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Published On 12/11/2014
The Good Neighbors Project was featured in an article on Aging-in-Place by the Brooklyn Reader.
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Published On 12/10/2014
Monthly newsletter for December 2014!
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Published On 11/6/2014
Charles M Blow event reviewed
Next 2 monthly meetings Dates, Locations and Agenda posted
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article September 2013 about the meeting
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Published On 6/29/2014
Progress Report
Current Volunteer opportunities
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ANNOUNCEMENT: Membership Dues

Published On 8/23/2018
Good Neighbors is a private, membership-based nonprofit organization that connects older members of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill to local resources to help them continue living autonomously in their own homes. Its aim is to empower and assist local seniors who may otherwise end up in retirement communities for lack of support at home, giving members, aged 60 and older, access to social events, exercise groups, volunteer helpers, referrals and neighborhood discounts.
Seniors are a growing segment of the population, but services are lagging behind. In part, ageing and growing frail has been regarded as vaguely shameful and therefore not to be discussed in polite company. Hidden behind well-meaning HIPPA and other privacy rules are in fact many disturbing surprises and difficulties built into the system that become apparent only when someone is less capable of advocating on one’s own behalf. As we learn of these practices, we can provide guidance that strengthens resilience and cont
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