For seniors wanting to age alone and their families to discuss topics such as financing, housing, transportation, healthcare, emergency assistance, resources, and more.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / PRURGENT
According to the United States Census Bureau, of the 70 million Baby Boomers in the country, some 27 percent are living alone and that number is growing daily. Without a good plan for what is being called “Solo Aging,” single seniors may experience some real challenges ahead.
In a free seminar sponsored by Terri Hilliard, PC, estate and elder care attorney Terri Hilliard will discuss many of the factors seniors need to consider to live by themselves in relative comfort and safety. The January 24 program will be held from 12 to 1 p.m. at the Janet Levett Chamber of Commerce Center, 600 Hampshire Blvd., Suite 202, Westlake Village. A light lunch and beverages will be served.
The program, which is part of a series of seminars on aging, will stress the need for seniors who want to live alone and their families to jointly plan for the future. Issues that should be addressed include matters related to housing, finances, healthcare, transportation, mobility, emergency assistance, social interaction, staying active, and resources.
Space is limited. Interested parties can register at (805) 201-2552 or by e-mail to ClientServicesTerriHilliard.com.
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About Terri Hilliard, PC
Terri Hilliard, PC practice areas include estate, elder care, and special needs planning, business succession planning, asset preservation planning, special needs trusts, living wills and trusts, healthcare directives, family protection planning, planned giving, and general business formation and facilitation. The law firm also serves as a private mediator, assisting families, elders, individuals, and businesses in resolving disputes.