Limited Capacity: 86 spots available
Do you need to talk to your family about what will happen to you and your home if you lose independence? Or are you concerned about the future of an aging parent but don't know how to start a conversation?
Sig Cohen, will discuss how and when to have those talks plus other topics like planning and transparency.
Cheverly Village hosts this multi-generational program and all are welcome. Please register to receive Zoom information.
Carolyn Parr—daughter, wife, and mother—has also been a judge, pastor, mediator, workshop leader, nonprofit founder, and family caregiver. She co-authored her late husband Jerry Parr's memoir, In The Secret Service (2013) and has been published in USA Today, Redbud Post, Ready Magazine, and Englewood Review. She lives on Spa Creek in Annapolis with her husband, James Le Gette.
A former foreign service officer, Sig Cohen has worked as a mediator, fundraiser, and community organizer. He has mediated cases for both the DC Superior Court and in private practice for more than fifteen years. In 1999 he and his wife, Susan, founded the Hill Havurah, a thriving Jewish community in Washington, DC where he resides. He holds a BS from the University of Pennsylvania and an MA from the University of Chicago. He is the father of two and grandfather of three.