“AGING IN AMERICA” LIVE WEBCAST October 30th
on: October 23, 2008, 8:57 am
Release Author: MINYA Concepts PR & Marketing
Release Summary: Free Webcast with question and answer period
to focus on issues of aging and how to plan for it.
Release Body: Long Island, NY - October 23,2008 - AARP
has joined forces with NAELA (The National Academy of
Elder Law Attorneys) to present a free Webcast entitled
“AGING IN AMERICA - HOW TO PLAN FOR IT.”
Elder Law attorney and NAELA member,
Ronald Fatoullah has been selected as one of two elder
law attorneys to host the live-streamed discussion which can be
viewed at: www.naela.org on
October 30, from 1-2PM, ET. All public attendance will be via
William Stoner, AARP’s Associate State Director,
will moderate the discussion, featuring insights from Ronald
Fatoullah of Ronald Fatoullah & Associates, of Long
Island and Queens, and Bernard A. Krooks, of Littman Krooks,
on what families should do now to prepare for the future. During
the program, attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions.
From living quarters to living wills, the three experts will help
educate the audience on available options related to senior housing
and medical decisions. Other topics might include maintaining
a financial legacy for children, and how to talk with aging parents
about long-term care options, and key documents to have in place
for proper health-care decision making.
To attend the Webinar, visit www.naela.org
and click on the “AGING IN AMERICA”
webcast registration button. You may also call the offices of
Ronald Fatoullah & Associates for further
information at 1-877 ELDERLAW. There is no charge to attend but
registration is limited.
Details: Ronald Fatoullah & Associates, Long Island and New