Workshops and Events

Our Anderson Center program shares our accessibility knowledge and experience with you so that you can make your home and community a more accessible place to live. We have trained hundreds of people and look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming seminars!

 

Facebook Livestream: Don’t Stress! 5 tips for an accessible holiday season

November 16, 1:00 pm 

Join us for a Facebook Livestream at 1:00pm, we’ll cover 5 of our favorite tips and tricks for an accessible holiday season! If you can’t make it, don’t worry, an archived recording of this live stream will live on the MAHO Facebook page, and we will answer your questions as they come in!

 

Gift access! 5 great home accessibility gifts

November 23, 1:00 pm

Join us for a Facebook Livestream at 1:00pm, we’ll cover 5 of our favorite gifts that keep on giving, just in time for Black Friday shopping! If you can’t make it, don’t worry, an archived recording of this live stream will live on the MAHO Facebook page, and we will answer your questions as they come in!

 

Don’t Fall! Learn how to prepare your home for safety this winter and beyond

November 30, 7:00 pm

Join MAHO Vice President, Beth Glas, for a workshop covering some of the most common causes of falls and how to prevent them. Registration is required, click the link above to reserve your spot!

 

Aging in Place in the Digital Age: don’t let SMART technology out-smart you! 

December 7, 7:00 pm 

Join MAHO’s Outreach Coordinator, Mara Layne, for a workshop covering SMART technology basics, and how to utilize technology to stay safe in our homes as we age. Registration is required, click the link above to reserve your spot!


Need training now? We take our show on the road (and online!). Listed below are some of our off-site offerings; we can also provide a customized training for your group at our Cotman Vistas location or as a webinar. Click here to download the full menu of workshops and presentations that we can bring to you.

  • Aging in place…on a budget! (for seniors, caregivers, social service professionals)
  • Accessibility 101: Buying and Selling Homes for Seniors and People with Disabilities (for real estate agents)
  • Accessibility 201: Ensuring Client Success at Home (for occupational and physical therapists)
  • Accessibility 301: Understanding Individual Needs (for social workers)
  • Accessibility in Rental Units (for property managers and service coordinators)
  • Bringing Universal Design to Your Home (for seniors, caregivers, social service professionals)

For more info, contact Mara at 216.231.0990 or anderson@mahohio.org.