About this event:
Ah, the Golden Years!
A time to celebrate a life well lived and enjoy the fruits of your labors…at least
that is what it should be. But, all too often, the Golden Years come with so
many questions and concerns that it becomes hard to enjoy.
This series is your one-stop-shop to get those questions answered and
prepare yourself and your loved ones to move through the
Golden Years with confidence in the decisions you will need to make.
August 29, 2018 9:30-11:00
Beau Ebenezer of Evergreen Senior Living
Learn the difference in care between an Assisted Living Center and Nursing Home and what makes one a candidate for Assisted Living facilities. Learn how the cost is determined and if Medicare will pay for any of these services.
Missy Herridge of Heritage Manor
Learn the difference between a Skilled Care Facility and a Nursing Home. Learn the characteristics of a quality facility and learn where to look for government reviews of a facility.
September 5, 2018 9:30-11:00
Haskell Hott Funeral Home
Understand the importance of prearranging services and final wishes.
Jamie Harwood, Peoria County Coroner
Understand the coroner’s duties and what to do if a family member passes at home.
September 12, 2018 9:30-11:00
Suzie Platt of Spoon River Home Health
Discover the skilled home care options after being discharged from the hospital, including; the type of care (nursing/therapy), frequency of care, and length of eligibility.
Cindy LeMasters, Senior Care Advocate
Discover the meaning of non-skilled care, if it is covered by Medicare/Medicaid and how much is covered, how to interview an agency, and if I can hire my own staff privately.
September 19, 2018 9:30-11:00
Amy Shinall, Victims Advocate for Peoria County Police Department
Identify ways to protect yourself from the latest, more sophisticated scams that affect people of all ages on a variety of platforms; phone, email, social media, etc.
September 26, 2018 9:30-11:00
Jill Prosser of Unity Point Methodist Hospice
Know what to look for in choosing a hospice; the benefits, the cost and financial responsibility, for profit vs not-for-profit hospice.
Cordis & Cordis Law
Know the most important legal papers to have prepared; at what age to make a will, living will, and power of attorney for healthcare; and if these documents can be overturned by my family.
Join us for this FREE 5 week series hosted by the
Princeville Heritage Museum and Spoon River Home Health.
Coffee and refreshments will be served.