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Youville Assisted Living Program Series - Challenging the Boundaries- "Stepping Up and Speaking Out" presented by Dan Fenn
"Stepping Up and Speaking Out" presented by Dan Fenn, Founding Director of the Kennedy Library and Museum, and Lexington resident
Dan Fenn, active in politics and government in many elected and appointed offices in Lexington and in President Kennedy's White House, was Founding Director of the Kennedy Library and Museum as well as Commissioner and Vice Chairman of the United States Tariff Commission. Currently he teaches approximately 90 classes per year at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and elsewhere. Reflecting on his experiences, he has become curious about the challenge of "Stepping Up and Speaking Out," and the difficulties we face, young and old, in making our views known when others disagree--or we assume they do.
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More About Youville Place Assisted Living Residence
Located close to Lexington center, Youville Place has provided values-based assisted living options to the community for more than 12 years. Offering both short- and long-term residence combined with services, the community provides a unique combination of comfort and social support. Seniors enjoy residence in an energetic community, while taking advantage of the dining, housekeeping and personal care services available.
In addition to the Lexington location, Youville House Assisted Living Residence is a sister location in Cambridge. Youville House and Youville Place Assisted Living Residences are not-for-profit and members of Covenant Health Systems, a Catholic, multi-institutional health and elder care organization serving New England.