Cottonwood support an assisted living center?
What is our area looking for in an Assisted Living Center? What type of services are YOU interested in? Do we want our parents near us or more than an hour away when they can no longer live independently? How can we help plan for them now before a crisis happens?
Most Idahoans will encounter the need for long term care, either for themselves or a loved one. Many people make long term care decisions when they are facing health crises. University of Idaho Extension and Prairie Horizons are offering a seminar that will help you plan for long-term care so you can sustain independence and protect your financial security.
Learn about long term care at a free seminar on Wednesday, March 3, 2010 at the newly renovated Cottonwood Community Hall on King Street in Cottonwood. The seminar is scheduled from 6:30-9:00 PM. Seminar presenters will provide information on local resources that can help you live independently in your home, qualifications for Medicare payments for long term care, and a long term care project being researched by the Prairie Horizons Committee.
For an accurate count of participants, please register by contacting one of the following people:
Kathee Tifft – University of Idaho Extension, Nez Perce County at (208) 799-3096 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sr. Katie Cooper – Spirit Center – (208) 962-2002
Chinh Le – (208) 962-7082
Shelli Schumacher – (208) 962-5371
Linda Stubbers – (208) 962-3346
We hope to see you next Wednesday, March 3, 2010 at the Cottonwood Community Center from 6:30-9:00 PM. Refreshments will be served.