“Paper Management for Everyone” subject of February Senior Education Workshop
NASHUA – We deal with an overwhelming amount of incoming information, both paper and electronic. How to weed out what's not important and how (and for how long) to save that information can be an unending battle with each trip to the mailbox or check of your emails.
Solutions are at hand at the February Seniors Education Workshop. Scheduled for Monday, February 8, 2016, the workshop will focus on how to successfully organize the volumes of paperwork and information that consume our lives.
Those who attend the workshop will learn a variety of tools that match their organizational style and allow them to feel confident that their information is organized and accessible.
Carol Martin-Ward of Practical Organizing Solutions is the workshop presenter.
The free workshop begins at 1:00pm at the Nashua Senior Activity Center, 70 Temple St., Nashua.
Please call Beth Todgham, Nashua Community Coordinator for Southern New Hampshire Services at (603) 889-3440 x 132 for more information.
Please note that in case of wintery weather, the Senior Activity Center follows the Nashua schools closing schedule. The workshop will be cancelled if schools are closed or there is a delayed opening on January 11.
Workshop participants are invited to come early and enjoy lunch offered by St. Joseph Community Services (Meals on Wheels) at the Nashua Senior Activity Center. A $2 donation is requested for diners age 60 and over; the price is slightly higher for those under 60. Pre-registration for lunch is required. Call Steve, SJCS site manager, at 882-2106 to reserve your lunch. Lunch is served at 11:45am.
Past workshops have included topics on senior fraud and identity theft, clutter control, the importance of nutrition as you age, and understanding what a loved one with dementia is experiencing. Programs have been filmed by Nashua’ Education Channel 99. They can be viewed on-line at http://nashua.ezstream.com.
Southern New Hampshire Services, ServiceLink Resource Center, the Nashua Public Library, and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services-Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services provide additional support for the workshops.