Berks County, PA – Since 2013, a diversified team of professionals serving the aging population of BerksCounty have teamed up to provide the “Aging Parent Fair”. The Aging Parent Fair, a health-fair styled event intended specifically for adult children seeking help, support and resources for their aging loved ones will be held in the second floor Franciscan Room at Penn State St. Joseph located at 2500 BernvilleRoad, Reading on Wednesday, May 17 from 5-7pm.
The “Aging Parent Fair”, held in conjunction with with the Greater Reading Women2Women organization and in partnership with Penn State Health St. Joseph, will provide attendees with financial resources, care alternatives, assistive services and connections to the people and programs who can serve them and their loved ones. Professionals from the Berks Co. Area Agency on Aging, Berks Encore, Berks Veterans Affairs, hospice, home health, in-home care, long term care insurance, elder law, financial services, downsizing and other organizations will be available to answer your questions.
According to Wendy Kerschner, Comfort Keepers representative, “At the end of the night attendees are always glad they came. It’s time well spent gathering information all at one place. It’s an efficient way to speak face to face with experts on aging topics. The Berks County Office of Aging and the Berks County Veterans Affairs tables are always crowd favorites.”
Register by calling Wendy at Comfort Keepers at (610) 413-1995.
Wendy Kerschner, Comfort Keepers – Senior In-home Care
Ann Barlet, Berks County Area Agency of Aging
Dot Hartman, Berks Encore
Kellie Butsack, Alzheimer’s Association
Dale Derr, Berks Co. Veterans Affairs
Rosanne Schaefer, ACSIA Long Term Care, Inc. – Long Term Care Insurance
Mary Clark, Transition Connections – Senior Moving/Organizing
Maria Radwanski, Health Calls – Home Health
Tom Maggiaro, Compassus Hospice – Hospice
Michelle Bosch, Waddell & Reed – Financial Advisor