Join your Watertown neighbors for an interactive presentation from the MIT AgeLab on Tuesday, March 31.
Julie Miller, MSW, will talk about the MIT AgeLab and its research, “Forecast the Aging Future of Generation Y,” and screen/discuss her documentary film, “Vibrant Aging.” The event is open to the public and will run from 7-9 p.m. (6:30 Sign-in) at the Apartments at Coolidge School’s Auditorium, 319 Arlington St., Watertown.
Miller is a Research Associate at the MIT AgeLab and a Lecturer at Northeastern University. Julie’s background in gerontological social work and mixed media production is reflected in her qualitative research. She received her Master’s in Social Work with a concentration in Gerontology from The University of California, Berkeley.
Previously she worked with older adults and their families as a medical social worker at Stanford Medical Center, clinical researcher at Kaiser, and researcher at The University of Connecticut Center on Aging.
Presented by Watertown Community Foundation, WatertownTogether, and the Marshall Home Fund. The auditorium is accessible, and light refreshments will be served. For more information about this free program, call 617-926-1500 or visit: www.watertownfoundation.org