Aging in Place and the Senior Care Continuum
WED 1:45-2:45PM; January 10 through February 28
Instructor: Jeff Bird
Overview and in-depth analysis of how to age in place, navigate senior care continuum to receive the best quality of care.
According to the Administration on Aging (AOA) the U.S. 65+ population in 2014 was 46,000,000. By 2060, it’s expected to reach 97,000,000. The number of centenarians has more than doubled from 72,000 in 1970 to 145,000 in 2014. With these statistics, more families are caring for aging loved ones at home -- or they’re overwhelmed by the complexity of the senior care continuum. In a 2014 New York Post article, ‘10 Things Retirement Communities Won’t Tell You,’ author Elizabeth O’Brien concludes her analysis of the senior care matrix with, “You’ll need a Ph.D. to tell them apart.”
This course will equip families for the senior care matrix with the right information and resources for the best care at the right time.
To learn more and register online visit...https://register.ece.emory.edu/modules/shop/index.html?action=section&OfferingID=6143&SectionID=24598
Aging in Place
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Immediately following the 10:30am worship service
Jeff will be joined by other elder care professionals to present a range of topics for families caring for aging loved ones.
Aging in Place
Senior Care Continuum
Elder Law & Elder Attorneys
Long-Term Care Insurance
Saturday, October 29, 2017
Valley Presbyterian Church