Re: What do you want to talk about?
From: Ann Lehman (
Date: Tue, 11 May 2021 09:39:19 -0700 (PDT)
   1. What will change after the pandemic? Or lessons learned about living
   in cohousing from the year in behind us?
   2. Best ways to solve conflicts
   3. The one really challenging person or family
   4. Reserves - changes over time? updating? different ways to do reserve
   5. Attracting families after the initial kids are grown
   6. How to maintain relationships with families or individuals who have
   moved on?
   7. New insights for community/business meetings? How to keep long term
   members involved
   8. Welcoming newcomers to a community that has been consistent for a
   long time
   9. Estate planning that helps benefit cohousing
   10. Lesson learned for long time sustainable cohousing

*Ann Lehman, she/her
**Zimmerman Lehman
Board Governance Specialist
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*Yoga Instructor
Slow Yoga for Savvy Bodies

On Tue, May 4, 2021 at 10:51 AM Karen Gimnig <karencohous [at]> wrote:

> We're getting ready for our August conference, Cohousing Over Time.  The
> goal of this conference is to address the needs of our early generations of
> cohousing communities - the folks who have been living together in
> cohousing for ten years or more.
> If you live in a community that was established before 2012, please reply
> and let us know, what topics would interest you?  What particular struggles
> do you face as a community that has been around for a while?  What is
> happening for you that didn't happen 10 years ago?  What have you learned
> that might help other communities? Favorite resources?
> --
> Karen Gimnig
> Communications Director
> The Cohousing Association of the US
> 678-705-9007
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