Family caregiving is the topic of an upcoming AARP Kentucky and the University of Louisville’s Trager Institute series of 1-hour presentations.
At noon (Eastern time) on Friday, March 26, Kentucky Elder Law will present Elder Laws for Caregivers, a discussion about the laws families need to consider when caring for a loved one.
There is no fee to attend but registration is required.
These sessions using the online platform, Zoom. You will receive the Zoom link once you register.
To register, visit aarp.org or https://states.aarp.org/kentucky/events-ky
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