Learn How We Can Take Care of Our Seniors on Senior Citizens Law Day

Tags: Health, Neighborhoods, Alexandria, Alexandria Bar Association Foundation, senior citizen health, senior citizens, senior services

senior_services_logoThe Alexandria Bar Association and Senior Services of Alexandria are partnering to present the second annual Senior Citizens Law Day on Saturday, October 13, 2012.  

Two panels of local experts will provide information on aging, housing options, planning and paying for long term care as well as important planning to enable seniors to “stay ahead of the curve” with professional help and available benefits.  Whether you want information for yourself, a parent or other loved one, friend or neighbor, we believe you will want to be part of this exciting, free event.   

This year’s theme – “Alexandria for a Lifetime” – will explore the opportunities for aging in this community through a case study based on real scenarios.  An enormous number of private and public services can meet the needs of seniors, yet too many families scramble to address concerns on an emergency basis because they have not planned carefully and cannot access those services quickly and easily.  This program will change that scenario for the citizens of Alexandria who attend!

The free event will be held at First Baptist Church, 2932 King Street, Alexandria, on Saturday, October 13, 2012, from 8:30am to 12:15pm.  Coffee and continental breakfast will be available.  Parking is free and plentiful, and the facility is accessible.  You may register for the event by contacting SSA at (703) 836 4414, ext. 10 or at www.seniorservicesalex.org.


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