Education series for ‘Sandwiched’ caregivers

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Balancing the responsibilities of work, finances, family life and caring for an aging loved one can leave you feeling “Sandwiched” and in need of support. Caregivers are invited to Wesley Village on Wednesday, Jan. 15, from 5:30–6:30 p.m. for the “Sandwiched” education series.

“Making Sense of the Affordable Care Act for your Aging Loved One” will help caregivers make sense of the details within the new Affordable Care Act and learn how they affect their aging loved ones.

This session will feature a presentation by Bev Kidder, director of the Aging Resource Center and Fred Serra, CEO of Serra & DelVecchio Insurance.

To RSVP, contact Wesley Village at 203-925-4952 or at www.wesleyvillage-ct.org.

All programs will be held at Crosby Commons Assisted Living Community on the Wesley Village Campus at 580 Long Hill Avenue.

A light supper will be served. This monthly series is set for the first Wednesday of the month.

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