Community Ideathon (Part 2)

Orange County
Tue, Jun 25, 2019, 10:00 AM (PDT)

Orange County

The Orange County Strategic Plan for Aging has a goal to tackle the issues around social isolation. In partnership with the Aging2.0 Orange County Chapter and the City of Mission Viejo Community and Senior Center, we will be again looking at social isolation and ways that we can combat the challenges using innovations and technology. We will be looking at ways to design WITH older adults in our community. Friendly visitors, case managers, older adults, local organizations, technology-minded folks are all invited to attend this free event.  EVERYONE is welcome! If you are interested in being a table facilitator, participating as a volunteer, or to be a designated vendor at the event, please email the Aging2.0 Orange County Chapter team at orangecounty@aging2.com. 

Keynote Speaker

  • Ellen Young

    Ellen Young

    Irvine Health Foundation / Aging2.0

    Vice President

    With an eclectic background including 14 years as a middle school English teacher and coach, creating an event planning company with 200+ events in her portfolio, and then spending a few years corralling a team of creative engineers in unconventional commercial real estate, Ellen is now the Vice President of the Irvine Health Foundation, a foundation focused on technology-enabled healthy liv...

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  • When

    Tuesday, Jun 25
    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PDT)

    Where

    Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center
    24932 Veterans Way Mission Viejo92692

    Host

  • Melanie McGrane

    Melanie McGrane

    City of Mission Viejo

    Community Services Coordinator

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