Lunch and Learn Presentations
Lunch and Learn presentations at our Bayview location occur Tuesdays from 12:30 pm to 1:30pm. These free, no-charge events are open to the public.
Lunch is optional and served from 11:45am to 12:30pm. For lunch, suggested donation:
- $6 for 60+ seniors and $8 for other ages
View the Nutrition portion of this site for information on what will be served for lunch.
May 28. Veterans Benefits, VA Healthcare & Veterans Transportation Program
Whidbey Veterans Resource Center members will present information to help Veterans access benefits and healthcare services both at the VA and with local providers. The WVRC hosts a van to the VA weekly, with assistance while at the VA. A professional counselor and Veteran is available at no cost, by appointment at the WVRC at the South Whidbey Community Center in Langley. Come learn more about Veterans benefits, for yourself or a friend!
June 4. Becoming Beatrice
Whidbey Island author Frances Wood will talk about her first novel, Becoming Beatrice, a compelling coming-of-age story of friendship, romance, multiculturalism, bullying, and overcoming personal challenges. The story is based on the life of Frances’ great-grandmother, a pioneer school teacher in Snohomish, Washington.
June 11. What Do You Want to Learn About?
The ISR (Bayview) Lunch & Learn series wants your ideas about what you want to learn, experience and enjoy at our Lunch & Learn sessions. Janice O’Mahony, Board Member of South Whidbey at Home, and Cheryn Weiser, Executive Director, of Island Senior Resources, will use this session to gather ideas and input so we bring forward what you most want to learn.
June 18. Island Senior Resources Strategic Plan 2019-2021
Executive Director, Cheryn Weiser will give an overview of what we learned from our communities and the community outcomes and strategies.
June 25. Long Term Care Continuum and Dementia
Sean O’Neill, Careage of Whidbey Administrator, will discuss the Alzheimer and Dementia disease process, what role each level of the long term care continuum plays in providing care to that population, current resources available in our community, and how a diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimers can prevent an individual from qualifying for mental health services.
Additional Lunch and Learn events occur at our Coupeville location.
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