Category Archive: Entertaining

Vasaj Communications Gives Back to Community Hosting Free Stroke Awareness Event

Orlando, FL – May 10, 2018 – Vasaj Communications, a premier public relations firm based in Central Florida, has unveiled BEYOND WELLNESS, a community platform designed to honor and celebrate stroke survivors, their families, and caretakers during May, National Stroke Awareness Month. The event will include a complimentary meal and be held Friday, May 25, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at 715 Douglas Avenue, Altamonte Springs, Florida 32714.

“My mother had a stroke one year ago while no one around her realized she was having a medical crisis,” states Vasaj Communications Founder and CEO Vel Johnson. “When I realized there was a dire need for better education about stroke awareness, I created BEYOND WELLNESS. We’re planning to provide experts and resources for learning the warning signs and risk factors associated with stroke. The event will offer a combination of messages of inspiration and hope, lifestyle empowerment tools, and business networking, through our expo.” BEYOND WELLNESS will elevate the discussion of overcoming caregiving stress, with tips for staying emotionally and physically well. It will also heighten the awareness of methods of empowerment for stroke survivors and their circle of care, with support needed to thrive again.

Highlighting the program will be celebrity presenter Valerie Greene, known as “America’s Stroke Coach.” The renowned speaker survived a massive stroke at age 31 and has turned it into a gift for changing the world. Her message, “Stronger than Stroke” is expected to uplift, inspire and motivate all who attend.

The public is invited to attend this event. Admittance is free; however, pre-registration is required One Senior Place is serving as Host Partner for BEYOND WELLNESS. Sponsor and vendor partnerships include Advanced Life Management, Guarded Wellness, Heart Health Management, and other health and rehabilitative care organizations, along with groups who serve communities for age 50 and above. Vendor and sponsor opportunities are still available. Registration may be made by visiting the event’s website at


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Vasaj Communications, Inc. is a Central Florida-based nationally recognized, award winning, public relations firm, specializing in media relations and publicity for non-profits, corporate groups, and political platforms. Vasaj Communications embraces a dedicated approach to smart and consistent messaging and design with uncompromising high quality to execute successful PR campaigns. Please visit for more information or email

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A Guidebook to Planning for Old Age

Submitted by: Kathleen Flammia, P.A., Board Certified Elder Law Attorney, One Senior Place Resident Business

16548-Loverde 2Joy Loverde. Who Will Take Care of Me When I’m Old? Plan Now to Safeguard Your Health and Happiness in Old Age. New York, NY: Da Capo Press, 2017. 313 pages. Click here to order book via

Millions of Americans are facing old age essentially alone.  One in three baby boomers is single or no longer part of a couple due to divorce or death.  Others may be in a relationship where chronic illness has struck both partners simultaneously. Children may live too far away or lack the resources to offer a parent meaningful help.

But there is no reason why circumstances like these should bar anyone from a quality old age.  It just takes planning, which is where this empowering book comes in. Full of helpful checklists and worksheetsWho Will Take Care of Me When I’m Old? is an essential guide to preparing for and navigating the inevitable losses that aging entails – the loss of functioning, the loss of loved ones and friends, and the loss of income.

Joy Loverde, a consultant and speaker on aging issues and the author of The Complete Eldercare Planner, has written a self-help book that offers both emotional and practical advice.  The first chapters address overcoming the psychological barriers to planning.  After all, the prospect of growing old and needing care is something most people would prefer not to think about, much less plan for.  One early section suggests ways to avoid self-sabotaging thoughts.  Other section headings include “Lessen the Grip of Guilt” and “Motivate Yourself.”

The book then turns to the planning work at hand.  An early chapter deals with how to stay afloat financially.  Near the top of the list are getting one’s legal affairs in order, including consulting with an elder law attorney.  Loverde suggests ways to create an income stream in retirement and lists scores of job possibilities.  She even has recommendations for lowering grocery bills.

Kathleen FlammiaSucceeding chapters present ideas and resources for successfully aging in place alone, exploring housing options both in the U.S. and abroad, coping with widowhood, “foraging for a family,” staying connected with those you know and making new friends, and evaluating medical providers.  One chapter is devoted to considerations in adopting a pet.

