ElderLink offers event on long-term care planning

ElderLink St. Louis, a program providing coordinated resources for Jewish seniors, will hold its next “Link and Learn” quarterly lunch program, focusing on “Planning and Paying for Long-Term Care: Making Sure Your Wishes Are Met.” The event, which is free and open to the public, is scheduled from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 11 at The Brentmoor Retirement Community, 8600 Delmar Boulevard in University City.

Presenting the program will be Debra Schuster, P.C., an attorney and expert in issues facing senior adults.

This “Lunch and Learn” program is free and open to the public. Beverages and dessert will be provided, and brown bag lunches are welcome. Continuing Education Contact Hours are available for professionals who work with senior adults. RSVPs are requested by calling 314-812-9300 or e-mailing [email protected]

ElderLink St. Louis connects older adults, their children and caregivers who call or e-mail to programs and resources available to Jewish seniors in the area. ElderLink St. Louis is a project of the Senior Service Integration Commission of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis and is administered by Jewish Family & Children’s Service, which also serves as its headquarters.

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ElderLink St. Louis is sponsored by the Lubin-Green Foundation and BJC Health Care.

For information, visit www.elderlinkstlouis.org.