-Informational seminar for caregivers to elderly family members-
PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (November 7, 2013) – Neighborly Care Network understands that education is the key to better, healthier caregiving. In order to provide caregivers with the tools necessary to navigate the maze of caregiving, Neighborly will host a free seminar comprised of a panel of senior legal and health experts.
What: Care for the Caregiver Seminar
When: Thursday, November 14, 2013, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: Neighborly Care Network 13945 Evergreen Ave Clearwater, FL 33762
Why: Seminar topics will help caregivers understand the legal assistance needed to lessen financial strains and provide them with support systems/services to allow them to provide care with less stress. The specialized panel of experts will include Mr. Charlie Robinson, Elder Law Attorney and Ms. Peggy Macaluso, Program Specialist/ Director of Client Advocacy for the Alzheimer’s Association. Respite assistance will be provided for patients during the seminar.
Neighborly Care Network at-a-glance:
Since 1966, Neighborly Care Network has provided home- and community-based services to the elderly in Pinellas County so they may live independently in their own homes. A pioneer in eldercare services, Neighborly started the first federally funded Meals on Wheels program. Neighborly’s other life-sustaining programs include Nutrition Services, Transportation Services, Medicare Home Health, and the nationally innovative Neighborly Pharmacy. Neighborly also offers a variety of volunteer opportunities. For further information, call 727-573-9444 or visit www.Neighborly.org.