Chester County Health Care Partnership presents"Aging with Knowledge - Planning for the Future" Tuesday, June 24, 2014 | 4- 5:30 pm Chester County Economic Development Council 737 Constitution Drive | Exton, PA 19341
Learn what's available, what to do next, and how to plan for comfort in retirement from a panel of professionals who serve seniors. Light refreshements available.
The Panel: Michelle Berk, Elder Care Attorney - Law Office of Michelle C. Berk, PC Patti Brennan, Certified Financial Planner & President - Key Financial Deb Klock, Geriatric Care Manager - DLK Managed Care Solutions Kathy Sullivan, Executive Director - West Chester Area Senior Center
- Estate planning and guardianship
- How to handle present and future financial needs to enjoy retirement
- Assessing current needs and coordinating care
- Differences in Senior Living Options
- Resources, programs and transportation available in the community
Who Should Attend: Baby boomers, seniors, caregivers, "Sandwich" generation
Register online at https://agingwithknowledge.eventbrite.com Early bird registration $15 until June 15, 2014! Sponsorship opportunities available!
For more information, contact Patti VanCleave at 610.321.8212 or email@example.com | chestercountyhealthcare.org
The health care industry is an important component of both the business and residential communities in Southeastern PA. To address the workforce needs of this specific segment, the Chester County Health Care Partnership (CCHCP) was formed. The Partnership shares best practices, talent development/recruiting information, program ideas on trends and issues, and training grants to stabilize and strengthen the local workforce and enhance patient care.
CCHCP is comprised of over 60 organizations sharing the goal of improving the quality of health care delivery in Chester County and the surrounding region.
The Chester County Health Care Partnership is an initiative of the Chester County Economic Development Council and is funded in part by the private sector with grant funding received from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry through the Chester County Workforce Investment Board.