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Event: Organizing to Stay at Home

sea-logo-sm“Organizing to Stay at Home” is an educational event that will provide helpful information to help your senior or disabled loved ones continue living safely at home. Seniors and disabled persons long to age at home, to be in a familiar environment and the comforts of their own home. There are many solutions and technologies that enable this to happen. Assisted Living Technologies is honored to be a part of this event. Mario D’Aquila, Vice President of Assisted Living Technologies, will be at the event and share many of our senior technology solutions. We believe that technology can play a critical role in organizing to stay at home.

“Organizing to Stay at Home”

Saturday, January 21
Snow Date Saturday, January 28th
2:00 –4:00 pm
Madison Senior Center
29 Bradley Rd, Madison, CT

The Shoreline Eldercare Alliance is hosting this event that brings many solution providers and ideas together. Presentations will be provided on the following topics:

  • Redesigning Your Home
  • Reverse Mortgages
  • Geriatric Care Managers
  • Elder Care Attorneys
  • Long Term Care Insurances
  • Assisted Living Technologies
  • Shoreline Village Connecticut

Various panel speakers will answer questions and provide valuable take-home materials. Healthy snacks and door prizes will be offered!

For more information call SEA at 1-800-426-5086 or visit www.shorelineeldercarealliance.org.

For specific questions regarding technology or home care for your senior or disabled loved one, please contact Assisted Living Services or Assisted Living Technologies.

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