SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. – The Wesley Community will host an educational forum discussing how Medicaid may affect care for seniors and their families on Friday, March 28 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. The event will be held at the Embury Café on The Wesley Community campus and is free and open to the public.
Forum topics will include the levels of care available to seniors, how financial decisions affect future eligibility and how to apply for nursing home care and Medicaid.
“Our health care system is changing all of the time. We hope that this forum can provide some clarity for seniors and families who are faced with difficult decisions about care, either now or in the future,” said The Wesley Community Director of Marketing Lorrie Shilling. “Our staff and medical experts will be there to walk attendees through the steps and answer any of their questions.”
Panelists will include Wesley Health Care Center Director of Social Services and Admissions Pat Nealon, Wesley Health Care Center Financial Admissions Coordinator Sandra Winslow, and Girvin and Ferlazzo P.C. Attorney William D. Pfieffer.
To register for the event or for more information, please contact Lorrie Shilling at 518-691-1536. Embury Café is located on The Wesley Community campus at 131 Lawrence Street in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
About The Wesley Community
The Wesley Community is a 36-acre, not-for-profit agency in Saratoga Springs, NY, which serves the needs of the elderly, as well as active seniors, adults and pediatrics. Sponsored by United Methodist Health and Housing, Inc., The Wesley Community’s unique continuum of care community provides independent and enriched living for seniors, subsidized independent senior housing, adult day services, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care, as well as outpatient therapies available for people of all ages.