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Lunch & Learn Presented by SBBU: Staying Safe In Your Home

February 19 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm EST

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Lunch & Learn Presented by SBBU: Staying Safe In Your Home
Home is where the heart is. For many seniors, it’s where we’re most comfortable; surrounded by the things we love in a space that is welcoming and familiar to us. The overwhelming majority of seniors wish to remain in their homes and don’t believe they need to relocate simply because they are getting older. Sadly, many seniors are forced to move away from their cherished abodes because they have not made the necessary personal and housing adaptations that are required to age safely in their homes.
Physical, mental, emotional, and social issues can lead to health problems and an increased risk of hospitalization. But the negative aspects of these issues can be transformed to positives with a bit of well-planned adaptation. To begin you need to make an honest assessment of both your housing situation and your overall health. The key is taking steps to avoid the most common barriers to aging well. It’s a simple formula to prevent unwanted upheaval from your home. Learn tips and tricks from local experts on suggestions that help seniors and their loved ones work as a team to enable the dream of aging safely in their home become a reality for your retirement.
Knowledge is power…educate yourself today for the resources you or someone you love may need tomorrow!
Panelists to Include:
MaryAnne Hollander, Stop Slip Solutions
Linda Meeks, Helo Personal Emergency Device
Beth Stager, Electronic Caregiver Personal Emergency Device
Rebecca Marin, Assisting Hands
Korey Komorowski, HandyPro- Home Maintenance Services
Lunch Sponsored By- Meridian Senior Living
RSVP BY CALLING 941-216-7151

Details

Date:
February 19
Time:
11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Event ID:
306706

Venue

Our Lady Queen of Martyrs
833 Magellan Drive, Sarasota, FL 34243 United States
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