Myerberg Center’s Flexible Model Meets Members Where They Are
In 2020, the Edward A. Myerberg Center pivoted from a physical hub into a dynamic virtual center, offering over 50 live programs each week to keep older adults active, engaged and connected. When restrictions eased, the Center was able to resume some onsite programming, while still offering virtual options for those who prefer to participate remotely. Recognizing that this hybrid approach maximizes reach and participation, the Myerberg continues to run both the onsite and virtual centers simultaneously, giving participants the flexibility to choose the format that best fits their needs, preferences, and schedule. Whether online, onsite or a hybrid of the two, the Myerberg Center is committed to providing members and subscribers with engaging classes and programs to enhance their lives. Listen to longtime members, Howard and Ann Cornblatt share their Myerberg story on the Associated’s Pull up a Chair podcast.