Award-Winning Documentary FAST-FORWARD follows four adult children and their parents as they travel through time to meet their future selves. Wearing an MIT-produced “aging empathy suit” and working with professional make-up artists, they grapple with the realizations, conversations and mindset required to age well. Ultimately, the families learn they have more control over how they age than they thought.
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AgeWell Baltimore Presents: Look Into Your Future
March 1 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Watch the free screening of Fast Forward on your own and then join us for a live panel discussion with the documentary’s director and cast member along with our own AgeWell Baltimore experts.
Link to view the documentary will be sent in registration confirmation email.
Moderator: Beth H. Goldsmith, Chair of the Board, The Associated
Michael Eric Hurtig, Fast Forward Director
Michael is a film director and producer. In 2017 he launched FLX Entertainment, focused on producing immersive documentary and reality programming.
Drey Campell, Fast Forward Cast Member
Drey, famously known for not being able to keep up with seniors during an exercise class at a local senior center, is currently a commercial real estate broker with a unique professional growth path (PhD and LCSW) in Nampa, Idaho.
Jacki Ashkin, Director of Community Connections, JCS
Jacki oversees the agency’s Community Engagement and Outreach programs, Prevention Education, Marketing and Communications. She also serves on the Jewish Community Critical Incident Response Team which provides critical incident stress defusing and debriefing for adults and children.
Jacke Schroeder, Director of Elder Abuse Awareness, CHANA
Jacke educates lay people, professionals and faith leaders about elder abuse prevention and intervention throughout the Greater Baltimore area, across Maryland and nationally. Her focus is on healthy relationships, elder justice and elder abuse response including the sheltering of older adult victims.
Kari Gorkos, Vice President Community Programs, CHAI
Kari oversees CHAI’s Aging in Community Programs, Community Development and the Edward A. Myerberg Center. Prior to joining CHAI, Kari spent more than 20 years at the Mental Health Association of Maryland running several programs across the state.
AgeWell Baltimore is a network of coordinated and collaborative services for older adults, their loved ones families and caregivers. The network is a joint initiative of The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore, Comprehensive Housing Assistance Inc. (CHAI), CHANA and Jewish Community Services (JCS).
AgeWell provides easy access to more than 40 older adult and caregiver services within The Associated system. This Centennial initiative is generously supported by Irene and Robert Russel and family and the Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Charitable Foundation.
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