October 15, 2019 —As a member of Friends Services for the Aging (FSA), Barclay Friends is one of several retirement communities that welcomes all people and supports a spirit of inclusion and a culture of diversity. We strive to create and support environments that promote mutual respect, acceptance and cooperation.
In this light, we joined with fellow FSA member communities Chandler Hall, Foulkeways, Kendal~Crosslands Communities and Pennswood Village to co-sponsor the 105.3 WDAS 2017 Women of Excellence Luncheon. On Saturday, April 1st over a thousand women attended this annual event that pays tribute to accomplished women in eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and northern Delaware who have significantly contributed to their respective communities.
Friends Services for the Aging (FSA) is an association of Quaker-affiliated organizations and programs united by their Quaker values and continuing efforts to serve older adults on the basis of Friends’ belief in the dignity of all people. Loraine Ballard Morrill of WDAS spoke with Marsha Wesley Coleman, FAS’s Director of Leadership Development and Training, about what these unique communities can offer to Baby boomers who are looking into the future.
Listen to the full radio interview here: http://wdasfm.iheart.com/articles/community-podcasts-490889/housing-advice-for-aging-babyboomers-friends-15681786/#ixzz4dsVhzLWx