ishing through transitions, self defense for seniors, senior fitness and even a virtual dementia tour. In addition to break-out workshops, there will be opportunities for participants to have lunch and to visit vendor tables to gather additional information on aging issues and services. Keynote speaker Lynn H. Sanchez, a mental health advocate, will present Wine Isn’t the Only Thing That Improves With Age ~ an insightful and lighthearted discussion about our personal aging journey. She states, “We will take a look at the physical and emotional energy needed to transition into our next phase of life.” Sanchez, who lives in Easton, has worked tirelessly as a mental health advocate on the Shore. She attended Florida State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in child development and a master of education degree in mental retardation. She has served on the faculty of Chesapeake College and has served as site coordinator of Talbot Touchpoints Project
and concerned residents will provide presentations and discussions on the issues that seniors face today, including health and wellness, technology, staying active and transitioning in life. TCC, a nonprofit arm of the Talbot County Department of Social Services, has the mission of raising and distributing funds to answer unmet needs that are fundamental to the safety, security, health and well-being of Talbot County’s children and adults. These needs cross all economic levels. The Senior Summit will include workshops on downsizing, flour-
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