Thursday, February 6, 2014

Annual Update set for Financial and Elder Care Professionals



Mark your calendars – save the date for Marshall, Parker's 18th Annual Professional Update. You can expect another great program this year. 
May 21, 2014 at the Genetti Hotel in Williamsport
May 22, 2014 at the Woodlands in Wilkes-Barre
As professionals working with seniors, you certainly hear over and over again how they want to be able to remain in their homes as they age. That goal can present many challenges for seniors as well as their families. We are excited to bring you speakers to help address some of those concerns.    
We will begin the morning with a review of the most notable issues in elder law and wrap it up with a discussion of the tax implications of paying for care – especially in-home care. 
In between, our keynote speaker - Elaine K. Sanchez, will talk about coping with the stress of caregiving. Elaine is the author of the unflinchingly honest and uproariously funny book “Letters from Madelyn,Chronicles of a Caregiver.” Elaine also hosts a weekly radio show and co-founded CaregiverHelp.com, an online, video-based support program developed for individuals, support groups and individuals.
Join hundreds of your colleagues for networking and learning about the latest issues affecting our senior clients and patients. As always, we will be offering continuing education credits. 
Who should attend? Anyone who works with seniors should plan to attend!  Our audience usually includes:

  • ·        Nursing Home and Personal Care Home Staff

  • ·        Financial Advisors

  • ·        Home Health Professionals

  • ·        RNs, Social Workers, Geriatric Care Managers, Admissions Coordinators

  • ·        Trust Officers and Banking Professionals

  • ·        Attorneys

  • ·        Accountants

  • ·        Area Agency on Aging Caseworkers

  • ·        and other elder care network professionals.

Register NOW by completing our online form or calling 1-800-401-4552.
As always, we will be offering continuing education credits. 

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