Feeling drained, confused — even scared or sad — is to be expected when a loved one experiences life changes. Whether it’s a new diagnosis, or a disease that has progressed to a state beyond your skill level, you might be overwhelmed, wondering what type and level of care is needed, and where and how to get it.

We will focus on the following topics: Legal Choices, Housing Choices, Household Repairs or Modifications, Normal Aging versus Aging that is Not Normal, and Tools to Help. Once you know what is available to you, you are able to make informed choices.

What to expect:  Be more knowledgeable about the options and resources available to you and your loved ones as they age.

HYBRID course at the Easton Family YMCA (choose to participate in person or through Zoom – no recording) | 2 sessions | Wednesdays | January 31, February 7 | 10 – 11:30 am | Offered at no charge as a public service

Amy Keller

Amy Keller

Amy Keller, owner of Aging at Home Solution, has earned a certification as an Independent Trainer in the Positive Approach to Care (PAC) by Teepa Snow, a nationally recognized instructor on natural aging and aging with Dementia. Amy is one of five certified independent trainers in the state of Maryland. "Opening Aging at Home Solution, Inc. is my way of raising the quality of non-medical home health care in our area by providing customized training and higher wages for our care-partners, and including them in a decision-making process that customizes care to provide a more defined solution for those in need." ~ Amy

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