Join us for Plan Well to Age Well, a three-part series

 
Making optimal decisions for you or a loved one involves advance planning. In this three-part series of panel discussions, financial planning, legal, healthcare and senior living experts offer their top recommendations for aging well and answer questions submitted by the audience.
 
Co-sponsored by Arlington Heights Memorial Library, Lutheran Home, The Moorings and Waverly Inn. Register for each session individually. Topics include:
 
Stay in Your Home
Tuesday, September 24, 7-9 p.m. / Hendrickson Room / Register
Experts from community agencies that serve older adults discuss community resources that can support you or a loved one staying at home and explore the implications of home health vs. caregiver vs. long-term care. Audience members will have an opportunity to submit questions to the panel.
 
When It's Time to Move
Tuesday, October 1, 7-9 p.m. / Hendrickson Room / Register
Independent living, assisted living, memory care, nursing care - so many choices! Learn from the experts when to consider making a move and what questions you should be asking the community you are considering. Learn how to navigate through the process and plan for your future needs now so you have peace of mind when the time comes. Audience members will have an opportunity to submit questions to the panel.
 
 
If your status is Confirmed Registration, your spot for the event is confirmed.

If registration for this event is full, you will be placed on a waiting list. Wait listed registrants are moved to the confirmed registration list (in the order of registration) when cancelations are received. You will receive an email notification if you are moved from the wait list to the confirmed registration list.

6.012 Patron-Generated Content

04/27/2011
The Library offers various venues in which patrons can contribute content that is accessible to the public.  These include, but are not limited to, blogs, reviews, forums, and social tagging on the Library’s website and catalog.  Any instance in which a patron posts written or recorded content to any of the Library’s venues that are accessible to the public is considered “patron-generated content” and is subject to this policy.
 
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Patrons are liable for the opinions expressed and the accuracy of the information contained in the content they submit.  The Library assumes no responsibility for such content.
 
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