Keeping Socially Active In Retirement

Free Download Keeping Socially Active In Retirement
Published 11/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 696.52 MB | Duration: 2h 20m
What to get involved in retirement, Best Volunteer opportunities and learn a variety of tech platforms to get engaged

What you’ll learn
What to get involved with in retirement
Learn about the best volunteer, part-time or working for a non-profit opportunities in retirement
How to use a variety of Internet resources to find a plethora of opportunities in retirement
How to create social interaction with like minded people
Are you struggling with transitioning to retirement? Many people experience stress after they retire, feeling they have lost part of their identity. Is that you?
Now that you have the time, get involved in your community. You’ll learn about many resources and organizations where you can put your skills to use. There are an abundance of non-profit organizations in your area that can benefit from your expertise. Teach, mentor or coach others. Learn about Meet Up groups, and online resources to stay engaged. Volunteer opportunities abound. Find out what to get involved in retirement based off your time commitment, financial status, etc.. Learn about the latest tech resources to improve your skills, stay sharp resources like Lumosity, Elevate and Mensa Brain training. Create a “Moai”, a small group of people serving as lifelong support for one another. Staying social can boost one’s immune system, reduce physical pain, and lower blood pressure. Staying active and stimulating the brain, along with personal interaction, help to improve one’s state of mind significantly. Friends help us cope with stress. In one study at the University of Virginia, many people were intimidated at the prospect of climbing a steep hill. But researchers found that when people were standing next to a friend, they rated the hill less challenging than those who were alone. Get engaged, get involved! You are only on this planet for so long
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction & Meetup
Section 2: Explore Facebook events/groups, Use Google to find events around you, bookclubs
Lecture 2 Explore technology platforms
Section 3: Best places to volunteer
Lecture 3 Best places to volunteer
Section 4: More great resources to find opportunities
Lecture 4 Exploring more great web/internet resources
Section 5: Linked In profile, Indeed, University learning tools and GCF Global
Lecture 5 Linked in, Indeed, local university and GCF global for skill development
This course is for recently retired people looking to give back to the community, their family with their vast professional experience and knowledge.

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