Lunch & Learn Gerontology Panel Discussion—When to Choose Assisted Living

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Lunch & Learn: A Free Virtual Presentation from Beth Sholom Senior Living

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Beth Sholom's July Lunch & Learn

Gerontology Panel Discussion—When to Choose Assisted Living

Transitioning into assisted living can be difficult and many families are often left wondering what age is good to start exploring their options. In this Lunch & Learn session you will discover more about what Assisted Living really is and how to plan for an engaging, active future.

Our panel will address questions such as...

  • What age should I start thinking about my own aging process?
  • How does the continuum of medical care work?
  • What does assisted living offer (for example: social community, activities, meals, care, housekeeping/maintenance, etc.)?
  • What is caregiver guilt?
  • Family concern about placing their loved one?

Panelists Include:

Julia Siegel Breton, MD | VCU Health, Geriatric Services & Family Medicine

Andrew Heck, Psy.D., ABPP | GeroPartners, LLC

Tahir Khan, MD | Bon Secours, Primary Care, Geriatric Medicine, Internal Medicine

E. Ayn Welleford MS, PhD | VCU Health, Associate Professor & Gerontologist for Community Voice

Registrants will receive a Zoom login by email prior to the event.


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Beth Sholom Senior Living is a nonprofit community caring for seniors for over 75 years. We pride ourselves in providing quality and comprehensive residential, healthcare and community-based services to individuals of all faiths, in a manner that reflects our Jewish traditions and values.

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