Senator Krueger's 2023 Virtual Senior Resource Fair Part 1

Solo Aging: Building Community

Many older adults in the City are solo agers, but that doesn’t mean you have to live a life alone. Learn about resources for solo agers and building community.

Presentations By:

-Resources for Solo Agers

-Overcoming Planning Roadblocks

-Carnegie Hall Village

-Men are Solo Agers Too

-Successes and Challenges of Online Dating


-DOROT/Overcoming Planning Roadblocks:



-Aging Alone Resource Guide:

Carnegie Hall Village


Positive Aging Community


Gray Love: Stories About Dating and New Relationships After 60, by Nan Bauer-Maglin and Daniel E. Hood


-Local Bookstore:


Health Advocates for Older People-Home Safety Assessment and Fall Prevention

-To arrange for a Home Safety Assessment, call Josh Krasner, Home Safety and Fall Prevention Coordinator, at 212-980-1700.

New York Foundation for Senior Citizen' Home Sharing Program


Guardianship Helpline

-The Guardianship Prevention and Support Helpline is a Project Guardianship pilot project providing free information and referrals to anyone with questions about Article 81 guardianship in New York. We accept calls from both professionals and anyone from the public. Please call (718) 750-8474 or email for information, referrals, and guidance on guardianship, prevention, its alternatives, related systems, and court processes in over 120 languages.