Maple Point and Piatt County Nursing Home will be hosting a 4-week educational series in April and May.
April 24, 6 p.m. – What Happens
When the Money Runs Out
Presented by Roxanna Webb, Caregiver Advisor with Family Service Senior Resource Center of Champaign County. Webb will discuss what happens if you or a loved ones needs long term care and you don’t have the financial resources to pay for the care. Long term care options available to seniors will be discussed with plenty of time for questions.
May 1, 6 p.m. – Healthy
Presented by Hope Wolfe & Dr. Ann Marty. Mental health & depression can often be prevalent as we age. Recognizing the signs will be reviewed as well as treatments and other changes we experience through the aging process.
May 8, 6 p.m. – The Hearse Doesn’t Have a Trailer Hitch.
This presentation will discuss how to tackle downsizing and help you get organized. Tips on sharing the possessions we love with the people we love will be discussed.
May 15, 6 p.m. – Live Well Retire Well
Presented by Kelly Finet, Kevin Herbold and a medical professional. Our panel will review all aspects of retiring and how we remain financially and physically healthy through the years.
All presentations will be held at Maple Point Supportive Living, 1000 N. Union Dr., Monticello. For more information, call 217-762-6500.