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Coordinating Health Challenges Through The Years: Navigating The Bumps In The Road
Thursday, April 12, 2018, 5:30 PM
St. John's Episcopal Church
3240 O Street NW
is not Required
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Email to Lynn@georgetown-village.org
This event is sponsored by Georgetown Village.
Coordinating Health Challenges through the Years - Navigating the Bumps in the Road
Have you thought about who will coordinate your care if you can't?
Georgetown Village has organized a panel of experts to address this topic. The panelists will include: geriatric case manager, Deb Rubenstein, Director of Consultation, Iona Senior Services; the Rev. Elizabeth Keeler of Christ Church, Georgetown; John Bradshaw of Georgetown Home Care; Pam Godwin, adult nurse-practitioner; and Lynn Golub-Rofrano, executive director of Georgetown Village.
The discussion will focus on case studies of a person at three different ages (70s, 80s and 90s) and stages of life. Each panelist will describe his or her respective role in caring for the person at that stage. Questions from the audience will be encouraged regarding each stage. Emphasis will be placed on coordination of care. Greater Georgetown Community Audience members will be given a continuum-of-care handout which illustrates the coordination of various services.
The panel discussion will last approximately 45 minutes to an hour, folowed by drinks, dinner and discussions with the individual panelists.