Coalition Offers Eldercare Presentation

NEW PROVIDENCE – The Coalition on Family Caregiving invites the public to their upcoming panel presentation on Thursday, June 16 at the New Providence Senior & Adult Center, 15 East Fourth Street, New Providence at 6:45 p.m.

“Eldercare…Planning, Not Reacting – Are you Overwhelmed and Under-Informed?” addresses caregivers who share the common issues of being overwhelmed and under informed when an older adult needs their help. The panel presentation will be moderated by Susan Devaney, Owner of Moving Mavins, LLC and will feature four experts: Shawn Rose, Sales Director, Spring Meadows Summit Assisted Living; Susan L. Pinto, Owner/Operator, HomeWell Senior Care; Beverly S. Anderson, Reverse Mortgage Consultant, MetLife Bank, and Harold Grodberg, Certified Elder Law Attorney.


This presentation offers information to assist you and your loved ones with life-care planning. The panel of speakers will explain ways to avoid costly mistakes, both emotional and financial by planning now rather than facing a crisis unprepared. They will discuss choosing the right venue for care, whether it be your home, an assisted living facility or a nursing home and minimizing the financial impact it can have on your family and loved ones. You will also have an opportunity to participate in a Q&A session after the presentation.

There is no charge for this invaluable presentation. Advance reservations are requested by confirming your attendance by calling Beverly at 1-973-258-1320.

The Coalition on Family Caregiving, formed in 2003, is a group of community-based organizations, businesses and individuals whose mission is to assist family caregivers by offering support, education and information on resources and services. For more information, visit

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