The final chapters deal with strategies for coping when old age becomes seriously challenging.  Loverde covers “the game changer” of chronic illness, including how to effectively advocate for yourself or find a professional to advocate for you.   A chapter titled “‘Just Shoot Me’ Is Not a Plan” maps strategies for ensuring quality care at the end of life.  There is even a list of resources for those considering “suicide tourism.”

Throughout the book, Loverde provides names of helpful organizations, and one fun feature is that each chapter ends with one recommended book, YouTube video, movie, song and TED Talk on that chapter’s topic.  Near the end Loverde includes a multi-page goldmine of useful websites (ElderLawAnswers among them).

This is not the kind of book anyone looks forward to reading, but it is a book that is essential reading for anyone who wants to start laying the groundwork now for the best possible old age.

To read more about Who Will Take Care of Me When I’m Old?click here.


The Law Office of Kathleen Flammia has been serving Orange County and surrounding areas for the past fourteen years. Kathleen Flammia began her Elder Law practice in the heart of Winter Park, Florida after being in the criminal defense arena for 15 years.

The Community is Invited to help SCSO host Christmas Village and Santa’s Toy Store for Area Youth in Need

Each December, the Seminole County Sheriff’s Foundation joins with community care providers and local business partners to host a “Christmas Village” to help provide a brighter holiday for children in foster care, as well as those who have faced abuse or neglect. Volunteers hold toy drives and raise funds to obtain thousands of toys, then set up a festive Christmas Village, complete with games, cookie decorating, crafts, and visits with Santa. While the children enjoy the activities, their parents and caregivers secretly shop for toys to help provide a bright Christmas morning. Families attending the event are by invitation only.

Watch the excitement of a past year’s event in the video below!

The SCSO is excited to announce that we are partnering with Seminole County Government and the Seminole County Fire Department to ensure this year’s event is a huge success and every child who participates has a happy and joyful holiday season.



CVDonate toys individually, or as a family, or encourage your company, church or civic group to put out boxes and have a toy drive. We are in need of several thousand new, unwrapped toys to reach our goal!

The children served range in age from infant up to 18, and we especially need items for teens (accessories, watches, electronics, bicycles, etc.). Please deliver toys by Friday, December 15th at any of our Seminole County Sheriff’s Office, library or fire station locations listed here. **ONE SENIOR PLACE WILL ALSO BE COLLECTING TOYS THROUGH DECEMBER 15.**

Not sure what to donate? Here is a list of suggested items for our middle and high school aged kids.

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Financial donations are tax deductible and are greatly appreciated. Donations may be made by clicking on the button below, or send checks made payable to the SCSO Community Foundation to 100 Eslinger Way, Sanford, FL 32773.  Click here to donate.


Volunteers are needed to assist with setting up the Christmas Village on Friday, December 15th. This involves decorating dozens of trees and the Santa photo area – it’s a task any holiday decorator would love! Volunteers are also needed for the day of the event on December 16th. Some of the tasks include assisting with serving food to volunteers, helping with registration, supervising the children’s activities, and gift wrapping. Volunteer alone, bring your family, or get your company or group involved! Volunteers must be at least 16-years-old and a background check is required.

Interested in helping with the 2017 Christmas Village? Please click here to download the application form or email Barbara Sellers for details.


Corporate partners or individuals contributing $500 or more will receive signage at the event, have logo placement on materials, and be publicly acknowledged throughout the event and on social media. For more information or to send logos, please email the Seminole County Sheriff’s Foundation.

Seminole County Sheriff’s Foundation

100 Eslinger Way Sanford, FL 32773 – 407.665.6880


Every Day is Veterans Day: One Senior Place hosts free event in Altamonte Springs Sept. 22

A Fitting Tribute to Veterans

One Senior Place Greater Orlando is hosting Every Day is Veterans Day, an annual event that recognizes our country’s veterans.

Sgt Harry Shakes and Don KramerIn order to celebrate and honor the service of U.S. veterans, One Senior Place Greater Orlando, along with Honor Flight Central Florida and VITAS Healthcare, will host Every Day is Veterans Day on Friday, September 22 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its offices in Altamonte Springs.

Free and open to the public, the event has become a tradition at One Senior Place, and this year, numerous veterans and military organizations will be represented. Every Day is Veterans Day will feature a color guard, musical tribute, celebrity emcee, refreshments and door prizes.

