Date: April 12, 2022
Time: 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm EST
Location: Streaming LIVE Online
Hosted by Centre County Chapter

Many older adults need additional supportive services as they age and may be faced with confusing and difficult decisions. Often, complicated forms and documents are associated with accessing the services, particularly related to healthcare and legal/financial concerns. Required documents may include online application forms for services, qualifications for disability benefits, medical insurance verification, consent for release of information, medical records release, financial aid eligibility, and tax returns. Various agencies, organizations, and institutions have staff assigned to assist clients, particularly those with limited resources, without family, or without other social support systems. Assistance is available through local/county Departments of Social Services, Legal Aid Societies, Area Agencies on Aging, senior centers, and libraries, as well as other programs.

This ACAP program will help attendees learn about various documents required by agencies/organizations, etc., to apply for and/or qualify for services; strategies and resources for evaluating and selecting services to enhance quality of life; and individuals, agencies, organizations, and institutions that may provide assistance with accessing, completing and submitting forms for various services.

Jenna Franks, Esq. will lead us through the myriad of paperwork required by agencies and organizations to apply and/or qualify for services; strategies and resources for evaluating and selecting services to enhance quality of life; and individuals, agencies or organizations that might provide assistance with accessing, completing and submission of various forms.

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