Embrace Change.  Connect, learn, explore,
and live with purpose.

Upcoming or current empty nesters may find it challenging to imagine or experience their life without children at home. Transitioning with Embrace Change provides opportunities for parents and caregivers to connect, design and redefine this new stage of life. From our interactive programming, parents will learn a fresh way of living that embraces and promotes the positive aspects of life as an empty nester. Members’ resources offer experiences to help parents expand their horizons, live with purpose and discover what comes next in this stage of life.

“Embrace Change” opened my eyes to the many wonderful aspects of this new phase of my life.  I left with a feeling of renewal, purpose, and a direction that I did not have before.  This program will change your outlook for the rest of your life. ~Susan H


To register for upcoming programs, simply go to the contact page.  Follow the directions and note whether anyone will be attending with you, please include their name and contact information.

Fall programming is focused on parents embracing the transition period that they encounter as children leave the nest.  Parents will connect with others experiencing the Red, yellow fall leaf with barksame transition, explore what’s next, and have opportunities to design their personal path for this new stage of life.  It’s fun, interactive and full of dialogue and engaging activities. Our fall programming includes visits from life coaches, career development experts, self-care and health-care professionals.  The series of programs is set up to promote a smooth transition. Fall programs meet once a week for 6 weeks. This program series is free. Materials fee is $40.00.

Program dates for 2019: Wednesday, September 18, 25, October 2, 16, 23, 30 from 1:15-3:00 p.m. Registration required. Space is limited.  Location:  The Pierce House, 17 Weston Rd. Lincoln, MA

Embrace Change Fall Program Series 2019

Sept. 18-Promoting Productive Communication with Adult Children
Teresa Simonelli PsyaD

When emerging young adults return home after being on their own for several months, communication between parent and child may change. Dr. Teresa Simonelli, will share (more…)

Who am I now?

What will life be like without children at home?

When children leave the nest, you may discover new-found time to pursue interests and opportunities that you had put on hold while raising your children. This is an exciting time to uncover the new you.