Many of us have been there for parents and other loved ones as they have grown older. It is often through these experiences that we begin to recognize the wisdom of planning ahead for our own health, legal considerations, financial concerns, housing, and family issues as we age.
There’s no crystal ball, but this seminar will help you to draft a road map for anticipating and planning for your own aging journey.
Do you have questions about:
• Options for long-term care if and when you need support.
• Your alternatives if you receive a diagnosis of a progressive health condition.
• How to make sense of the myriad of resources and choices.
• The essential legal documents that you need to have in place if you become incapacitated.
• What legal documents you can use to make sure your wishes are carried out after your death.
• How to manage and organize your finances if and when you are no longer able to.
This seminar will help you answer these questions and more.
The Power of Planning is a 90-minute seminar where you can benefit from the knowledge and expertise of a Certified Care Manager and an Elder Law Attorney. These experienced advisers will help you prepare for both the predictable as well as the What If’s of aging. We’ll cover:
1. Legal considerations and planning
2. Options for receiving care when you need it
3. Costs to consider
4. Organizing your finances and finding the right supports
Wendy Nathan, B.Sc., CMC is a Certified Care Manager with Aging Wisdom. Wendy combines two decades of experience in healthcare working in a variety of roles. For 15 years she worked intimately with older adults providing home care services and also as a licensed massage practitioner, providing her a unique opportunity to see how people age, and what influences them to age well or poorly. This led Wendy to the UW Certificate in Gerontology and ultimately becoming a care manager.
Katie Peterson is an attorney at Northwest Elder Law and is passionate about serving the long-term planning and care needs of seniors. She received both her Bachelor’s degree and law degree from the UW. Her law practice provides services in the areas of estate planning, probate, guardianship, and Medicaid planning. Katie is licensed to practice law in Washington State and is a member of the Washington State Bar Association Elder Law Section and the King County Bar Association Guardianship and Elder Law Section.