 on 2/21/13; previous sale 12/04, $1,125,000 955 Trophy Drive A. Manning to S. Ben-Yair for $1,405,000 on 2/20/13
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