Friday, April 16, 2010
Monday, March 15, 2010
Sunday, April 11, 2010
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Vancouver Hilton Hotel
301 W 6th St, Vancouver, WA
More information about the vent visit:
Senior Survival Network
Educational discussions/round tables are held at coffee shops, community centers, assisted livings and other venues throughout the community. It provides an atmosphere for seniors and their families to become empowered at the same time reinforcing that whatever they are troubled by, they are not alone. If you have an organization or group of 10+ people the Senior Survival Network of Professionals will come to you.
Seniors and professionals from various industries talk about their current issues and past accomplishments with the goal of learning from each other. In the process they are becoming more educated regarding all options available before they making a decisions.
We are excited and honored to be able to serve and assist the seniors of our community!
Thursday, July 30, 2009
August 6th from 10AM-2PM
2009 East Vancouver Health and Safety Fair
164th and McGillivray Blvd, Vancouver
(HomeStreet Bank, Big Lots! parking lot)
August 19th @ 11:00-12:00n
Camas/Washougal Senior Center on C St. in Washougal.
August 20th from 11A-2P
Cascade Inn Health Fair
11613 SE 7th St, Vancouver
August 22nd from 10A-2P
Gardner Center Health and Wellness Fair
SW 9th Ave, Battle Ground
August 29th from 10A-2P
Clark College at Columbia Tech Center Open House
18700 SE Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver
Monday, June 1, 2009
Aging in Place
Please wear purple to show your support.
Loaves and Fishes Lunch immediately following.
If you or someone you know would like one or all of the professionals of the Senior Survival Network to speak at their group function, please contact Tracy at 360-910-8390.
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
by a State Licensed Medicare Expert
Mike focuses on "peace of mind" and "quality of life" and performs a thorough review of all Medicare options and VA benefits for individuals. He assists seniors in understanding how Medicare plans are structured, including Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage, and helps to make sense of the confusion presented by Medicare, Medicaid, VA and private insurance. Mike's experience is invaluable when reviewing individual situations and identifying strengths and weaknesses with different Medicare Advantage Plans.We look forward to seeing you…don’t forget to invite family and friends.
Monday, April 20, 2009
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
"When our good friend Dewey asked us to attend a round table discussion type meeting, we were a bit hesitant, not because of Dewey, but because of past experiences.
We were literally blown away with the people, concept, and true desire to be “of service” that we experienced at our first senior survival network discussion.
After the meeting, Marilyn and I, were discussing the ramifications of the ideas that were present and started thinking of friends and family that could benefit from the services offered by this group.
Because we are “Senior Citizens”, our circle of friends and many of our family members are also in our position of life.
My father will soon be in a position of needing some in-home care and possibly other senior community services.
We are sending Reverse Mortgage least to Dewey and talking to some friends about his wonderful services.
It is comforting to know that “Gentiva” and Julie Williams home care is available in case of our need of their services.
We are excited about the services available from LeSieur, Inc. and have been telling people about it.
I sincerely hope this concept works and Marilyn and I are willing to help promote and encourage this service wherever we can."
Ron and Marilyn of Vancouver, Washington