Neighbors Who Care’s FREE Aging Conference

Penny Sturges with some of her bags

Neighbors Who Care’s 2nd Annual Aging Made Easier conference offered “Straight talk about aging well—before you need it!” to more than 200 guests from Sun Lakes and East Valley communities in January, at the beautiful Risen Savior Lutheran Church Worship Center.

A host of senior service resources and speakers with relevant and practical messages were designed to help attendees navigate the aging process with dignity, grace, and support. The idea behind the conference is to offer help to be aware and be prepared.

The truth is, whether we want to admit it or not, aging isn’t always easy. We can all use a little help now and again. And sometimes we find ourselves in situations where we need help now but don’t know where to turn. That’s where Aging Made Easier can give you an advantage.

Aging Made Easier offered a series of knowledgeable speakers who provided beneficial insight and tips. We were grateful for the distinguished presenters and the topics of their valuable presentations:

* Dr. Todd Hurst, FACC: “How to Add 8-12 Years to Your Life”

* Dr. Sunny Niazi, DO: “A Comprehensive Approach to Treating AFib That Leads to Better Health and Quality of Life”

* Jennifer Pitt, Voice Against Fraud: “The Latest Senior Scams and How to Keep Your Money Safe”

* Katie Brenneman, Stronghold Financial: “Protecting Your Assets and Qualifying for ALTCS, Arizona’s Long Term Care System”

* Keynote Speaker Lin Sue Flood, Hospice of the Valley: “How Reaching for Help Sooner Keeps Everyone Healthier, Longer”

Look for information in the Splash in April on Neighbors Who Care’s Aging Made Easier Speaker Series coming up this spring.