Manchester's Aging Parents, Aging Children: How to Survive and Stay Sane
If you are one of the thousands of baby boomers ‘caught in the middle’ now, or see that scenario looming for you on the horizon, take action now and come to this free program sponsored by Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey (CVCJ) on Tuesday, January 8, 6:30 PM, at the House of Hope, 253 Chestnut St., Toms River.
You will learn how to evaluate the benefits and risks of Long Term Care Insurance, how to choose the correct policy for your needs, manage your finances to protect your assets and your future, and understand the latest updates regarding Medicaid and Medicare.
Featured speakers at this free seminar to our community will be Anne Kraljic, Merrill Lynch, and Robert Novy, Esq., Novy & Associates, Elder Law. Ms. Kraljic will address specifically “Is Long Term Insurance the Right Choice for You?” and Mr. Novy will speak on “Managing & Maximizing Your Finances “. Light refreshments will be served. Seating is limited. To register call CVCJ, 732-505-2273 or email email@example.com
CVCJ is a non-profit interfaith agency whose mission is to assist the frail and homebound elderly with everyday tasks enabling them to remain independent in their own homes. All services provided are free. Over 1000 volunteers assist more than 2000 senior citizens each month with transportation to medical appointments, grocery shopping, relief for Alzheimer’s disease caregivers, reassuring telephone calls, friendly/pet visits. CVCJ has two locations serving Ocean County: Whiting, 30 Lacey Road, and Toms River, 253 Chestnut Street. For more information and to learn about volunteer opportunities, call Mary O. Malagiere, 732-505-2273 ext. 211 or visit www.caregivervolunteers.org