Senior Living Options - Aging in Place Speaker Series Meeting (Joint Meeting with Aging In Place Committee) (West Hills Neighborhood Council)
Apr 20, 2017 6:00 PM
Location: Windward School - Room 1030
11350 Palms Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066
Enter parking lot on Sawtelle View Aging in Place Speaker Series Page | View Aging In Place Committee Page Description: Let’s talk about the CURRENT realities of options for aging seniors in the Los Angeles Area:
- The pros and cons of how the Internet has changed getting information on senior options.
- What are the types of professionals who know the landscape? What do they do and what is the cost?
- How do we assess our particular family needs and determine the appropriateness of different settings?
- What are the costs for care, and who pays for what? What about MediCal?
- What are our local resources?
Bonnie Davis is certified as an Administrator for Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly, and is on the Speaker’s Bureau for the Alzheimer’s Association. She works to support many local organizations serving seniors and speaks throughout the Los Angeles Area. She has worked with thousands of families over the past nine years through the largest free eldercare referral company in the nation, guiding them through the maze of senior residential care options in the local area. Her expertise is in helping each family find the residential care options for their medical and social needs and provide them the tools to be a knowledgeable consumer of eldercare resources. In 2017, Bonnie started her own company called, A Home That Cares.
Full agenda and March minutes will be attached 72 hours before the meeting
Committee on Public Safety Meeting (West Hills Neighborhood Council)
Apr 25, 2017 6:00 PM
Location: Windward School - Conference Room 1030
11350 Palms Blvd., Los Angeles 90066 View Committee on Public Safety Page Description: Join us as special guest speaker Aram Sahakian, general manager of the Los Angeles Department of Emergency Management discusses the importance of being prepared for the next major disaster.