“We feel there’s nothing more important than honoring and remembering the service of our veterans,” said Don Kramer, CEO of One Senior Place. “As providers of advice and services to seniors, caregivers and those approaching retirement, we constantly come into contact with them and understand the critical role they play as mentors to our younger generations and individuals whose sacrifices have helped preserve our freedoms.”

One of the event’s hosts, Honor Flight, is a non-profit organization dedicated to  providing veterans with honor and closure by transporting them to Washington, D.C. to visit the memorials created to honor their service and sacrifice.

Top priority is given to WWII veterans and those who may be terminally ill.

The Department of Veterans Affairs estimates 640 WWII veterans die every day, so the time to express thanks to these brave men and women is running out. Honor Flight works to ensure as many as possible get to visit these memorials.

“Veterans have given so much, and it’s important we show them their efforts are not forgotten,” said Donald Menzel, Honor Flight Central Florida marketing director. “Every Day is Veterans Day is a great example of how a community should honor veterans, and we’re proud to be hosting this event with One Senior Place and VITAS Healthcare.”

Highlighting this year’s event will be a patriotic musical salute performed by the CINQ Brass Quintet and Legacy! Choral Ensemble from Central Florida Community Arts.

For the fourth year, the multiple-award-winning Dorie Miller Memorial Post 331 of Orlando will perform Presentation of Colors. Winners of several color guard competitions, Post 331 will also be presented with a Congressional Certificate of Recognition from U.S. Congressman Bill Posey during the event.

Lauren Rowe, best known as the award-winning news anchor for WKMG-TV Local 6 Orlando, will act as celebrity emcee. Rowe is currently president of Rowe Communications and Director of Communications for Orlando Sanford International Airport.

This year, the Vietnam Unforgettable Memories Foundation (VUMF), a group of Vietnamese-American women whose mission is to thank all Vietnam-era veterans for defending their country against communist aggression, will present memorial pins to all Vietnam veterans in attendance.

For those who have passed, the VUMF will present memorial pins to surviving spouses or Gold Star Mothers.

“This is always such a touching and special day for everyone involved, and we’re looking forward to this year’s event more than ever before,” said Kramer. “It just keeps growing, which says a lot about this community and its support of veterans.”

Most of those who will be attending the event served in WWII, Korea and Vietnam, but all veterans are welcome. And while Every Day is Veterans Day is all about the men and women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, it is free and open to the public.

“Everyone is welcome,” stressed Kramer. “We want everyone to join us in honoring and celebrating the selfless service of those who have given so much.”

While an RSVP is not required, attendees are encouraged to call 407-949-6733 so that organizers can fully accommodate the expected large turnout.


Photo Caption: 95-year old Army Command Sergeant Major Harry Shakes (Retired) is a veteran of WWII, Korea and Vietnam and is pictured here with Don Kramer, Founder and CEO of One Senior Place.  Honor Flight and One Senior Place will team up to honor veterans at a special patriotic concert during Every Day is Veterans Day on Friday, September 22, from 10am-1pm at One Senior Place. Call 407-949-6733 for more information or to reserve free tickets.  Photo courtesy of One Senior Place


One Senior Place is a comprehensive, one-stop resource office with access to information, advice, and services for seniors. Not only are a variety of businesses available in one location, but we also offer educational seminars on a regular basis, and our Senior Resource Library is available to help you find what you are looking for. Call 407-949-6733 for more information or for a complimentary consultation with a One Senior Place Aging Services Expert.


Honor Flight Presents ‘Every Day is Veterans Day’ Sept 22

Patriotic musical salute at popular annual event in Altamonte Springs  

(ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FL)  September 12, 2017 –  Honor Flight Central Florida presents Every Day is Veterans Day, a patriotic concert and special free event for veterans on Friday, September 22 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at 715 Douglas Avenue in Altamonte Springs. Co-sponsored by VITAS Healthcare and One Senior Place Greater Orlando,  the event will begin with a Posting of the Colors by the award-winning Dorie Miller Memorial Post 331 of Orlando Color Guard. Rousing marches by John Philip Sousa as well as songs of America will be performed by Cinq Brass Quintet and Legacy! Choral Ensemble from Central Florida Community Arts.  The event will be emceed by Lauren Rowe, best known as the award-winning television news anchor for WKMG-TV Local 6 in Orlando.  A highlight of the event will be the presentation of the Vietnam War Commemoration pin, given to all Vietnam Veterans in attendance, or their Gold Star family member, by the Vietnam Unforgettable Memories Foundation.  The mission of the Foundation, operated entirely by Vietnamese-American women, is to thank veterans of the Vietnam war and educate the public at large on the scope of American sacrifices for freedom.  Attendees are invited to wear red, white and blue in patriotic solidarity.  While there is no charge for the concert, attendees are asked to RSVP to 407-949-6733 to reserve seating in the VITAS auditorium at One Senior Place, located near Florida Hospital, off I-4 between State Roads 434 and 436.  More information about the free Every Day is Veterans Day is available at, on FaceBook at or by calling 407-949-6733.

