Austin, TX, August 31, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- As the population ages, more and more senior citizens and their caregiver families are faced with the challenges unique to the Twenty First Century. The Austin Senior Resource Alliance is a group of Austin area professionals who are dedicated to finding the best solutions for the senior community.
“We were looking for an opportunity to celebrate our seniors and National Senior Citizens’ Day provided a perfect opportunity,” says Austin Senior Resource Alliance founder, Cyndi Cummings.
Not only did the luncheon celebrate Senior Citizens as a whole but it featured a few very special honorees. Nominations were made by senior living communities around Austin that wanted to recognize the most outstanding members of their communities. These communities include: Conservatory at North Austin, Brookdale-Spicewood, Parkwood Meadows, Silverado Memory Care-Onion Creek, Longhorn Village, Querencia Barton Creek, Village on the Park Onion Creek, Silverado Memory Care-Bee Cave, Lakeline Oaks Retirement Community, The Clairmont Retirement Community and Elan Southpark Meadows
“I had the chance to chat with many of the nominees to find out more about what makes each of them special. Each one of them has an exceptional love of service to their fellow seniors and each has a unique and fascinating life story. I want to encourage Austenite’s to see the importance of our senior population, especially those we honored at our luncheon,” says Cummings.
The speaker for the event was Amy Temperley, founder of Aging is Cool. Her message for the over 100 attendees was “Aging Can Be Cool: Making Your Golden Years the Best of Your Life.”
The sponsors for this event included Austin Senior Resource Alliance, Kitchen Table Conversations, Alzheimer’s Texas, The Cummings Team, Turnkey Transitions, Longhorn Village, Querencia Barton Creek, Village on the Park at Onion Creek, Austin Home Transitions and WellMed.
For further information visit: www.SeniorCitizensDay.com