June 15 and 16, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm on Zoom
Join us for two days of learning and discussion about reframing aging, building communities of belonging, designing the post pandemic village, and financial sustainability.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced villages’ value as lifelines to the vital connections, services, and expertise that support healthy aging. It has also changed how we do business. The “new normal” will require our collective ingenuity, passion, and hard work. Let’s take some time to reimagine our villages and our movement, and celebrate our resilience.
REIMAGINE will combine high-quality presentations with breakout sessions to help you integrate what you’ve heard. provide time to connect with colleagues, and have fun.
In the midst of COVID-19, wildfires, and power shutoffs, California’s Villages continue to provide the community, supports, and expertise older adults rely on to live confidently and independently in the places they call home.
Watch our new video about the value Villages bring to members, volunteers, families, and communities.
Discover all the ways you can collaborate with Village Movement California to build innovative, community-based solutions that empower older adults to remain in charge of their lives as they age.
Expanding the possibilities for aging well means engaging new partners. Villages provide critically important supports and services to help their members stay healthy and out of the hospital. When health care organizations and villages enter into mutually beneficial partnerships, members gain access to a wider array of services and support, and villages can prosper by attracting new supporters.
When villages join forces, their united voice becomes bigger and stronger. Villages and Age-Friendly Cities share a vision for creating a world in which we would like to grow older. The World Health Organization’s Global Network for Age-Friendly Cities and Communities now includes more than 540 communities across the world. Three of them are in the San Francisco Bay Area and home to thriving villages.
Pasadena Village is not a place to live but a way to live. Our members build strong, supportive relationships through a rich array of member-led programs and activities that help us remain engaged and productive, while making new friends. We are committed to reflecting the richness and diversity of our neighborhoods. We share a mutual goal to have fun, learn and help each other.