Marketing Director for Honor Flight Central Florida, Donald Menzel is expecting a big turnout for Every Day is Veterans Day At One Senior Place in Altamonte Springs.

“We are delighted to be partnering with One Senior Place and VITAS Healthcare to honor our veterans with this special patriotic concert event,” said Menzel. “Our focus has always been on the debt of gratitude we owe to the men and women who have worn our nation’s uniform. The concert is a reminder of our great nation and those who answered the call to serve.”

Begun in 2005, Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America’s veterans for all their sacrifices. They transport veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at the memorials of their service branch. Top priority is given to World War II veterans, along with veterans of other conflicts who may be terminally ill.  Since 2005, more than 180,000 veterans and 126,000 guardians have been flown to the nation’s capital by Honor Flight.

Every Day is Veterans Day is one of several major events held annually at One Senior Place, The Experts in Aging, a marketplace for resources, information, advice, care and on-site services for seniors and their families.  One Senior Place Greater Orlando is located at 715 Douglas Avenue in Altamonte Springs.  The award-winning concept brings together various services for seniors under a single roof.  The One Senior Place Greater Orlando site offers over 14,000 sq. ft. of showrooms, office suites and advertising opportunities for 50 senior-focused businesses.  The Altamonte location was recognized for its positive impact on the community and named “Business of the Year” by the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce. A complete calendar of One Senior Place events and list of affiliated providers is available at, through FaceBook or by calling 407-949-6733.


Photo (attached) –  Veterans will be honored during ‘Every Day is Veterans Day,’ a patriotic concert event on Friday, September 22 at One Senior Place in Altamonte Springs.  Call 407-949-6733 for more information. photo by judith vaughn photography.

 About Honor Flight – Each Honor Flight is conducted by a chapter of the non-profit network dedicated to transporting as many United States military veterans as possible to see the Washington, D.C. memorials of the respective war(s) in which they fought.   An Honor Flight is at no cost to the veteran.  Currently the Honor Flight network of organizations is focused on transporting veterans of World War II to the National World War II Memorial, and any veteran with a terminal illness to see the memorial of the war in which they fought. Organizers will “naturally transition” their programs to focus on veterans of the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and subsequent wars as the veterans of those wars get older.

Honor Flights arrive at all three of the Washington’s area airports: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, and Washington Dulles International Airport. The veterans are generally escorted by volunteer Guardians, who help them on the flight and around D.C. After landing, the taxiing airplane may be saluted by fire trucks, and passengers are often met by cheering crowds in D.C. or upon their return flight home. More information about Honor Flight is available at their website,

 About One Senior Place– Now in its 12th year, One Senior Place is a marketplace of resources and provider of information, advice, care and on-site services for seniors and their family caregivers in Central and East Central Florida.  Completely unique, One Senior Place Greater Orlando at 715 Douglas Avenue in Altamonte Springs is a one-stop information and retail sales center “revolutionizing the way America shops for senior care and services.”  It is off I-4 between State Roads 434 and 436.  One Senior Place is home to a wide variety of senior-focused businesses, a resource library and is the site of educational seminars and presentations for seniors.  More information about One Senior Place and One Senior Place Orlando can be found on the company website at or by calling 407-949-6733.

About VITAS Healthcare – VITAS® Healthcare, a pioneer and leader in the hospice movement since 1978, is the nation’s largest provider of end-of-life care. Our name is derived from the Latin word for “lives” and symbolizes the VITAS mission: to preserve the quality of life for those who have a limited time to live.

Headquartered in Miami, Florida, VITAS operates 44 hospice locations in in 14 states and the District of Columbia.

