Community Caregivers offers lunchtime chats

ALBANY COUNTY — Seniors are invited to listen to phone-in presentations and discussions on aging well provided by Community Caregivers.

Talks are every Tuesday to Nov. 10, from 1 to 2 p.m. No access code is required to call the free conference line at 518-992-6661.

Here are the dates and topics:

— Oct 20, Next Step: Discharge Planning from Hospital to Home

Understand the importance of discharge planning to help maintain your health and safety at home and strategies to help prevent hospital readmissions;

— Oct 27, Mindfulness: One Breath to Happiness

Explore how mindfulness can start you on a path to happiness in any situation;

— Nov 3, A New Mindset: Reimagine Aging

Discuss changing the mindset of aging by embracing the challenges, treasuring the memories, becoming a lifelong learner and staying connected; and

— Nov 10, Aging Wisely

Learn how you can help maintain your physical, emotional, and mental health at any age.

If you would prefer to receive a call at 1 p.m. instead of dialing in yourself, please contact Community Caregivers at 518-456-2898 or by email at

More Community news

  • ALBANY COUNTY — Cornell Cooperative Extension of Albany County and the Voorheesville Public Library will present a virtual four-part education series called The Middle Years for parents and caregivers of children from ages 5 to 10.

  • A new course taught by Rabbi David Katz at B’nai Sholom Reform Congregation in Albany will look at the effect of gossip and how individuals and society respond to it.

    “On Gossip” will be offered four Tuesdays beginning Nov. 3, from 10 to 11 a.m. via Zoom.

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