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Private Consultations at The Providence Fairfax

09/22/2020 to 09/24/2020

8280 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive, Suite 600, Fairfax, VA 22031

Immerse yourself in invigorating wellness, join the vibrancy of local culture, and merge a spirited lifestyle of unexpected luxury with innovative care when you join us at The Providence Fairfax. Enjoy select beverages and light fare during a private one-on-one consultation at our Leasing Gallery at 8280 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive, Suite 600, Fairfax, or join us for a live virtual video consultation via the platform of your choice. Call 571-396-0500 to RSVP by September 18 and begin your wellness journey today. Spaces reserve quickly and are available during these three select dates between 9:00am and 6:00pm: Tuesday, September 22; Wednesday, September 23; Thursday, September 24.

Of Substance: Stoop Storytelling Event

09/22/2020 to 09/22/2020

online, online, MD online

Join us for a virtual Stoop show featuring compelling stories and a special musical performance by Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, American Idol Top 10 Finalist! Hear from people whose lives were changed by drugs and alcohol — the thrills, the perils, the regrets, and the struggles. Their stories may be funny, sad, or serious…but they’re all true. There will be an opportunity for Q&A with the storytellers. Streaming LIVE from Creative Alliance! Join the watch party on Stoop Storytelling Facebook Live and simulcast on the Facebook pages of the partner organizations. Learn more at: Event Partners: Jewish Community Services, Behavioral Health System Baltimore, Catholic Charities, MedStar Health, Baltimore Jewish Council, Maryland Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence, NAMI Metro Baltimore, Goucher College, Creative Alliance, and Baltimore Magazine. Support also provided by The Marilyn and David Carp Philanthropic Fund and The Joan G. Klein Fund for Substance Use Disorders. Learn more at:

AGING MATTERS radio program

09/22/2020 to 09/22/2020

2701-C Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22201

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, many older adults have relied on technology more than usual. For many, it's a main source of communication – Zoom meetings, photo exchanges on FaceTime, and family conversations on Facebook. Not every older adult, however, has access to or is able to use these tools to support daily living and well being at home. On AGING MATTERS this Tuesday, Sept 22 at 2:00 pm on WERA-LP 96.7 FM, host Cheryl Beversdorf talks with Diane Murphy, PhD, Director, School of Technology and Innovation, Marymount University, about the digital divide, difficulties of digital technology for older adults, and how it can benefit and enhance their lives during COVID-19. If outside the listening area, visit and click on LISTEN LIVE/DOWNLOAD THE STREAM. To hear all AGING MATTERS radio programs, visit To view AGING MATTERS TV Show episodes, visit YouTube Channel: and click VIDEOS.

Neck Pain and Cervical Disc Replacement

09/23/2020 to 09/23/2020

Online via Zoom, Washington, DC 20016

The Gildenhorn Institute of Bone and Joint Health is pleased to present a free live webinar on Neck Pain and Cervical Disc Replacement with Michael Goldsmith, MD. Dr. Goldsmith is a board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of spinal conditions. Please click this URL to register for the webinar: Passcode: 225425 Or join by phone: 301-715-8592.

Transportation Options in Montgomery County: a Virtual Program

09/23/2020 to 09/23/2020

3500 Olney-Laytonsville Road, Olney, MD 20832

The Connect-A-Ride (CAR) Program is a free information and referral program that helps adults, age 50 or older, and disabled adults of all ages, find the transportation they need for travel to medical services, grocery shopping, errands, and social activities, as well as for other needs. The Connect-A-Ride program is administered by the Jewish Council for the Aging (JCA) and is funded by Montgomery County Government. For more information to attend this virtual program please click on this link,

Free Online Class: Social Media 101 – Getting Connected, Tips and Tricks

09/23/2020 to 09/23/2020

Online Virtual Event, Silver Spring, MD 20915

Want to learn how to get started using social media or just need a refresher of the basics? Then this class is just what you need! Jessica Gandhi is a marketing professional with over 10 years of experience in social media, brand marketing, and promotions. Staying connected to friends and family is more important than ever these days. And using social media is a fun and engaging way to stay connected, get to know new people, and learn new things. This class will cover the very basics of social media including an overview of the social media landscape, how to get connected, and social media etiquette, tips and tricks. MATERIALS NEEDED: Smart Phone, Computer (optional). SIGN UP: