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Seniors Info Sessions 2013
Seniors Info Sessions 2013
Posters for Locations.
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Labrador Straits L'Anse au Loup Town Hall, October 23rd. Register by October 21st.

Port Hope Simpson Alexis Hotel, October 24th, Register by October 22nd.

Cartwright Parish Hall October 25th, Register by October 23rd.

HVGB Northern Cross Church October 28th, Register by October 24th.
 
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FREE Seniors Information Sessions - Labrador

Lunch and refreshments Included. Transport can be coordinated by contacting Carmen Hancock, Travel subsidies available if traveling between communities.

October 23rd- L'Anse au Loup Town Hall, 10am-3:15pm To Register Contact Carmen Hancock, 931-2600, e: coordinator@vplabrador.ca by October 21st.

October 24th- Port Hope Simpson, Alexis Hotel 10am-3:15pm To Register Contact Roxanne Notley, 960-0223, e: labradoroasis69@gmail.com by October 22nd.

October 25th, Cartwright Parish Hall, 10am-3:15pm To Register Contact Judy E. Pardy at 938 7279, e: judyepardy@hotmail.com by October 23rd.

October 28th, HVGB Northern Cross Church, 10am-3:15pm Contact Kelly Goudie, Ph: 709-897-2110, or email: kelly.janes@lghealth.ca to Register By October 24th.

Sessions include:

Seniors and the Law: Planning Ahead
What do you need to know to ensure your wishes are followed in the future? This plain language session will help answer this question with information on wills, power of attorney, and advance health care directives. Guest speaker: Sarah McHugh from the Public Legal Information Association of NL

Feeling Supported while Aging in Place
Are you interested in living out your senior years at home? Aging in place is exactly that and in this session we will explore tips, challenges, and possible solutions to allow seniors to age safely and affordably at home as an option in rural communities. This session is hosted by Denise Cole of the NL Housing & Homelessness Network.

Elder Abuse: How to Recognize It and Where to go for Help
"You're too old to do that." "If you loved your grand--‐daughter you would buy her a new phone." Are these statements abuse? This presentation by Lorraine Best, Peer Support Volunteer with the Seniors Resource Centre--‐NL, looks at what elder abuse is and where to go for help if you or a loved one is being abused.

Seniors: What can Service Canada do for you?
Need more information on the Guaranteed Income Supplement? Want to know more about what Service Canada offers seniors? Join us for a brief overview of how Service Canada supports Canadians with personalized and accessible services through a single--‐window. Guest speaker: Chafika Dominic, Citizen Services Specialist, Service Canada.

Sponsored by The NL Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse, an initiative of the Seniors Resource Centre of NL, in partnership with Violence Prevention Labrador
 
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