VITAS has enjoyed dynamic growth since its founding as a volunteer organization by a United Methodist minister and an oncology nurse. Today, VITAS employs 11,490 professionals who care for terminally ill patients daily-primarily in the patients’ homes, and also in the company’s inpatient hospice units as well as in hospitals, nursing homes and assisted living communities/residential care facilities. VITAS team members include registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, home health aides, physicians, social workers, chaplains and other caregiving professionals.  More about VITAS® Healthcare is available on their website at

Watercrest Senior Living Group Celebrates the Opening of Market Street Memory Care Residence in Viera

VERO BEACH, FL, January 17, 2017 – Watercrest Senior Living Group proudly welcomes residents to the opening of the premier Market Street Memory Care Residence in Viera, Florida. The 44,000 square foot, 60-unit memory care community, built by Walker & Company, offers world-class care, multi-sensory programming, extraordinary culinary experiences, and unparalleled associate training honoring seniors and their families.

market street-3865Designed, owned and operated by Watercrest Senior Living Group, Market Street Memory Care Communities connect the hearts and minds of residents by stimulating their senses with the purpose of reexperiencing memories. Market Street Memory Care Residence of Viera is an innovative and artfully designed memory care community envisioned by Market Street co-owner, Marc Vorkapich, and the first of three Market Street communities currently under development by Watercrest Senior Living Group.

“We celebrate this momentous occasion welcoming the first residents, families and associates to Market Street, with a collective focus to dramatically enhance the lives of seniors living with Alzheimer’s and dementia through innovation and exceptional standards of care,” says Marc Vorkapich, Principal and CEO of Watercrest Senior Living Group. Market Street Memory Care Residence of Viera features an inviting and purposeful LifeBUILT design, including spacious accommodations, abundant natural lighting, internal courtyards with lush gardens, circular walkways, visual cueing and multiple social gathering places.

Market Plaza, a highlight and central gathering space for residents, boasts a timeless charm with fresh flowers, trees and an enticing streetscape, all surrounded by the calming sounds of nature. Residents delight in the comfort of familiar activities such as visiting the Post Office and Newsstand, browsing the Art Gallery, sampling fresh pastries at the Bakery, or visiting the Salon and Spa for special pampering.

“We are honored to open our doors at Market Street and initiate a profound impact on the lives of seniors and their families while creating common unity partnerships to benefit our neighbors, associates and the community of Viera,” says Stephanie Walsh, Executive Director of Market Street Memory Care Residence of Viera.

All Market Street associates receive world-class training in the field as Nationally Certified Dementia Care Practitioners and their cutting-edge memory care programming includes Personal Life Silhouettes, Music & Memory, Memories in the Making, For the Love of Color, multi-sensory culinary and gardening experiences, as well as personal well-being activities.

Centrally located in Brevard County at 6845 Murrell Road, Melbourne, FL 32940, this unique location offers seniors one of Florida’s highest qualities of life. For reservations and community information contact Bridget McNally at 321-253-6321 or visit

Watercrest Senior Living Group specializes in the development and operations management of assisted living and memory care communities. Focused on the growth of servant leaders, Watercrest Senior Living Group identifies people as the company’s greatest asset. For more information, please visit

Connecting Through Artistic Expression

New art gallery at One Senior Place awakens, inspires and connects the community with the valuable contributions of older adults.

OPENING NIGHT - Doyen GalleryOne Senior Place’s newest resident business, the non-profit Creative Care Association (CCA) and their sponsor, Compass Research, unveil an innovative new art gallery in February with an eye-opening exhibit schedule for the year ahead. Doyen Gallery will display original art showcasing the importance of creative expression in older adults (baby boomers and retirees) – respectfully called “third-age” individuals by the CCA team. Upcoming exhibits feature under-explored subjects such as late-in-life tattoos, life and humor in the hospice care journey, and memory-generating paintings of people with dementia.

This unique addition to Central Florida’s growing art community opens with a mission to defy age-based stereotypes and provoke inter-generational connections. Inspired by a growing cultural movement to embrace elders and find value in their long life experience, CCA’s founder and gallery director, Linda Taylor, found a way to drive that cause forward. “Art has always provoked awareness and progress. It’s a great way to break down barriers and change our cultural biases about aging.” she said.

