Aging Mastery Program

National Council on Aging

September 13 - November 15

10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Northland Human Services Center

Conference Room

3100 NE 83rd St, Kansas City, MO 64119


The Aging Mastery Program (AMP) was founded by the National Council on Aging (NCOA) as a means of offering practical strategies to

empower others to age well.


This current session will focus on personal pathways for aging well via actionable goals, sustainable behaviors, peers support, and incentives.


This class will meet for

10 consecutive weeks,

beginning on Friday, September 13

and will include refreshments.



For more information, contact Dianna Englander at dianna@northlandsc.org or call (816) 256-8096 or

Senior's Who Paint!

September 26 - November 4

Thursday, September 26

Thursday, October 10

Thursday, October 24

Tuesday, November 2

Thursday, November 4


Time:  1:00 PM -2:30 PM


Charge:  $25.00 includes all supplies


Registration is limited.


Seniors who paint is a unique program dedicated to inspiring Seniors to showcase their talents. Art gives a positive awareness of a person’s ability to believe in themselves through their art.


Caregiver Pampering Event

November 6th

November is National Family Caregiver's Month!


The month of November is a time to recognize, support, and empower family caregivers. The theme for National Family Caregivers Month 2019 is “Caregiving Around the Clock.”


Wed, November 6th 11:30 am - 1 pm

Virtual Dementia Tour

Guided Meditation

Light lunch and fellowship at Northland Shepherd's Center


Please call Dianna Englander to RSVP to ensure we have enough materials for this event.

(816) 452-4536


Is It Dementia?

November 18, 2019

Join us on November 18, for a Lunch & Learn, as Eric Sigler from the Kansas University Alzheimer’s Disease Center presents on learning the difference between normal age-related concerns and when to talk to your doctor.


Why is it important to attend?    Knowledge is power!


We are truly privileged to have the KU ADC located right here in the greater Kansas City area.  In 2011, the National Institute of Aging (NIA) named the University of Kansas Alzheimer's Disease Center a nationally designated and funded Alzheimer's Disease Center. In September 2016, the NIA renewed the KU Alzheimer's Disease Center's national designation. The KU Alzheimer's Disease Center is one of just 31 such centers in the United States.  The KU ADC has a Research Division and a separate Memory Care Clinic.


KU ADC scientists have received international attention for research on how various lifestyle factors, including fitness and physical activity, affect normal aging and Alzheimer's disease. The Research Division brings the latest clinical trials to Kansas City and tests the newest medicines.


When:  Monday, November 18, 2019 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm


Where: Northland Shepherd’s Center

4805 NE Antioch Rd, KC, MO 64119


Lunch - $5.00.  Donations accepted to offset program expenses


Call 816-452-4536 to register by Thursday, November 14






Medicare Fall Enrollment Period

October 15 - December 7, 2019

Each year it is recommended that those receiving Medicare can review their Advantage Plans and Medicare Drug Plans. If there is a less expensive plan the consumer can change to a new plan. The new plan will become effective the first day of the new year. Trained Medicare volunteers will be available to help you make this decision. These volunteers are CLAIM Certified Medicare Advocates, and the service is free.


To make an appointment call (816) 452-4536


NOTE: Those on Medicaid and/or extra help through Social

Security have been able to evaluate and change plans once

each quarter.