Sisterhood Spring Brunch
Speakers will address critical issues related to eldercare management: finances, health, and interpersonal relations with elderly relatives. Few middle-aged people escape the responsibility of caring for parents, and everyone can benefit from knowing what resources are available, including help in planning for their own retirement years. Speakers include Nancy Fiedelman, an Eldercare Consultant from the Aynsley Group; an attorney from the Geller Law Firm; and Tanya Disselkoen from the Fairfax County Longterm Care Coordinating Council. LTCCC will be speaking about stay-in-place “villages” for aging residents.
Register by April 26. $12 for Sisterhood members, $15 for non-members.
Consider coming early or staying after the brunch to donate blood at the OT Blood Drive.
|Sisterhood Member||$ 12.00|
|Sisterhood Non-Member||$ 15.00|
|Pay Pal Offset||$ 1.00|