As a financial planner for caregivers and former caregiver for her deceased father, Taylor sees how a center like One Senior Place effects positive change in the lives of seniors and their families. Familiar with the isolation of older people when mental and physical decline sets in, she says people often lack empathy and understanding about those aging challenges. “Even in the sunset years, there is still so much life, knowledge, and wisdom our third-age population has to share with us. It’s valuable to younger people and validates older ones who think their experience doesn’t matter anymore. In fact, this is the time it’s most significant.” The gallery will provide ongoing opportunities to engage with youth and teach the value of elder interaction. CCA organizers hope it provokes an understanding and empathy among generations that has been long embraced by other cultures worldwide.

One of the highly anticipated displays is the Memories in the Making exhibit in late May. While hosting this Alzheimer’s Association art program at One Senior Place, Teresa Risner (a long-term care advisor) realized how essential creative activities are for improving a person’s quality of life. This weekly activity helps memory challenged families communicate and maintain social connections through painting. Risner notes that even though spectators are impressed at the quality of artwork produced by new advanced age artists, those who actually see it are few and far between. She keenly observes, “The art world tends to follow the cultural norm of avoiding the subject of aging. Meanwhile, art has great capacity for expanding our views of the world. Why aren’t we showing it off?”

Don Kramer, owner of One Senior Place, is enthusiastic about their new addition. “We are pleased and honored that CCA chose this location for the Doyen Gallery. We know seniors can feel invisible in our hectic, youth-oriented society. This turns that situation on its head by celebrating the richness of experience and vision exclusive to those who have lived a long life.” Another fan is the gallery sponsor, Compass Research, a clinical research site which shapes global advancements in advanced age treatments and medication. Spokesperson, Ashley Mathis expressed appreciation for the new venture and a mission which closely aligns with their own. “We look forward to supporting our local seniors with a place to continue finding their own creative expression and display new skills.”

Doyen Gallery celebrates its launch with an opening night reception and preview of upcoming exhibits on Saturday, February 11th at One Senior Place in Altamonte Springs. Guests and artists are invited to come and celebrate with food, music and plenty of art. Space is limited for the event, and pre-registration is required. To register for the reception or obtain additional information about future exhibits, visit CCA’s website at


One Senior Place is a comprehensive, one-stop resource with access to information, advice, guidance and services for seniors. Not only are a variety of businesses available in one location, but educational seminars, complimentary consultations with an Aging Services Expert, and a senior resource library are also available to help you find what you are looking for. To find out more, call 407-949-6733.

Emmy Nominated Report Asks: Are You Ready for ‘Aging in Place?’

WFTV-Channel 9 News Anchor Martie Salt to present Blindsided: The Reality of Caring for Aging Parents at One Senior Place Greater Orlando Educational Seminar

martie-salt-wftv-channel-9-aOrlando, FL – One Senior Place and LTC Advisors will host Blindsided: The Realities of Aging, on Wednesday, December 7 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at its offices in Altamonte Springs. This educational seminar, designed to provide critical information on the costs associated with elder care and how to prepare for them, is FREE and open to the public.

Headlining the event is Martie Salt, WFTV-Channel 9 news anchor, who will screen her highly informative TV special, Blindsided: The Reality of Caring for Aging Parents. After the screening, she will take questions from the audience and discuss her personal journey as a caregiver.

During her TV special, Salt took an in-depth look at the high costs associated with taking care of elderly parents and why most people are not prepared for this inevitability. She also presented sobering information regarding how individuals cannot depend on Medicare or Medicaid to pay for long-term care services. While interviewing Central Florida elder care professionals, it was revealed that most people do not have the finances to carry them through their expected lifetimes.

This growing healthcare crisis will affect millions of Americans — both the elderly and children of aging parents — as the baby boomer generation continues to age. Preparing for the inevitable realities of aging and their associated costs are tantamount to creating financial stability and peace of mind. The goal of this seminar is to educate and inform.


One Senior Place is a one-stop resource and information office providing advice, care and services for seniors, caregivers and those approaching retirement. It is home to a wide variety of senior-focused businesses, a resource library and is the site of educational seminars and presentations for seniors. Located at 715 Douglas Ave. near Florida Hospital Altamonte (off I-4 between State Roads 434 and 436) One Senior Place was named Florida’s Small Business of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration in 2008. In 2014, it was recognized for its positive impact on the community and named “Business of the Year” by the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce. More information about One Senior Place can be found on the company website at or by calling 407-949-6733.

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