Redefine Retirement: Your Style, Your Place! Housing Options for Your Stage of Life | Oscar Jarniki, Panel Leader
As Baby Boomers reach retirement, many are looking for new housing options. From households with three or more adults, to younger, bustling second families, to single adults, a wide range of housing options are now available. Learn from a panel of experts about the new forms of housing and aging-in-place strategies that have developed.
This evening includes a 30-minute happy hour and a 60-minute presentation.
Location: Mayerson JCC | 8485 Ridge Road | Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Oscar Jarnicki is President and CEO of the Jewish Home of Cincinnati and the Cedar Village Foundation. A native Cincinnatian, he has a diverse business background, including 40 years in health care management. A graduate of Xavier University’s Master’s Program in hospital and health care administration, he began a successful career in hospital management including three years as vice president of administration at The Jewish Hospital of Cincinnati. In 1983, he formed his own company that owned and operated skilled nursing, assisted living, independent living, and behavioral health care communities throughout Ohio. Jarnicki’s business career also includes ownership of hospitality properties. He was a co-writer and producer of the 2009 Lifetime Network television movie “Flying By,” starring Heather Locklear, Billy Ray Cyrus, and Patricia Neal.
Betsy Goldfarb is the founder and past owner of Queen City Transitions which she sold at the end of 2019. Since starting QCT in 2008, she spent thousands of hours helping clients downsize, move, de-clutter and organize. She honed her packing skills as the owner of a garden and patio accessory store in Florida before moving back to Cincinnati, her hometown in 2007. She has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Michigan. She was the first Certificated Senior Move Manager in the Greater Cincinnati area as designated by NASMM (the National Association of Senior Move Managers) which she joined when she started her company. She sits on the NECC which is the NASMM Ethics and Compliance Commission. Betsy has achieved Level I as a Certified Hoarding Specialist from the Institute of Challenging Disorganization. And sits on the Hamilton County Hoarding Task Force. Betsy was runner-up in the Bad Girl Ventures in the Fall 2013 competition and was named SCORE Client of the Month in May of 2013. Betsy is the President of the Association for Professionals in Aging (APA) which empowers and supports professionals providing services within the older adult community through advocacy, education, networking and related activities.