September 28, 2019 we held our Caregiver and Aging Conference at Southern Connecticut State University. We served nearly 100 people at the event and feedback onsite was great, but don't take my word for it...
Our post event survey reached about 1/3 of event participants and 95% said they would recommend the event to others.
Here are a few quotes from our recent feedback survey!
Some Reasons to Advocate For The Event:
Bringing people together in a society where we are moving to separation.
This conference is just what I was looking for. I am a medical Social Worker and I am often faced with the very same topics that was discussed at the conference. I am very grateful.
I belong to the baby boomer generation with lots of friends of the same age, who would benefit from as much information & help as is available
I shared information from these seminars less than 24 hrs later and I needed to attend all of the sessions.
Some Things People Learned:
Thought bubble and accountability to control my eating habits and get on a path to a healthier life
Estate planning Alzheimer's disease research Fraud watch
Topics on preparing your home. Medicare topics. Having a financial plan for retirement.
Learned that I could save my Mom the premium on her Medicare insurance. Every little bit helps her financial situation
We are especially thankful for people spending their time with us and for those who attended / provided guidance or sponsorship.
We are not experts ourselves, but what we want to do is put you in contact with people who are knowledgeable about things you may be looking for.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions and I'll do my best to help you find someone who might be able to provide guidance :)
We'd like to give a special shout out to some of these friends now:
The Connecticut AARP and their volunteers - Thanks for all the hard work and content. They are always presenting and organizing events around the state - look for them in your neighborhood!
And all of our speakers who provided us with wisdom and learning! You can view their information clicking here
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Thanks again and don't forget - connecting as individuals is one of the surest ways to break stereotypes and share in the wisdom of our neighbors! You are not alone.