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Steve Widdes to present on Understanding the Fundamentals of Eldercare

Date: June 23, 2013

Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm

Speaker(s): Steven A. Widdes

Event Type: Speaking Engagement

Sponsored By: Sisterhood Bikkur Holim Eldercare Committee

Location: Har Shalom Synagogue, 11510 Falls Rd, Potomac, Maryland 20854

Steve Widdes will be participating in Eldercare Series Part One: Understanding the Fundamentals.  This presentation will provide attendees with and overview of the information one needs when caring for an elderly adult. Mr. Widdes will discuss power of attorney, wills, trusts and advance medical directives.

Questions similar to the ones listed below will be discussed and answered by the panel.

  • Did you know that a Power of Attorney is no longer valid after a person dies?
  • Do you know what information you need to gather so that your family is prepared if something should happen to you?
  • Do you know how a care manager can help you or your family?

Other participants for the program include:

  • Linda Hill, LCSW-C, Associate Director of Aging Network Services
  • Connie Torabian, MarketTrust Director, US Trust
  • Rabbi Adam Raskin


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