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Presbyterian Manor to host event focused on legal, financial issues for those with Alzheimer’s disease

The diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease makes planning for the future more important than ever. In the Legal and Financial Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease program, you will have a chance to learn about important legal and financial issues to consider, how to put plans in place, and how to access legal and financial resources near you.

Join Rolla Presbyterian Manor for Legal and Financial Planning for Alzheimer’s, a free virtual event, at 3 p.m. June 16 to explore information for families and individuals dealing with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia. Topics covered will include making legal plans to fit your needs, legal documents you’ll need and what they mean for all of you, finding legal and financial assistance, government programs that can help pay for care, tax deductions and credits, and practical strategies for making a long-term plan of care.

Register online for Legal and Financial Planning for Alzheimer’s. Registration is handled through the Alzheimer’s Association of Great Missouri.

This event is one in a series of webinars exploring Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and some of the most important topics of concern to caregivers and those who are experiencing the disease.

Through November, we’ll explore a different topic each month through virtual presentations led by the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Missouri.

The series is part of Rolla Presbyterian Manor’s Just Ask lifelong learning program, featuring topics and speakers of interest to seniors and their adult children. Future topics include understanding and responding to dementia-related behaviors, legal and financial implications, and how to have difficult conversations about driving, finances and more. Check out a list of future events.

If you have questions about memory care services or attending virtual webinar using your phone or device, please call Joelle Freeland at 573-364-7336 and she will do her best to assist.

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