Seniors serenaded by 99-year-old
Tips on aging healthfully, mental health, talking to a physician about memory issues, and managing legal problems after money runs out were part of a Sept. 1 “Answers for Older Kansans” program in Marion.
Vendors shared information and visited with the 40 seniors who attended.
Peabody resident Bob Delk, 99, played guitar during a catered lunch. Cellist Susan Mayo and pianist Steve Hanneman performed with Delk while some women in attendance danced to old-time music.
Among the speakers were Erin Yelland, interim director at Kansas State University Center on Aging; psychiatrist Tina Mahal, older adult services director for Prairie View in Newton; program specialist Denise Vann of the Alzheimer’s Association of Central and Western Kansas; and Paul Shipp of Flint Hills Legal Services.
The conference was sponsored by North Central Flint Hills Area Agency on Aging.
Last modified Sept. 8, 2021