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Atlanta, GA, United States, 2007/02/22 - Connie Goldman, former NPR reporter and author, is scheduled to speak on issues and images of the ageless spirit in America as part of the Expressions Lecture Series hosted by Isakson-Barnhart the award-winning Atlanta developer.
Connie Goldman, former NPR reporter and celebrated author, will discuss issues and images of the ageless spirit in America from 2 pm to 4 pm on May 16, 2007, at the Atlanta History Center, 130 West Paces Ferry Rd. Her talk is the final offering in the Expressions Lecture Series hosted by Isakson Barnhart, the award-winning developer of residential communities for seniors offering a continuum of care, including Park Springs in Stone Mountain and Peachtree Hills Place in Buckhead.
The program is free and open to the public, and free, on-site parking is available. “We believe in the power of the individual and believe Ms. Goldman’s wonderful insights into the second half of life will encourage Atlantans to consider the choices that are available to them,” said Andy Isakson, Managing Partner of Isakson-Barnhart. “Peachtree Hills Place sets a new standard in residential living, and the forums we’re providing this spring are showing Atlanta’s seniors the benefits of living well as they age.” Goldman is an award-winning radio producer, reporter and former staff member of National Public Radio. She currently devotes her work to programs and projects concerned with issues and images of aging in America.
The author of six books, including The Ageless Spirit, 2nd Edition and The Gifts of Caregiving, Goldman most recently authored Late Life Love – Romance and New Relationships in Later Years. Reservations are requested though not required.
Isakson-Barnhart is Georgia’s developer of nationally recognized, award-winning residential communities for those age 62 and over. The company’s vision to provide amenity-rich, independent living for discerning adults was born out of the personal experiences of the family of Ed and Julia Isakson after their difficult search for a community that would provide an active lifestyle combined with on-site health care. This mission manifested itself in Park Springs, the company’s flagship property in Stone Mountain. Park Springs was nationally recognized by the 50+ Housing Council of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) as the recipient of the 2005 Platinum Award for best large CCRC as well as the Gold Award for interior design.
Now, Isakson-Barnhart introduces another award-winning residential community offering a continuum of care in Peachtree Hills Place, named the best “On the Boards” large CCRC by the same group in 2006.
Isakson-Barnhart has carefully selected Life Care Services, LLC, the leading management company of senior communities in the nation, to partner in the planning and management of Peachtree Hills Place and Park Springs.