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Long Island Aging Parents Seminar

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Thursday, October 23, 2014 @ 6:30 PM: The Bristal at North Hills (New Hyde Park)

Seminar and Food is Complimentary if pre-registered (while space remains)

 Singles with Aging Parents Seminar/Support
Meet other singles who can relate.
**This event is NOT meant to be age specific or gender balanced**

Our last seminar was packed and standing room only. 

Event co-sponsored by Senior Helpers and The Bristal Assisted Living

Senior Helpers

Laura Giunta 

Director of business development


After my dad beat a few bouts of cancer and developed mild dementia, I made a conscious decision to keep building memories and spend as much time as I can with him.  For the last 5 years or so, some of you may have seen him with me at my events as the "official pen giver."  He loved meeting many of you, asking some of the women out on dates, telling jokes and giving out the pens.

Dad's dementia has worsened, so I am not too sure you will see him around with me at the events.  Trying to put plans in place on how to care for him has become overwhelming at times and it is an ongoing process.

I have heard that others are going through similar situations and it got me thinking that we should have a educational event for singles where related topics can be discussed.  The class would talk about services that can help caregivers including but not limited to support groups, financial planning, asset protection, medicare, medicaid, services that provide reliable aids and more.

What if your parents are doing just fine?   You would still be welcomed and encouraged to attend.  If you plan things right, you can protect your assets if your loved one ever needed nursing care or home aid.  If you wait till their is a crisis, it might be too late.


This class would be complimentary if you REGISTER IN ADVANCE 

  • Meet other singles who can relate

  • Light appetizers or sandwiches included.

REGISTER HERE for Complimentary Admission/Appetizers (while space remains) 

Topics may  include but are not limited to:

  • Free and discounted services available for seniors

  • Handicap accessibility - how to age in place safely

  • Home care payment options 

  • Specialists in the following areas will be available for Q & A session during 
    the program. 

  • Medicare planning

  • Long-term care insurance

  • Senior move management

  • Home care services

  • Physical therapy 


Tony Rovere

"I developed StuffSeniorsNeed.com 
after I dealt with so many issues for my parents, ranging from finding cheap dentures for Dad (age 74) or navigating the Medicaid process after Moms heart attack (age 70) that I realized that my experiences would benefit not only senior citizens but also their caregivers as well.
Ultimately, that is the reason I created StuffSeniorsNeed.com, to provide seniors and their caregivers with all of the information that I had personally acquired to enable them to live more rewarding lives."  

As far as the bullet points, I am going to be talking about free services available for seniors here on Long Island.


John Michielini   President of 101 Mobility of Long Island.

101 Mobility of Long Island is a full-service sales, service, and installation provider of a complete line of mobility and accessibility products and equipment, including stair lifts, auto lifts, ramps, porch lifts, patient lifts, bath safety and more. Short and long-term rentals are also available for home, office, and institution. By working with patients to identify which home health care devices best suits each individuals needs, 101Mobility provides an alternative to group homes and rehabilitation centers by increasing accessibility that allows clients to live self-sufficiently in their homes so they can Age-in-Place.

 101 Mobility of Long Island
55 Central Ave Unit B
Farmingdale, NY 11735


It's about resources. If you can talk about aging in place and how with simple modifications seniors can stay in their homes a lot longer than most families think. Speak about how much easier and safer living at home can be if the proper additions/adjustments are made

Senior Helpers Laura Giunta 
Director of business development
Certified Alzheimer's/dementia trainer  
Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)

 As a caregiver myself, I am passionate about educating families and helping them navigate the elder care system. 



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