Below are several presentations on issues seniors encounter as they age – wills and trusts, hospice, dementia, medical directives, palliative care to reduce pain and suffering, housing and care alternatives, financing elder care, and insurance.
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New for November 2021
Grieving and the Grieving Process
The Aging Information Sub-Committee presents a 3 part series on the Grieving Process:
NEW FOR JUNE 2021
Aging In Place and Senior Housing Options
This webinar was presented by the NCRO in conjunction with the Area Agency on Aging 1-B and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan. You hear from a panel of senior care experts talk about housing and care options as you age. The webinar covers resources that can help you remain at home as you age, long-term care and senior housing options, and things to consider when moving into senior housing Video link only https://youtu.be/IqM04_1F64g
Misappropriation or misuse of the funds of an older and/or vulnerable adult
Includes fraud, family or friend exploitation and a review of the website https://www.olderadultnestegg.com/ Presentation slides link. Video link
Solving the Mystery of Hospice – You are introduced to hospice care and what to expect when selecting a hospice care facility. Learn about the services that a hospice team provides, when it is time for hospice and what to look for in a hospice provider. The speaker is Barb Hendrickson, B.S., from Angelica Hospice. Presentation slides link. Video link.
Dementia & End of Life Needs, Care & Solutions – You will learn about the care for family members with dementia. Gain a better understanding & awareness of the signs & symptoms of Dementia. Presenter: Lynn Leach, R.N., BA., Angelica Hospice. Presentation slides link. Video link.
Estate Planning for Our Strange New World – This talk discusses wills and trusts, and has been updated to reflect the Covid world we now live in. The speaker is Diana Moak, a partner in Pugh Moak, a family law firm which specializes in estate planning, special needs planning, and elder law and advocacy. Presentation slides link. Video link.
2018 and 2019 PRESENTATIONS
Avoiding HC Dilemmas Three hypothetical examples of seriously ill seniors who did not have the necessary care instructions beforehand. Presentation slides link. Video link 1. Video link 2. Video link 3.
Palliative vs Curative Care The Medical profession focuses on curing illness even when it increases a patient’s pain. Palliative medical care tries to minimize suffering. It can be used along with curative care or alone as death approaches. Presentation slides link. Video link.
Long Term Housing and Living Options Older seniors often need to consider home modifications and other living alternatives, such as nursing homes. Some communities offer PACE programs for day activities, allowing seniors to remain home longer. Presentation slides link. Video link.
Long Term Care Paying Strategy 2019 presentation From an insurance agent. Discusses alternatives for paying for senior long term care costs, including insurance, Medicaid, savings and disposing of fixed assets. Presentation slides link. Video link.