Express yourself at Keswick’s New Creative Arts Studio
Designed for Baltimore’s Older Adults – All skill levels welcome!
Just bring your imagination and be ready to engage your creative brain.
Projects will utilize various media, textiles and fabrics in a 10 week creative art workshop.
When: Fridays, October 7 — December 9, 2016. 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Where: Keswick. 700 W 40th St, Baltimore, MD 21211
For more information and to register, contact: 410-662-4363 or CommunityHealth@Keswick-Multicare.org. Workshop facilitated by (MICA) Maryland Institute College of Art Graduate Fellow and Artist.
BALTIMORE (August 17, 2016) – Carmel Roques, CEO of Keswick, a campus and community-based healthcare organization in Baltimore, has been appointed to the Maryland Commission on Aging. The Maryland Commission on Aging, appointed by Governor Larry Hogan, is a proactive body that provides statewide leadership on diverse senior issues and advocates for practical solutions.
Roques is an accomplished health care executive with more than 30 years’ experience leading and repositioning senior living organizations. Her areas of expertise include community health, palliative care, strategic planning, organizational development and culture change, with clinical expertise in brain health and dementia. She is a licensed nursing home administrator (Maryland and Virginia) and licensed clinical social worker.
Roques was sworn in to this appointed position on August 1, 2016.
The community health division of Keswick Multi-Care Center, a senior residential-based health care system, has named Ron Diegelman, Michael Meredith, Joseph “Joey” Nichols, James Selba and Deborah Tillett to its board of directors.
Read More: http://thedailyrecord.com/2016/08/16/ron-diegelman-michael-meredith-joseph-joey-nichols-james-selba-and-deborah-tiller-keswick-community-board/
Join us for networking/educational sessions open to members of The Association of Professional Chaplains and The American Society on Aging.
Reverend Medgar L. Reid
Spiritual Care Services Director, Keswick
Reverend Rhonda S. Cooper
Chaplain Johns Hopkins Maryland/Washington, DC State Representative for the Association of Professional Chaplains
These small weekly gatherings were created to provide encouragement in a congenial environment to those who professionally encourage others. We all know that when someone encourages you, that person helps you over a threshold you might otherwise never have crossed on your own.
4:00 – 5:00 pm
For more information, please call 410-662-4257
This 6-week program will teach you how to manage symptoms of Diabetes by taking control of your health.
Sept. 19th, 26th
Oct. 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th
Mondays, 1:00-3:30 pm
Last class is October 24, 10 am – 12:30 pm
(Note change in class time)
Christ Church Harbor Apts
600 Light Street, Baltimore MD 21230
The FREE program includes 15 hours of workshops and materials
Register Now! Space Is Limited
Discussions Will Include:
• Nutrition and Healthy Eating
• Monitoring Blood Pressure
• Skin and Foot Care
• Prevention and Exercise
• Stress Management