Free Program for Seniors on May 23

Palisades Alliance for Seniors, in conjunction with the Palisades Branch Library, will offer free programs to seniors on the second and fourth Monday morning of every month, from 10:30 a.m. to noon. The programs will feature a speaker or a facilitated discussion and will be held in the community room.

The next meeting will be held on May 23 and a USC researcher Elizabeth Hagood, a doctoral candidate at Davis School of Gerontology at USC and a member of that school’s Healthy Aging Lab will speak about “Happiness and Vitality in our Later Years.”

The meeting on Monday, June 13, will feature a social worker from the Los Angeles County Adult Protective Services who will speak on “Elder Financial Victimization and Exploitation.”

Palisades Alliance for Seniors is an intergenerational group helping seniors in Pacific Palisades to stay in their own homes and stay connected with their community. Earlier meetings discussed transportation options for seniors. Visit:

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