Tuesday July 14, 2015: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm -- Malletts Creek Branch: Program Room
This event will be recorded
Want to be a “super senior”? If you are approaching the senior years, or have an aging parent, here is a wonderful opportunity to learn and discuss several complex issues that seniors are facing: Independent and Assisted Living, Estate Planning, and Rehabilitation.
Join us as four local experts discuss these issues and offer answers to your questions:
• Assisted Living -Beth Conway, Sales & Business Development Consultant with StoryPoint Senior Living.
Beth has been involved in senior living for several years with special dedication to Assisted Living and Memory Care. She is an active committee member with the Alzheimer's association and truly feels that research is getting close to help stop the progression of the disease. She is an activist for seniors and enjoys being able to help and educate them on all options that are available for their wellbeing.
• Estate Planning - Kyra Sims, Attorney Legacy Law
Kyra was particularly drawn to the Estate Planning practice area as a result of her father being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Witnessing firsthand the negative effects that result from not having a comprehensive plan in place motivates her to go the extra mile for our clients. By working at Legacy Law Center, she is able to aid individuals in making complex and meaningful decisions for themselves and their families. Kyra is an Ann Arbor native who received her undergraduate degree from The University of Michigan. Upon graduation, she attended Howard University School of Law where she received her J.D. She is currently an active member of the State Bar of Michigan and the Washtenaw County Bar Association.
• Independent Living - Debbie Adams, Director American House Carpenter
Debbie has been the Director of American House Carpenter for seven years. She enjoys both the residents and their families. She has been an advocate for seniors in many roles and has a background as a rehab social worker, activities director, and as a caregiver. The aging process is often complex and sometimes scary, and she believes it is her role to offer each senior an opportunity to experience joy, understanding, and solutions and to honor their beautiful human spirit.
• Rehabilitation - Courtney Hayes, Heartland Admissions Coordinator
Courtney is an Eastern Michigan graduate majoring in Marketing and Communications. She started her journey with Heartland Health Care Center a little over four years ago. She enjoys being an advocate for patients and has watched patients who she never thought would walk again, walk out Heartland’s doors and return home to their lives.