Aging In Place: A Panel Presentation Presented By Respite Care

The Lake House Lecture Series provides topics of interest to Seabrookers of educational, cultural, or wellness value. The next gathering will be a panel presentation about Aging In Place by Respite Care Charleston.

It is open to all Seabrookers and is on Thursday, August 24, at 5:00 pm in the Live Oak Hall of The Lake House.

Respite Care Charleston is pleased to provide this overview of key factors to consider when planning to age in place. As we face this difficult decision regarding planning for our future, this presentation is designed to give you critical information to consider in this process.

The presentation will be followed by a question and answer time, as well as wine and cheese.

The topics that will be covered include:
• What are the key elements of successful aging in place?
• How do you plan for aging in place?
• How do you pay for aging in place resources?
• Estate planning – What documents are needed? Best time to plan? Why is it important?
• What are key issues for aging in place from a medical/physician perspective?
• What is Respite Care and how can it assist with aging in place?

No registration is required and there is no fee to attend.

The presenters are: Shelly All, JD; Barbara Franklin, LTCP; Jennifer Hartig, MEd and Dr. John Kleckley, MD

Respite Care of Charleston (RCC) is a 501 C3 organization that provides social day programs for individuals with Alzheimer’s and other related dementias, as well as support groups for caregivers. RCC was the recipient of The Alan Fleming Tennis Tournament’s fundraising initiative in 2015 and 2016 and is honored to be the recipient again in 2017.

To see the biographies of the presenters, please click here.

-Submitted by The Lake House

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