Join Liz Cornish, owner of New Season in Life, LLC, for a presentation that explains the differences between Skilled Nursing Homes, Independent and Assisted Living Communities, Continuing Care Retirement Communities, and Memory Care Communities. The talk will then focus specifically on Assisted Living and Memory Care Communities and explain how these communities can differ in care and amenities. Also provided will be information regarding questions that families should ask and things to look for in an Assisted Living or Memory Care Community.
Learn how and when to start a conversation with your family member about transitioning to an assisted living or memory care community and different ways to pay for Memory Care or Assisted Living.
Liz Cornish, MSPT, CDP, Senior and Memory Care Consultant, and owner of New Season in Life, LLC, a company which specializes in providing information to and guiding seniors and their families through the maze of Independent, Assisted Living, and Memory Care Communities throughout Connecticut. Her vision is: Every Senior Living Their Best Life. Liz’s passion for helping seniors stems from her more than 35 years’ experience as a Physical Therapist. Liz’s extensive experience and knowledge of area resources makes her an invaluable asset for seniors and their families looking for guidance in the best care as they age. She understands the numerous and varied challenges that arise when seniors need help during the aging process.
Liz is a Certified Dementia Practitioner and a Certified Dementia Care Specialist as well as a Certified Rehabilitative Tai Chi instructor. She holds a B.S. and M.S. in Physical Therapy from Springfield College.
Liz is an active member of the Avon Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Health Council. Liz believes in giving back to her community and has volunteered with Foodshare for many years, she provides weekly meals for The Agape House, a homeless outreach and together with her husband has a ministry providing Baby Boxes for new moms to area hospitals.
The views and opinions expressed are those of the presenter and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Woodbury Public Library.
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