Click here to download a PDF of the September CHV News.

  • Home health care aide training, a key priority of the CHV Advocacy Team, takes a step forward in the City Council budget. See page 1.
  • CHV Board President Bruce Brennan, who steps aside at the end of the year, introduces leadership for the coming year. See page 4.
  • CHV is on social media; learn how to get connected. See page 5.
  • District Dialogues—CHV’s contribution to conversations on race and justice—explored how a novel approach to urban gardening is helping to address food insecurity in DC. See page 10.
  • The LGBTQ Intergenerational Symposium, September 24-25, will be filled with panel discussions, wellness sessions, and opportunities for fun and making connections. See pages 11 and 24.
  • Norm Metzger reflects on some positives after a rather calamitous year. See page 13.
  • For people with hearing loss, video captioning is invaluable; Vira Sisolak outlines how to enable captions including on Zoom. See page 14.

Thank you to Age-Friendly DC for Sponsoring CHV for the month of September!

Interested in sponsoring CHV for a month? To find out more, contact Judy Berman for details: jberman@capitolhillvillage.org.

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