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Thank you to Ed Leake with Rxcare Long Term Pharmacy for hosting TRLA's Spring Social at Village Tavern, Greensboro. What a great way to celebrate the beginning of spring and catch up with our fellow TRLA members!read more
The newest TRLA members were recognized at the April Membership Meeting which was held a Spring Arbor of Greensboro.read more
Triad Retirement Living Association (TRLA)
The Triad Retirement Living Association (TRLA) serves as an educational, referral and networking resource for members and the community regarding senior retirement services.
TRLA is an unincorporated association that was founded for the public good and operates specifically to support and educate the senior citizens and their families in the community through special program activities.
TRLA was also founded for the good of the individuals who serve senior citizens in the community and specifically to support and educate those Members by providing networking, educational and marketing opportunities. Membership is comprised of senior service industry professionals and affiliate members that serve seniors.
TRLA is an important vehicle through which individuals organize and work together to improve the senior community and society.
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“The Power to Heal”
FRIDAY, August 16, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Cost: FREE but pre-registration is required.
Join the Creative Aging Network and AARP Triad for a light lunch and free screening of the moving documentary, “The Power to Heal”. This is a critical film that not only speaks to a time that has passed, it also reminds us of how far we still have to go to end racial inequality in health care. Before Medicare, disparities in access to hospital care were dramatic. Less than half the nation’s hospitals served black and white patients equally, and in the South, 1/3 of hospitals would not admit African-Americans even for emergencies. Learn more about the film at https://www.blbfilmproductions.com/. Though there is no charge for this event, pre-registration is required.