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Remembering When workshop is featured at conference

Blog Post created by lisabraxton Employee on Sep 29, 2014

 

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State fire marshal Steven Coan spoke about the importance of the Senior Safe Program in helping older adults live safely in their homes.


 

Hundreds of fire and life safety educators, primarily from the Northeast, have convened in Westford, Massachusetts, for the 20th Annual Fire and Life Safety Education Conference. 


 

Hosted by the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services, the conference, “[Destination SAFE: Fire and Life Safety for All Ages | http://www.mass.gov/eopss/docs/dfs/osfm/pubed/conference/conferenceprogram2014.pdf],” features dozens of workshops, among them, “Remembering When: A Fire and Fall Prevention Program for Older Adults or Looking in the Rear View Mirror,” presented by NFPA Public Education Senior Project Manager Karen Berard-Reed and Public Education Advisor Antiliano Estrella. The workshop provided an introduction to Remembering When .


The conference continues through tomorrow.


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