Speakers
Mar 02, 2015
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"As we age – How to Use Technology to Remain Independent"

As our society ages, we will need to creatively address the changing care needs of the elderly.  The concept of a Continuum of Care Plan – will need to expand to address the additional years that we are living and sometime living with chronic illness.

Let’s talk about how technology can help the elderly stay independently in their homes.

What are some of the potential problems that we will need to have solutions for, as we age-in-place?

Consider traditional home care vs. the future of home care services.

How will Home Care Services take on a broader meaning?  What are Connectables, Wearable devices, and intelligent care assistants? How are they a part of our future? 

Are you ready for this?

Kristine Watson has 15 years of hands-on expertise in serving the elderly and helping them and their families to make the appropriate choices for the expanded lives we are all living.  She is recognized often by her clients as, “The Match Maker” due to her ability to find just the right solution for the right time.

Drawing from her background in high tech with AT&T and several internet software firms, she has unified the two fields of the elderly with technology to produce and interesting balance and array of possibilities for living at home.

Mar 09, 2015
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"UPWARD: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN HAYWARD"

Summary: Owing to a unique convergence of factors, the city of Hayward is shedding the lingering effects of the Great Recession and is now strategically positioned for growth. Developers, entrepreneurs and innovators of every stripe are beginning to recognize Hayward for what it represents in a crowded field of Bay Area cities: opportunity.

As we head into 2015, the City has redoubled its efforts to foster economic growth and to build stronger ties with our business community. From identifying catalyst and opportunity development sites to novel approaches to the business/government partnership, the City of Hayward is surging forward.

Fran David has served the City of Hayward since September 2006.  In May 2010, the Hayward City Council appointed Ms. David to the position of City Manager.

She is an ICMA Credentialed Manager with over thirty years of public and private sector experience in various public and private sector capacities.  She began public service when she volunteered for the United States Peace Corps serving in Barranquilla, Colombia.  She has a background in finance and was the Finance Director for the City of Berkeley for over ten years before she came to Hayward. She has wide experience in the private sector, primarily in retail and environmental consulting, and in other local Bay Area governments such as Oakland, Daly City, Pittsburg, and the County of San Mateo.

Ms. David received her MBA in Management from Golden Gate University, San Francisco and her B.S. in Ecology/Urban Geography from CSU Hayward. She is an alumnus of the Berkeley Executive Seminar.

Mar 23, 2015
"Community Grant Awards - Session 1"

The HAYWARD ROTARY COMMUNITY GRANTS program will be awarding approximately $30,000 to community organizations for projects in the areas of education, health and human services, youth, the elderly, poverty, the arts and the environment.  Grant recipients will talk briefly about their organization and what they plan to do with their award.

Mar 30, 2015
"Community Grant Awards - Session 2"

The HAYWARD ROTARY COMMUNITY GRANTS program will be awarding approximately $30,000 to community organizations for projects in the areas of education, health and human services, youth, the elderly, poverty, the arts and the environment.  Grant recipients will talk briefly about their organization and what they plan to do with their award.

Apr 06, 2015
"Vocational Awards"

Hayward Rotary will present awards for outstanding Hayward leaders.
 

Apr 20, 2015
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