In recognition of National Financial Awareness Day on August 14, join Vegas PBS for a complimentary seminar to learn about the implications of aging and deteriorating health. Receive an update on guardianship in Nevada, along with learning about protecting your health and wealth while in a conservatorship, and about the value of having a trust prior to guardianship; which can help with situations such as caring for minors and sustaining your support of your favorite charities.
Over lunch gain an introduction into hospice care and how to plan for it. Finish the afternoon learning about the purposes of income planning, legal role of a care provider as well as the implications of aging in place versus living in a long-term care facility. Our upcoming seminars will provide information on these topics.
Please consider attending. Lunch will be provided.
Facilitators: Matt Pfau & Shannon Evans
Time: 11 a.m.
Seminar: Hospice Care
Facilitators: Leigh Aurbach
Time: 12:15 p.m.
Seminar: Care Providing
Facilitators: Shannon Evans & Jason Oshins
Time: 1 p.m.
Date: Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Location: Vegas PBS Community Room 122/123
Address: 3050 E Flamingo Road, Las Vegas NV 89121
Contact Lana Prusinski at 702.799.1010 x5499 or lprusinski@VegasPBS.org to reserve your seat at our Wednesday, August 14 seminar. Note that space is limited.
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