Information posted October 2, 2013
Planning and Caring for You and Your Family
CARP Halton Chapter is pleased to introduce an information-packed Education Series developed by many of our Chapter Partners. Each participating Partner representative has taken responsibility for at least one of the information sessions in the series to either deliver the session themselves or arrange for an affiliated specialist to do so. The CARP Halton Chapter Board of Directors thanks the following contributors for lending their expertise to develop what promises to be an unprecedented interactive 9-part series designed for those aged 45 and older. This series is in addition to the regular Community Meetings held each month in both Milton and Burlington.
We thank Jill Voytek of Solutions for Aging who worked with the participating Partners to develop the series format and define a line-up of progressive educational content to tie with our “Aging Wisely” theme. The following is a list of those Partners:
- Burlington Memorial Gardens
- Canadian Christian Tours
- Chartwell Oakville Retirement Residence
- Disability Tax Solutions
- Halton Healthcare ConnectCare, WorkFit Total Therapy Centre, Oakville Hospital Footcare & Orthotic Centre
- Hear More Canada
- Home Instead Senior Care
- Royal Botanical Gardens
- Royal LePage Burloak Real Estate Services
- Shoppers HomeHealthCare, Burlington
Face the Future with Confidence
Although there is no roadmap for life, you can take control of your future by being well informed about important decisions and choices. We all know change is inevitable and life sometimes throws you a curveball – but don’t wait for circumstance to dictate your next move.
Participate in this informative and interactive series presented by CARP Halton Chapter & delivered by our CARP Halton Partners and learn more about how to face the future with confidence. Live long, live better!
We thank Chartwell Oakville Retirement Residence for generously hosting this series. Their comfortable setting will contribute to a very postive experience. We do encourage people to attend all of the sessions to gain maximum benefit and to also learn more about the impressive extent of the resources available within the Halton Region to help each one of us face each phase of our future with confidence.
LOCATION: Chartwell Oakville Retirement Residence, 180 Oak Park Blvd. Oakville, ON L6H 0A6
TIME: Check in at 6:30 pm. Formal session starts at 7:00 pm and ends at 9:00 pm. Interactive discussion or question and answer will occur either during the presentation or at 8:30 pm after the formal presentation, depending on the presenter.
DATES: See chart below for topic and date. Each is on a Wednesday each month from October 2013 to June 2014.
|Wed. Oct. 16, 2013||Advanced Planning – What is it and why it is so darn important
|Wed. Nov. 20, 2013||Living Well / Taking Care of Yourself
|Wed. Dec. 4, 2013||Living Well / Taking Care of Yourself
|Wed. Jan. 15, 2014||Starting a new chapter/finding new meaning – applies to various life stages from semi-retirement, retirement|
|Wed. Feb. 19, 2014||Staying at home
|Wed. Mar. 19, 2014||Weighing Your Options – Housing and Care
|Wed. Apr. 16, 2014||Weighing Your Options – Housing and Care
|Wed. May 21, 2014||Caregiver Alert
|Wed. June 11, 2014|| End of Life / Coping After Loss
CARP Members: $5.00 per session or $25.00 for full series – tax receipt
Non Members: $10.00 per session or $50.00 for full series – tax receipt
ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO THE ALZHEIMER’S SOCIETY OF HALTON/HAMILTON
CARP HALTON CHAPTER: A NEW VISION FOR AGING
To Register: Contact Tom Carrothers by phone, 905-319-7345 OR email, [email protected]