For many, aging may mean a reconsideration of your living situation. Will you continue living in your house? Will you consider other residential options available to senior adults? These are important considerations for you and your family, and you want to make sure you have all the information you need to understand your options and make a decision that will lead to a happy future, regardless of where you choose to spend your later years.
Join CBM and Susy Elder Murphy, owner of Debra Levy Eldercare Associates, an Aging Life Care Management Company, for lunch and professional education the afternoon of Thursday October 17. Susy has worked for decades with aging adults, helping them consider the benefits of different living arrangements based on each one’s particular situation.
Her clients benefit from her knowledge as well as her wide team of other professionals including seasoned nurses, social workers and gerontologists whose expertise is dedicated to supporting families facing important decisions regarding the future care of their loved ones.
Attendees are asked to consider donating $20 or an amount they feel comfortable contributing to a local charity. All donations will benefit the Mid-County United Ministries.
Lunch will be served; attendees are also welcome to join us for an informal conversation with the speaker following the presentation.
Susy Elder Murphy, a certified care manager accredited by the National Academy of Certified Care Managers. In addition to her work with Debra Levy Eldercare Associates, she is a member of the Aging Life Care™ Association who served as an at-large Board Member of their Mid-Atlantic Chapter from 2013 – 2015 and as President in 2016 and 2017. She also served as co-chair for their regional conference in 2014. Susy is also a member of the American Geriatric Society and co-chair of programming for the metro Washington, DC chapter. She is an active member of the boards of various organizations serving the needs of local seniors, including a hospice
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