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Wild Detectives will present a lively discussion about how to survive eldercare with a few marbles left.  The panel of eldercare experts will discuss how to stay ahead of the next elder emergency, how to keep your sanity as a caregiver and how to help your elder prepare for their years ahead.

The panel includes:

  • Suzanne Asaff Blankenship, author of How To Take Care of Old People Without Losing Your Marbles and moderator of the panel.
  • Nadine Roberts Cornish, author of Tears In My Gumbo – The Caregiver’s Recipe for Resilience and founder of The Caregiver’s Guardian.
  • Virginia Hammerle, attorney specializing in elder law at Hammerle Finley Law firm, and writer of Dallas Morning News’ LegalTalk Texas, a weekly column in the Senior Section.
  • Jill Studley, MD, doctor of geriatric medicine, Highland Springs Medical Center and a multi-year D Magazine Top Doc.

Having the responsibility for the care of aging parents and relatives can be overwhelming and frustrating. Carving out time from your list of life’s responsibilities to add care for your elder can be stressful. How do you plan now so that, when the emergency happens, you and your elder are prepared? When do you start participating in your elder’s medical care choices?  How do you keep your own stress levels manageable?

Wild Detectives will present a lively discussion about how to survive eldercare with a few marbles left. The panel of eldercare experts will discuss how to stay ahead of the next elder emergency, how to keep your sanity as a caregiver and how to help your elder prepare for their years ahead.

The panel includes:

  • Suzanne Asaff Blankenship, author of How To Take Care of Old People Without Losing Your Marbles and moderator of the panel.
  • Nadine Roberts Cornish, author of Tears In My Gumbo – The Caregiver’s Recipe for Resilience and founder of The Caregiver’s Guardian.
  • Virginia Hammerle, attorney specializing in elder law at Hammerle Finley Law firm, and writer of Dallas Morning News’ LegalTalk Texas, a weekly column in the Senior Section.
  • Jill Studley, MD, doctor of geriatric medicine, Highland Springs Medical Center and a multi-year D Magazine Top Doc.

Having the responsibility for the care of aging parents and relatives can be overwhelming and frustrating. Carving out time from your list of life’s responsibilities to add care for your elder can be stressful. How do you plan now so that, when the emergency happens, you and your elder are prepared? When do you start participating in your elder’s medical care choices? How do you keep your own stress levels manageable?

Wild Detectives will present a lively discussion about how to survive eldercare with a few marbles left. The panel of eldercare experts will discuss how to stay ahead of the next elder emergency, how to keep your sanity as a caregiver and how to help your elder prepare for their years ahead.

The panel includes:

  • Suzanne Asaff Blankenship, author of How To Take Care of Old People Without Losing Your Marbles and moderator of the panel.
  • Nadine Roberts Cornish, author of Tears In My Gumbo – The Caregiver’s Recipe for Resilience and founder of The Caregiver’s Guardian.
  • Virginia Hammerle, attorney specializing in elder law at Hammerle Finley Law firm, and writer of Dallas Morning News’ LegalTalk Texas, a weekly column in the Senior Section.
  • Jill Studley, MD, doctor of geriatric medicine, Highland Springs Medical Center and a multi-year D Magazine Top Doc.

Having the responsibility for the care of aging parents and relatives can be overwhelming and frustrating. Carving out time from your list of life’s responsibilities to add care for your elder can be stressful. How do you plan now so that, when the emergency happens, you and your elder are prepared? When do you start participating in your elder’s medical care choices? How do you keep your own stress levels manageable?

WHEN

WHERE

The Wild Detectives
314 W. 8th St.
Dallas, TX 75208
http://www.thewilddetectives.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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