It’s Never Too Late to Reinvent Your Life.

At some point in our lives, we all ask, “What’s next?” Armed with years of experience starting over and reinventing herself, Janet Holloway helps you answer that question and connect with dreams and goals from your younger years. She’ll suggest ways to reach those goals and inspire you to adopt a creative and positive […]

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I May Not Be Able to Stay in My Home Any Longer. What Are My Options?

There are many options, accommodating many levels of physical and mental need: adult day care, independent living, assisted living, personal care and nursing home care.  Jennifer shares how levels of care are determined, what each provides, and how to pay for services. Jennifer Newton | LFUCG Department of Social Services

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How Can the Veteran’s Administration Help My Father?

It’s a question Greg hears all the time. He will step you through the many excellent products and services from healthcare and disability to burial services to survivor benefits that the Veterans Administration makes available to honorably discharged veterans and families.  Greg Cox | Veterans Administration

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What On-Line Legal Documents Aren’t Telling You.

Bluegrass Elderlaw, PLLC is a legal practice involved with such aging-related activities as planning, dealing with disability and handling death transfers. Amy describes the legal documents that need to be in place for you to protect yourself and your family. Amy E. Dougherty | Bluegrass Elder Law, PLC

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The More You’re Needed, The More You Must Care For You.

todd oetken, Hilliard Lyons

By |February 23rd, 2013|Sunday Sessions, topics|0 Comments

The Latest Update on the Affordable Care Act

Laura Dake, Executive Director of ITNBluegrass

By |January 26th, 2013|Sunday Sessions, topics|0 Comments