Planning and Coordinating Care for People with Alzheimer's Disease
Do you care for or work with someone in the early stages of Alzheimer's?
There’s still time to participate in this opportunity, Thursday September 21 and Thursday September 28, 1:00-2:30 p.m. EST--FREE educational web seminar presented by the Medicare Rights Center
If you can’t attend, check back at our web site for information on viewing the presentation.
Caregivers and health care professionals are invited to join the FREE educational web seminar presented by the Medicare Rights Center. This informative presentation will provide you with the tools you need to help loved ones and clients in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. Sign up at www.medicarerights.org.
During the presentation, you will learn about:
Advance Directives: How to designate someone to make health care and financial decisions for you if you cannot.
Long-Term Care: Planning, coordinating and paying for these services.
Medicare-covered services: What Medicare covers and your rights and protections as a person with Medicare and Alzheimer's disease.
When: This seminar will be presented each Thursday in September 2006, from 1:00-2:30 p.m. EST. To register go to: http://www.medicarerights.org/webseminar.html.
How: All you need is an Internet connection and a phone with a speaker (preferably a high quality speaker). You will be viewing the graphic portion of the presentation over the Internet and listening to the audio portion via a toll-free phone line. Can't make these trainings? Stay tuned to hear about opportunities to participate in the future!
The Medicare Rights Center (MRC) is the largest independent source of health care information and assistance in the United States for people with Medicare, their caregivers and the professionals who serve them. Founded in 1989, MRC helps older adults and people with disabilities get good, affordable healthcare.