Education and Outreach for the Baltimore County Community
Due to COVID-19, all in-person events are cancelled until further notice. Learn more about our online events for older adults.
We offer free education on a variety of topics related to aging and emotional wellness. Presentations can be tailored to fit your needs, and we are happy to present to anyone (i.e. older adults, caregivers, professionals in any field , public audiences, etc.).
Sample topics include:
- Keeping your brain healthy as you age
- Coping skills workshops
- Dementia Friends Information Session
- Personal stories of recovery
- Positive thinking and mindfulness
- How aging impacts behavioral health
- Conflict resolution
- Peer support and older adults
To schedule a presentation with your group or request a topic that’s not listed above, please contact Casey Saylor, Older Adult Project Manager at email@example.com or 443-901-1550 x213.
We’re also looking for older adults who have lived experience with mental illness or substance use to share their stories, both in person and through written interview. To learn more, contact Casey Saylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-901-1550 x213.
Interested in learning about aging and the brain on your own or with some friends? Consider beginning a discussion group! Check out our Mental Health Later in Life guidebook and Guidebook Study Group. You can download the Guidebook as a pdf or order as many as you need, free of charge. If you’d like some help getting your discussion group rolling, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Check out our calendar for upcoming events on brain health and aging in Baltimore County and around the state.
Free educational resources on aging and brain health are available on our publications page.