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Live a Good Life Wherever You Call Home

How Long-Term Care is Changing to Meet Your Needs

A Webinar For Consumers
Sponsored by AARP and Pioneer Network

This webinar was originally offered on February 24, 2011.  Special thanks to AARP for sharing this link so that we can continue to offer this valuable information!

https://www323.livemeeting.com/cc/aarp_pro/view?id=LTC+Quality

Helpful hints: Click on the link above.  Enter your name in the box, and click "View Recording." When the new page comes up, click "View" next to "Microsoft Office Live Meeting Replay."


We all treasure our lifestyle choices and personal interests. Maintaining our choices throughout our lifetime takes some planning. If you or a loved one needs long-term care now — or think you will in the future — you should still be able to count on living a good life wherever you call home.
 
This free webinar offers consumers exciting information about how long-term care is changing, and how you can find and advocate for care that focuses on your, or your loved one's individual interests and needs. Get practical tips on how to assess whether potential care settings such as assisted living residences or nursing homes will help you live the life you want. Whether you're helping a loved one now or planning for the future, this webinar offers insights to change the way you look at long-term care.

Featured presenters are Rose Marie Fagan, co-founder of Pioneer Network, and Karen Stobbe, Pioneer Network conference chair. The webinar is moderated by Susan Lutz, Project Manager at AARP Education and Outreach.

How will you take care of your aging parents, and meet their changing needs? Are you happy with available options for your loved ones -- and one day, for yourself? Click here to learn more about changing the culture of aging and long-term care.
 

Pioneer Network's consumer education activities are supported by The Picker Institute, Inc., an international non-profit organization based in Massachusetts that supports research and education in the field of patient-centered care.