Being Invisible to Each Other

Being invisible to each other – We can do better. Recently, we convened a CircleTalk™ circle at a large apartment building where many of the residents had been neighbors for a long time. After our second group, I observed two of the men (Circle members) waiting for the elevator to get back to their respective […]

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What makes life significant?

In 2014 Atul Gwande published his seminal book on end of life values and perspectives by the medical establishment. Let’s return to this except from the introduction and ask: Are we making headway in the fight to disrupt what is referred to as “the terror of isolation”? At CircleTalk, we believe that connection, belonging and […]

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Aging OUT LOUD

A ubiquitous call, finally.  At CircleTalk, there is something in the air. Organizations and companies serving older adults are reaching out to us from many directions with the same concern: how can we offer new opportunities for meaningful engagement for our clients, residents and customers? How can we build community and connection? This month, The Gerontological […]

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Mastering the Art of Connection For Seniors

Is it really possible to provide a “program” that will build a foundation for belonging, connection and community for older adults? You bet it is! Join us in a day of personal and professional growth as you learn the CircleTalk Method. The CircleTalk Leader Course is on Friday, December 1, 2017 in Boulder Colorado. CircleTalk […]

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CircleTalk featured in ‘The Healthy Caregiver’ Blog

The Healthy Caregiver Blog is a an online resource dedicated to maintaining a healthy body and mind while acting as a caregiver. The blog is written by Barbra Cohn, the author of the book Calmer Waters: The Caregiver’s Journey Through Alzheimer’s and Dementia. ‘The Healthy Caregiver’ recently recognized CircleTalk for the work we are doing to keep aging […]

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