Webinars & Other Events for Older Adults
Offered by partner organizations, agencies, and other friends.


The NYC Department for the Aging has added a new page to their website with upcoming events. Current listings include Live talks by NYSOFA Director Greg Olsen on various topics (1/13, 1/20, 1/27); What's Cooking With Wendy? Lentil & Barley Soup (1/21).

Visit the events page here for details and registration links.


MAKING PAIN LESS OF A PAIN: Non-Pharmacological Approaches to Pain Management (see flyer)

Wednesday, January 19 • 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

At the time of the program, join via Zoom at this link: SHORTURL.AT/BHKZS.


A webinar presented by NYU Langone in collaboration with the Department for the Aging among others as the Engagement in Longevity and Medicine (ELM) project. Why do we feel pain? What can be done to reduce pain? How to manage pain without medication. Selecting pain management interventions. Speaker: Dr. Ericka N. Merriwether,PT, DPT, PhD.


CARING FOR SOMEONE WITH MEMORY LOSS? Managing Behaviors Related to Memory Loss: A Person-Centered Approach (see flyer)

Monday, January 31, 2022 • 11:00 am – 12:00 pm • On Zoom
Speaker: Lauren Volkmer, LMSW
Director of Services for Older AdultsFamily Health Centers at NYU Langone
To register for this free, interactive Zoom presentation, please call 347-377-5471 or email melania.brown@nyulangone.org. Zoom details will be provided upon registration.



​​MONDAYS at 5:30 pm

Visit the NY Project Hope website for details.

NY Project Hope offers a new Grieving and Healing Online Wellness Group which provides a safe space to help you face the challenges that come with the grief and loss associated with the Coronavirus. Join to receive support and discuss experiences such as the loss of a loved one, diminished social support, the loss of employment and other related topics. Our online wellness groups are open to everyone; no registration is needed. The groups are free, confidential and anonymous.

For more information about all of the NY Project Hope Online Wellness Groups, visit nyprojecthope.org/wellnessgroups.

Watch Anytime!

Katarina Bartel, Program Coordinator of Connect-to-Vaccine, presented about the vaccination and Bay Ridge Center's Connect- to-Vaccine program for the Sept. 22 Senior Issues, Housing, Health and Welfare Committee meeting.


PSS Life University Webinars on PSS YouTube Channel



Topics include (with more added regularly):

  • GrowNYC At-Home: Plants Make Food, Food Makes Plants

  • Chat with the Expert: The “Smart Seniors” Program: common scams and frauds that target older adults

  • Financing Long-Term Care

  • Chat with the Expert: Financial Roadmap to Wellness

  • Facebook: Tips & Tricks for Older Adults