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JUNE 22.2009 1.11     
TOPIC: Long-term Care and Medicare/Medicaid Benefits
GUESTS: Sen. John Pappageorge (Michigan State Senator)TIME: 20m

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4/16/2010

Operation Medicine Cabinet Oakland County, Michigan

Home Instead Senior Care and the Oakland County Sheriff's Office are working together with community and business partners to tackle the issues related to the improper disposal of prescription drugs, and would like to invite you to take advantage of a new community service program, Operation Medicine CabinetTM (OMC).

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12/22/09

Serving Seniors Presents: Ten Tips to Help Seniors Enjoy the Holidays

11/23/09

Veteran's Aid and Attendance Care Benefits Explained
Free Veterans' Benefits Seminar
-- Guest Speaker, Don L. Rosenberg, Attorney and Counselor --
- Monday, December 7, 2009 - 10:30 am to 12:00 Noon -

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Call 248-644-8100 or email binghamfarms@arden-courts.com to reserve your seat at this even. seating is limited so reserve early!

9/18/09
The Working Caregiver Initiative is in the News! Here is an article written by Pamela A. Zinkosky talks about WCI and our goals, detailing the great work that has been done so far since our founding. Check it out!

Jeana Ray is a caregiver in more ways than one. She cares for her three kids and husband, she works as a caregiver for a home care company, and she cares for her elderly mother, who last year moved in to her Warren home.

The situation may sound familiar. According to Working Caregiver Initiative (WCI), a Birmingham nonprofit business founded in 2008 to provide support, education and training for working caregivers, at least 60percent of American workers can be labeled working caregivers.

"A working caregiver is anyone that has to work a job and provide care (to a parent, other relative or friend) at the same time," said Bert Copple, WCI's founder.

WCI's goal is to "create a culture of proactive caregiving in a reactive world," Copple said. WCI has atoll-free number for caregivers to call with questions and a robust Website that includes helpful checklists like the top 10 signs of quality in adult day care programs, links to community resources, videos on caregiving and other resources.

read the rest at examiner.com

9/18/09
Edna Gates Conference Registration Brochure - Download PDF



9/03/09

 Register for the Edna Gates Conference on Alzheimer’s Care

The 13th Annual Edna Gates Conference on Dementia Care
features innovations in care, new developments in research and
provides a forum for dementia care leaders and health professionals
to share ideas. We have a long tradition of offering sessions
conducted by leaders in dementia care from the United Kingdom,
Australia, Canada, Europe and different regions of the U.S.


9/01/09
NEW VIDEO:

Q&A: VETERAN'S BENEFITS
Don Rosenberg, Center for Elder Law


Video Summary: Answers to common questions asked about veteran's benefits.

WCI:DOCUMENT
Top 10 Signs of Quality at an Adult Day Services Program (2.09)  PDF Download
Author: Brown Adult Day Services

WCI:CAREGIVER COUPON
First Month's Free Rent for Caregivers (1.09)  PDF Download
Author: 1-800-Mini-Storage


WCI:DOCUMENT
Top 10 Signs You Need a Medical Home Care Evaluation
 (1.09)  PDF Download
Author: Optimal Care Inc.

WCI:DOCUMENT
WCI Quick Reference Sheet: Questions to Ask Non-Medical Home Care Providers
 (1.09)  PDF Download
Author: Home Instead Senior Care

WCI:DOCUMENT
Top 10 Ways to Keep Your Legal Affairs Organized (1.09)  PDF Download
Author: The Center for Elder Law