Forever Dublin: Medicare 201: High Level Overview & Online Exploration of Medicare.gov

Kendra Buford of the Ohio Department of Insurance will present an overview of Medicare and various plans. She will demonstrate how to go online and compare plans to help you determine which plan is best for you. You will have the opportunity to practice navigating the medicare.gov website.

All Forever Dublin presentations are free, but we do require registration. Please register online at www.foreverdublin.com/events, email us at foreverdublinhub@syntero.org or Beth Baker, the Forever Dublin Navigator at 614.940.3053. Space may be limited for some presentations.

Forever Dublin: 2nd Annual Plant Swap & Share Event

Join the Dublin Garden Club, Barbara Ray, Dublin’s Nature Education Coordinator, and a representative from the Franklin County Soil & Water Division for this day of “gardening.” Swap or just share both indoor and outdoor plants, starters or seeds that you have. Barbara Ray will present pollinator garden designs that you can incorporate in your garden. Learn about composting and
how to install a rain barrel at your home. Bring plants to share in containers and labeled for easy identification.

All Forever Dublin presentations are free, but we do require registration. Please register online at www.foreverdublin.com/events, email us at foreverdublinhub@syntero.org or Beth Baker, the Forever Dublin Navigator at 614.940.3053. Space may be limited for some presentations.

Triple P: Fall Five-Week Course Commencement

For parents and caregivers (grandparents, other relatives, guardians, etc.) of children from birth through first grade. Learn how to get more of the behavior you like from your children and less of what you don’t.

Classes will cover:

  • What causes kids’ behaviors
  • Setting goals for change
  • Tips on how to reconnect with your child and build your positive relationship
  • Giving directions kids are likely to follow
  • Recognizing progress and planning for the future

Each participant will also have three one-on-one phone/in-person sessions with the group leaders to make the information really work for their families.

Location: Virtual via Zoom

Dates: September 13, 20 and 27 and October 4 and 11

 

Forever Dublin: Guided Patient Services: Patient Advocacy & Medical Navigation

Good healthcare depends on effective communication with your doctor and other healthcare professionals. Do you feel adequately prepared for medical appointments? Are you comfortable during them and satisfied with the outcome? If you feel there is room for improvement or enhancements, Dr. Annette Ticoras of Guided Patient Services will share strategies and recommendation to maximize communication with healthcare providers.

All Forever Dublin presentations are free, but we do require registration. Please register online at www.foreverdublin.com/events, email us at foreverdublinhub@syntero.org or Beth Baker, the Forever Dublin Navigator at 614.940.3053. Space may be limited for some presentations.

Forever Dublin: Program 60: OSU’s Lifelong Learning Opportunity

Join Lauren Feyh, OSU Program 60 Coordinator, for an informative presentation on the tuition-free programs connecting you to The Ohio State University’s course of academic excellence and world-renowned research opportunities. Program 60 courses are offered as non-credit, non-degree programs, and participants attend with instructor permission when space is available to audit undergraduate and/or graduate level coursework. Autumn term registration is July 19 – Aug. 16. Don’t miss this overview of Program 60. Course enrollment is Aug. 2 – Sept. 2.

All Forever Dublin presentations are free, but we do require registration. Please register online at www.foreverdublin.com/events, email us at foreverdublinhub@syntero.org or Beth Baker, the Forever Dublin Navigator at 614.940.3053. Space may be limited for some presentations.

Forever Dublin: Preventing Senior Scams

Join us for a very informative workshop presented by the Ohio Attorney General’s office where you will learn about some of the latest and most common scams targeting older Ohioans.

The Ohio Attorney General’s office wants to prevent costly scams perpetrated against older citizens. Scammers use a variety of tactics to make their offers seem legitimate. Their initial contact usually occurs by telephone, letters, door-to-door solicitations, fliers, e-mails and phony websites. They often try to convince consumers to send them money or give personal information, such as back account numbers and Social Security numbers. A Dublin city policy officer will be on hand to share how victims of a scam can file a police report.

Boxed lunch will be provided by Forever Dublin, and it’s all free!

Space is limited, so please reserve your spot by Thursday, May 19th. Register online at foreverdublin.com/events, call 614.889.5722 x810 or email foreverdublinhub@synstero.org to register.

Forever Dublin is a partnership between the City of Dublin and Syntero aimed at providing resources for residents to make Dublin their forever home.

Note: This event is not sponsored by, nor affiliated with, the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. The Ohio Attorney General’s office does not endorse or recommend Forever Dublin or any products or services affiliated with Forever Dublin.