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Council on Aging Department

Posted on: September 27, 2021

Virtual Programming from Salmon Health and Retirement

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Salmon Health & Retirement (The Willows and Whitney Place) is offering several virtual presentations through October.

OCTOBER 6, 2021 – VIRTUAL PRESENTATION AT 4:00 PM

DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS

What’s really hiding in your household cleaning products?

Did you know that the household products you use daily can cause you and your family serious health issues? According to Dr. Samuel Epstein, former head of the Cancer Prevention Coalition,

“It’s safer to eat a product than it is to rub it onto your skin.”

Attend this program to understand and learn from Scherrie Keating, RN, BSN, CDCES, CDC, NDPP, Lifestyle Coach, CDP, Certified Ageless Grace Educator if and how chemicals are regulated. Learn how to become an informed consumer and ingredient detective. Leave ready and eager to begin making the shift from using toxic, harmful products to using safer, non-toxic, inexpensive alternatives you probably already have around your home.

You and your family’s future health depend upon it!

Please RSVP to Sharon Loveridge, Director of Business Development at sloveridge@SalmonHealth.com to receive the link.

OCTOBER 14, 2021 – VIRTUAL PRESENTATION AT 6:30 PM

WILLS IN A WEEK

Wills in a Week© is designed for couples who want to leave their entire inheritance to their spouse and children in equal shares, or individuals who want to leave everything to their children equally and want to protect their primary residence in a trust. If you’re like most Americans, you don’t have a will. If your reasons for this include “Time” or “Money” then this seminar is for you! Join us and you will learn about all the documents that need to be drafted and how to get them all completed within one week’s time. Facilitated by Attorney Julie Ladimer, this seminar will take you through the necessary steps to get you signing your documents in record time!

Please RSVP to Sharon Loveridge, Director of Business Development at sloveridge@SalmonHealth.com to receive the link.

OCTOBER 14, 2021 – VIRTUAL PRESENTATION AT 12:00 PM AND 6:00 PM

VETERANS PENSION BENEFITS

Helping Veterans Bridge the Financial Gap for Independent and Assisted Living. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that 70 percent of people over the age of 65 will require some form of long-term housing solutions with available healthcare services during their lives. The VA Basic Pension with Aid and Attendance can help wartime veterans and their surviving spouses bridge the gap in paying for Assisted or Independent Living. Presented by Patty Servaes of Elder Resource Benefits Counseling.

Please RSVP to salmonevents@SalmonHealth.com  with your preferred time and to receive the link!

OCTOBER 20, 2021 – VIRTUAL PRESENTATION AT 3:30 PM  

CEU PROGRAM:  THE FORGOTTEN PATIENT

This one-hour educational program will present caregiver burden specifically regarding the Spouse, life-partner or family member of a person living with dementia.  Often overlooked by healthcare professionals, the caregiving spouse, life-partner or family member becomes the forgotten patient. The risks associated with caregiver burden, assessment strategies and overall care partner needs will be discussed. Family-centered care includes asking how a patient’s caregiver is doing and providing concrete Supportive resources and referrals.  The health and well-being of the spouse, life partner or family member caregiver is critical to providing care to a person with dementia. Facilitated by Tammy Pozerycki, BC-DEd, MA, CADDCT, CFRDT, CDP, COTP, Owner of Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care.

Please RSVP to Sharon Loveridge, Director of Business Development at sloveridge@SalmonHealth.com to receive the link.

OCTOBER 21, 2021 – VIRTUAL PRESENTATION AT 5:00 PM   

THE SALMON CONTINUUM OF CARE

Please join Andrew Salmon as he shares with you the history of SALMON Health and Retirement and explains fully what The Salmon Health and Retirement Continuum of Care is. Attend this virtual program to learn and understand the service levels within our continuum, where these services are locate and how to access them if needed.     

More information on this program will be forthcoming shortly! Stay tuned!

Any questions, please email Sharon Loveridge, Director of Business Development at sloveridge@SalmonHealth.com.

OCTOBER 28, 2021 – VIRTUAL PRESENTATION AT 5:00 PM      

8000 DAYS – PREPARING FOR THE FOUR PHASES OF RETIREMENT

Planning for retirement today means prepping for more than golf and grandkids. Yet, many haven’t really thought much about what we may encounter in this next part of life.Join us to learn why your tomorrows may be more complex – and a lot longer than you think - and how to reduce stress and prolong independence in retirement! Featured speaker Curtis Ranta from the Hartford Funds will present the latest research on retirement from the MIT AGELAB.  Following his presentation, meet the following panel of professionals who are ready to help!

 Haley Adams, Financial Advisor - Edward Jones

 Jonathan Levin, Estate Planning – Scafidi and Juliano, LLP

 Jeremy Zizmor, Personal Finance Partner – Assurance Family Planners

 Sharon Loveridge, Director of Business Development – SALMON Health and Retirement at Westborough

 Erin DiCarlo, Founder/President – Dovetail Companies


Any questions? Please reach out to Sharon Loveridge, Director of Business Development, SALMON at Westborough. (508) 614-0888 sloveridge@salmonhealth.com

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