Senior University 101: A Series on Your Aging Parent
Wisconsin Lutheran Living Center assisted living would like to invite seniors and their adult children to a three-part series: Senior University 101: A Series on Your Aging Parent. This educational series will provide valuable and timely information that will benefit seniors and their families as they navigate the challenges and changes of the golden years.
We know how busy life gets. It's tough to set aside an hour of time. We want to make it easier! Homemade pie awaits attendees at each presentation, AND if they register ahead of time, they will get a free take and bake pizza to take home (choice of cheese, sausage, or pepperoni). Registration deadlines are one week before each event.
These free seminars will take place in the gathering room at Wisconsin Lutheran Living Center, located at 9035 N. 97th Street in Milwaukee.
Tuesday, September 22, 6:00-7:00 pm
AGING INTO HOSPICE: What to expect as your loved one ages and transitions into end-of-life care
Presenter: Arlene Himmelreich, RN from Hometown Hospice and Homecare
Tuesday, September 29, 6:00-7:00 pm
FINANCIAL AND HEALTHCARE POWER OF ATTORNEY: What you need to know to be prepared
Presenter: Attorney David Nommensen, Owner of Nommensen Law Offices
Tuesday, October 6, 6:00-7:00 pm
MEMORY LOSS, DEMENTIA, AND ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE: How the brain is affected and what people need to know about these areas
Presenter: Virginia Zerpa, Outreach Coordinator for the Alzheimer's Association