2016 Senior Care Symposium

2016 Senior Care Symposium

Navigating the finances and living arrangements for seniors

As you journey toward and through your “golden years”, are you wondering about how to care for yourself or your aging loved ones? Join us on Thursday, November 3rd, for four short talks addressing the most common questions that families face around quality of life for seniors:

– How do I know when I should stay in my home or seek other arrangements?
– What care options are out there for my parents?
– When is long-term care insurance worth considering?
– How do I use my family’s resources in the best way possible?

This interactive, complimentary event is designed for those over 50 years old who are seeking the best for themselves or family members. We have brought together 4 independent experts to share their best insights based on years of working with high net worth families.

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Note: this is an educational seminar only, and no investment or insurance products will be offered at this event. In addition, we will not be focusing on qualifying for Medicaid during this program.

Our Speakers:

Matt Syverson2015-09-16 Matt - Cropped
Founder & Senior Financial Advisor, Sound Stewardship, LLC
www.soundstewardship.com

As founder and financial advisor at Sound Stewardship®, Matt has successfully served families and seniors over the last 16 years by helping them utilize their resources in the best way possible. By walking alongside his clients, Matt helps them make confident decisions at each of life’s major turning points, including senior care transitions, by listening carefully and providing objective, unbiased advice.

Our own Matt Syverson recently appeared on the Senior Care Live show with Steve Kuker and shared all about the Senior Care Symposium. Listen to the full show here!

Steve KukerSteve Kuker
President, Senior Care Consulting
Host of Senior Care Live Radio Show on Talk 980 AM
www.seniorcareconsulting.com

Steve Kuker has 29 years of experience in operations, management, and business development primarily in senior-related healthcare.  After helping his grandparents transition from their home to an assisted living community, he started Senior Care Consulting to help others through this same process when considering a nursing home, assisted living apartment, or Alzheimer’s Dementia Care facility for an elderly loved one. Steve created and hosts a successful radio program called Senior Care Live, providing information, education, and resources for those caring for an elderly loved one.

Neil BarnettNeil Barnett
Owner & Operator, Care Haven Homes
www.carehavenhomes.com

Neil Barnett helped pioneer residential Alzheimer’s care in the Kansas City area in 2005. A Certified Dementia Practitioner, he is the owner/operator of Care Haven Homes, which is preparing to open its 6th residential memory care home in Johnson County, KS.

Steve Johnson headshotSteve Johnson
President & Senior LTC Insurance Specialist, Long Term Care Advisors
www.ltcexpert.net

Steve helps clients protect their families, finances and freedom to choose their long-term care.  He has helped clients for 16 years find peace of mind with quality long-term care insurance to avoid the financial burden of long-term care.  He is a Senior Long-Term Care Insurance Specialist with a reputation for being independent and impartial. Steve speaks to groups on the topic of long-term care around the country.

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