Registration is required for AARP programs and classes. Please contact Tracy Browand at 703-248-5020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
It’s never too late to take charge of your brain health! In this interactive session, you will learn about the six pillars of a brain-healthy lifestyle, share your brainboosting activities, and be inspired by others. This session is a good overview for anyone interested in improving their brain health and will provide you with actionable steps you can take along with resources to learn more.
Protect Yourself from Fraud and Identity Theft
Con artists don’t care how hard you worked. They steal billions from Americans like you every year. We’re fighting back with the AARP Fraud Watch Network. In this session, we will share an inside look at how scammers think and how to safeguard yourself and your family against identity theft and fraud.
Social Security is one of the most successful and effective social insurance programs in our nation’s history. In this session, we will explain the facets of Social Security (retirement, survivors, and disability benefits), discuss the options for when to claim your retirement benefits, and cover implications of working while collecting benefits. This session is a good overview for anyone interested in Social Security, and is especially useful for people considering their retirement benefit claiming options.
Are you eligible to enroll in Medicare but don’t know where to start? This hour long session will give you an overview of the different parts of Medicare, coverage and costs, and your choices of Medicare plans. This session is a good overview for anyone interested in Medicare and will provide you with resources and tools to learn more.
Registration is required for Marymount programs and classes. Please contact Tracy Browand at 703-248-5020 or email email@example.com to register.
How do early African American novels address the horrors of slavery and racism while simultaneously imagining what black freedom might look like? We will read and discuss two novels over three sessions (see schedule below), learning as well about each author’s biography, historical, social, and political contexts, and the ways each writer works within and employs various literary traditions and genres. The novels below are available online at Amazon or at local bookstores or can be checked out at our local library with your library card. For checking out books, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This session is designed for seniors who have an iPhone and want to know more about how to use it effectively and securely, whether for communication, playing games, or the many free apps that allow them to use the phone to support their health, welfare, safety, and leisure. Students must use their own phones (fairly current) and be prepared to use Internet resources to identify, search, and download apps. The session will also cover iPhone settings to ensure your safety and security.
We will discuss the current trends in the Medicare Program, proposed changes that may be expected, and future directions. Mr. Lavanty teaches Healthcare Policy in Marymount University’s Masters in Healthcare Management Program and is the author of the book, “The Political the Waters of Conflicting Policy”.
Registration is required for Wellness programs. Contact Dianne Duke at 703-324-7721 or Dianne.email@example.com to register.
Join us for this dynamic and informative 6-week workshop series that addresses the needs of individuals with Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes. Learn about: Healthy blood sugar levels; Meal Planning; Staying Active; Managing Stress; Healthy Eating; and how to support others managing Diabetes. The class meets weekly for 2 hours. Led by two Certified Instructors.
Do you have Arthritis, High Blood Pressure, or Chronic Pain? Join us for this informative 6-week workshop series that addresses effective symptom management. Learn about: Managing pain and fatigue; Getting better sleep; Staying Active; Managing Stress; Healthy Eating; and how to give support to others. Class meets weekly for 1 hour.