“How can my parents live independently in New York City?” Navigating the resources available to aging New Yorkers can be daunting. Families often struggle to identify resources for aging relatives and many are not aware of all the benefits and community services available.
Family caregivers often ask themselves:
– What do I need to know to be financially and legally prepared?
– What types of support do my parents need to continue living independently in NYC?
– Who can guide me to the right resources?
Join Hakuna, a company that provides experienced home health aides, for a panel discussion on Long-Term Care Planning at the West Park Presbyterian Church next Tuesday evening, June 16th. Co-presenters include Home Care Specialist Bina Luft, Financial Planner Andrew Margolin, and Eldercare Advisor Joanna Leefer. The discussion and Q&A will provide a forum to answer questions around financial and legal planning, healthcare, residential options, and community support services.
Long-Term Care Planning: 9 Things You Need to Know
Free event; All are welcome to attend
Light refreshments will be provided
Tuesday, June 16th, 6pm-7:30pm
West Park Presbyterian Church, 165 West 86th Street (at Amsterdam Avenue)
For questions or additional information, contact the Hakuna team at (929) 500-1280 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hakuna (named after the Swahili motto for “no worries”) employs experienced home health aides to help with tasks such as meal preparation, tidying, medication reminders, bathing and grooming, and getting around town. The company focuses on providing services that are responsive, compassionate, and transparent. To learn more, visit www.hakunahealth.com.