Continuous Learning

ASK A LAWYER

Friday, May 17 | 10am to 12pm - Carlisle Town Hall

Elder Law attorney Philip Arcidiacono offers free 30-minute private legal consultations at Town Hall. Contact us at 978-371-2895 or coash@carlislema.gov to book an appointment by Wednesday, May 15.


Eye and Vision Changes with Aging: Causes, Cures and Compensation.

Wednesday, May 22| 11:30am - Clark Room, Town Hall

Carlisle’s own Dr. Alan Laird Lewis will explain the human visual system and how it changes continuously from birth until the end of life. Not fully developed at birth, the eyes and visual pathways are the most visible and accessible neural structures of the body. This talk will focus (pun intended) on the changes, both good and bad, that occur throughout life and how they affect visual performance and health. Alan Laird Lewis, O.D., Ph.D. is a past-president of the United States National Committee of the International Commission on Illumination (CIE), the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), and the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry. He served as a consultant to the Transportation Research Board of the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine and to the Pacific Northwest National Laboratories. Register by Monday, May 20.


 

Meet the “Bee Whisperer”

Wednesday, June 5 | 11:00 am

Clark Room, Town Hall

Join us for this special program with Ken Warchol, a Massachusetts state Bee Inspector, who will share his heartwarming and engaging presentation on the honeybee. Ken is a 6th generation caretaker of bees.

His program “The Role of the Honeybee in Our Environment” brings you inside a beehive to better understand the mysterious social insect, challenges it faces, and the role it plays in humanity’s survival. Ken also brings samples of a variety of his honey for everyone to taste. Come find out why Ken is known as the “Bee Whisperer”. Register by Monday, June 3 at 978-371-2895 or coahs@carlislema.gov


Protecting your house when a nursing home is in your future

Monday, June 10| 1:00pm

Clark Room, Town Hall

Your house could be subject to a lien if MassHealth pays for your nursing home care. We will discuss options to preserve your biggest asset when you apply for MassHealth funding.

Philip Arcidiacono is an attorney who specializes in Elder Law. He is principal of Archdeacon Law Associates with offices in Concord and Lunenburg, Massachusetts. Register by Friday, June 7 at 978-371-2895 or coahs@carlislema.gov


Advanced video techniques on iPhone and iPad

Wednesday, June 11| 1:30pm

Clark Room, Town Hall

Kevin Figueroa, founder of KevTech Services, will dive deeper into different video-taking techniques and more features of the iPhone that help capture high-quality videos. Practice taking and editing different types of videos like slo-mo videos, time lapses, and more. Register by June 10 at 978-371-2895 or coahs@carlislema.gov.


Scams Prevention

Tuesday, June 18 | 1:00pm

St. Irene Parish Hall

Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is the principle investigative arm of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.  One of HSI’s primary missions is to protect the public from crimes of victimization, strategically targeting and investigating individuals and networks that engage in financial scams impacting vulnerable populations.  This presentation will cover some of the common scams targeting older individuals and what to do if you become a target.   

Register by Friday, June 14 at 978-371-2895 or coahs@carlislema.gov