Jul 18 2017

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Senior Law Day Is August 5

Elder Care Network of Northern Colorado presents its 13th annual Senior Law Day on Saturday, August 5th. Registration opens at 8:00 AM. The event will take place at the Lory Student Center at Colorado State University in Fort Collins from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM.

Susie Germany

The Keynote Speaker is Susie Germany who will be presenting on the Colorado End of Life Options Act. In November 2016 voters passed Initiative 106, the Colorado End-of-Life Options Act which allows terminally ill patients to request aid in dying in certain clearly defined situations. Suzie will explain the new law and similar laws in other states, as well as discuss expected future amendments to the law and issues that have already arisen, such as hospitals and health care systems that have refused to offer this option to their patients.

Susie Germany is an attorney and a Deputy Public Administrator for the 17th Judicial District. The goal of Senior Law Day is to assist seniors and their families with legal matters related to aging and planning. A $10 per person suggested contribution includes lunch with a keynote presentation, four educational sessions with a variety of topics and two comprehensive reference handbooks. A complete listing of the classes is shown in the center section.

Even if you have been to Senior Law Day in previous years, this is not one you will want to miss! You can attend educational workshops while socializing with other families who are facing similar challenges. You can meet legal professionals in our community and receive valuable reference materials. The event sponsors include professionals from multiple facets of the aging process and will be available to answer questions.

Register online and pay by PayPal at www.eldercarenet.org or call Elder Care Network at 970-495- 3442. You can also request a registration form be mailed to you.

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