'Preparing Today for Tomorrow' at South Brunswick Senior Center Saturday

Learn about Medicare/Medicaid, Veterans’ services, energy savings, affordable housing and more at annual October forum.

From visiting physicians to mobile dentistry, Native American flute playing, jewelry from buttons, to care givers/care giving and everything in between.

Oct. 20 will be a day of discovery. Listen and learn current information about Medicare/Medicaid; Veterans’ services; energy savings; affordable housing; blind, deaf and hard of hearing assistance; choosing the right care giver; transportation; end of life planning, legal, financial and emergency preparedness and more from more than 30 experts.  

The annual October FORUM, “Preparing Today for Tomorrow” at the South Brunswick Senior Center, in the Municipal Complex on Rte 522 W in Monmouth Junction is open to all, and will be of particular interest to young adults and their parents.

Dr. David Barile, lunchtime speaker, “Offering New Approaches for Treating Older Adults” helps put Preparing Today for Tomorrow in perspective.  In addition to the panels, exhibitors and vendors will be available to provide more details and helpful resource information.

Ongoing creative aging workshops with and for care givers will feature collaborative art making, easy ways to play music for the non musician and exploring Zumba. For the early holiday shopper, hand made jewelry can be a great start.  There will be a wealth of handouts to ensure everyone leaves with newly discovered resources and reliable contacts.

The day begins at 9 a.m. and runs to 3 p.m. It’s free including a free lunch for those who register in advance. It is sponsored by Brandywine Senior Living at Princeton, the Mobility Mall Professionals and made possible through the assistance of the State Department of Health and Senior Services, representatives from the Middlesex County Office on Aging and Disabled Services; the South Brunswick Offices on Aging, Department of Health and Volunteers Nurse Corps; South Brunswick Community Development Corps; Eldercare Solutions and Middlesex Homes and is a program of the Aging in Place PARTNERSHIP.

To register contact: Jacque at 732-305-7079 or Caryl at 732-329-4000 ext. 7212.


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