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Best Care for Dementia and Alzheimer Diagnosis
Dementia Care: Understanding care options and pro-active planning

Cognitive decline or receiving a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s is usually not something we plan for in retirement. Unfortunately, this is the reality for many families. What now? Julie Wexler, MPA, will guide you through understanding the disease’s progression, how to deal with the day to day challenges of caring for a loved one with a dementia and what care options are available to ensure the best quality of life for all. Aaron Futterman, Esq. will discuss the importance of expertly written advanced directives and what families can do right now to ensure access to the best possible care.

Specific Topics:
Alzheimer’s and dementia defined
What to expect as the disease progresses
What are the options available for care
How to find partners in care including support services and the right physicians
Advanced directives including POA, HCP, LW, Wills and Trusts
Planning for and paying for long term care when there is a dementia diagnosis
Special Section: Crisis Covid-19 Planning, how the pandemic should change the conversation

Speakers:
Aaron E. Futterman
Law Partner
Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli LLP

Julie Wexler
Director of Business Development 
The Bristal Assisted Living

Feb 16, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Aaron E. Futterman
Law Partner @Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli LLP
Aaron Futterman along with his partner Ron Lanza established the Law Firm of Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli, LLP (formerly Futterman & Lanza). Prior to this law firm, Mr. Futterman worked for several years at a premier Long Island Elder Law and Estate Planning firm. The legal and tax experience Mr. Futterman has acquired over the course of his career helps him to better serve his clients. He has helped many individuals and families plan for their future while alleviating the fears, anxieties, and concerns many families experience when facing the unknown or inevitable. Mr. Futterman’s work experience as a Certified Public Accountant with two of the world’s largest public accounting firms enhances his ability to resolve the complex legal issues that arise in his Estate Planning, Tax, and Elder Law practice. Aaron Futterman presents frequently and enjoys educating people on elder law, estate planning, Medicaid planning and how people can best protect their assets.
Julie Wexler
Director of Business Development @The Bristal Assisted Living
Julie Wexler, MPA, has spent her 25-year+ career in a variety of elder care settings, including community based senior services and government agencies and for the last eight years in the senior living industry. Her experiences inspire her to develop and support programs to improve the quality of life for all older adults. Julie is an invited speaker on topics related to aging, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, caregiving for older adults, and understanding elder care resources. Julie believes all seniors, regardless of cognitive or physical decline, deserve to live a full, active, supportive, meaningful and purposeful life.