Kathleen Flammia

As you or your loved ones grow older, important elder care decisions will have to be made, which is why you need to plan ahead and secure the professional guidance that can help you and your family make the most informed decisions.

In recognition of Elder Law Month, One Senior Place Greater Orlando is hosting a Senior Survive and Thrive Workshop on Monday, May 23 from 2 to 4 p.m. During this educational workshop, board certified elder law attorney Kathleen Flammia will discuss utilizing Medicaid and Veterans Aid & Attendance benefits to pay for the rising cost of long term care, as well as estate planning tools and techniques to preserve your legacy and plan for your loved ones.

Emily S #2 for WEBEmily Stowers, MSW, One Senior Place Aging Services Manager, will also be on hand to discuss medical care as a vital component to aging well. She will delve into important topics such as care coordination, social and family support, legal decisions, your rights as a patient, insurance, and transitioning.

“Planning for the future can be overwhelming for aging citizens, but you don’t have to face this alone,” says Emily Stowers, MSW, Aging Services Manager at One Senior Place Greater Orlando. “There are many trained professionals out there who are dedicated to helping you organize these plans.”

Whether you are dealing directly with issues associated with aging or care for an aging loved one, an elder law attorney can help clarify the issues you are or will likely be facing. “Knowledge is power, so we need to be informed as we age and get the real facts from professionals in order to make objective and rational plans for whatever life may throw at us,” says Flammia.

Don’t miss the Senior Survive and Thrive Workshop at One Senior Place Greater Orlando on Monday, May 23 from 2-4 p.m. Reservations are required for this educational workshop, so please call 407.478.8700 and reserve your spot today.