The Palisades Alliance for Seniors program will meet at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 21 in the Palisades Branch Library, and will continue a discussion on senior living options. Led by Palisadian Mike Kafka, a longtime executive in the senior housing industry, the meeting will address “Assisted Living Choices, Continuing Care Communities, and the Interface with Adult Children.”
The Dec. 5 programming has been changed in response to an unsettling incident that occurred at the “Ballot Measures” program on Oct. 24.
Those present at that meeting should know that the knowledgeable speaker had a serious health mishap, not recognized at the time, that temporarily rendered her unable to provide cogent analysis.
Audience members had a sense that something was wrong, but did not identify the problem or intervene. In response to that disturbing experience, the “Low Tech Solutions” program previously scheduled for that date will be postponed. That program will be replaced by “When Stroke, TIA, or TGA Symptoms Present as Confu- sion: How to Recognize and Respond.”
Visit for Palisadesalliance.org for more information.