Long-term-care Planning Workshops

Long-term care (LTC) refers to a range of services and support that help you perform everyday activities. These workshops will review services and documents you need to plan for your LTC care. 

Upcoming Workshops

Upcoming Berkeley Home Match Workshop Series

Turn Your Home into an Ally in Your Aging Experience

**Currently fully enrolled. Please email ucbrc@berkeley.edu to be added to the waitlist. Those on the waitlist will be contacted the day before the start of the series.**

Offered at no cost to retirees (regularly $90/person) due to a generous grant from the UCB Chancellor's Partnership Fund in support of the Berkeley Home Match Program.

Susi Stadler is a licensed architect in California. Her firm, Stadler Architecture, is a national leader in age-friendly design. The Aging 360 workshop was developed by Susi and members of At Home With Growing Older to help non-architects to get their homes age-ready.

This workshop is a series of three zoom sessions that build on each other, so participants are asked to participate in all three sessions.

Presented Online via Zoom, all times Pacific:
Workshop 1: Saturday, January 8, 2022 10-11:30am
Workshop 2: Saturday, January 15, 2022 10-11:30am
Workshop 3: Saturday, January 22, 2022 10-11:30am

Next Move Workshop

Date and Time: October 28, 2021
Thursday, 10:00 to 11:00 am                                                      

This workshop focused on preparing attendees to think about their transferable skills and how they apply to different professional pursuits and volunteering. It focused on answering the following questions about planning for work or volunteering in retirement:

  • What are transferable skills?
  • How do you identify your transferable skills?
  • How do you analyze Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) to determine next best steps?
  • How does knowing your transferable skills boost your confidence and employment marketability?

Presenter: SF ReServe Director, Jamie Goddard



Estate and Advance Care Planning

Date and Time:

October 23, 2020
Friday, 10:00 am to Noon                                                   

Understand who needs estate planning assistance, the documents included and their purpose as well as how to make certain your healthcare choices are communicated to your loved ones and healthcare professionals.  A review of the Advanced Health Care Directive, Power of Attorney, Trust, Revocable Living Trusts, Last Testament and Will, Estate Taxes and Estate Administration will be covered. Additionally information will be provided about the UCRP survivor benefit. Presenters: Kristen Southworth, JD, Ryan McMahan, MD, MAS, Don Goldberg, UC Retirement Administrative Service Center

Materials and Links: Estate and Advance Care Materials and Presentation Slides