Arundel Christian Church sponsors seminar for seniors and adult children

| July 9, 2014 | 1 Comment

arundel christian church“There are more than 50,000 senior citizens in Anne Arundel County and that number is growing every year, requiring more services for this population,” said lead pastor Brian Hamilton. “We are pleased to present this seminar in collaboration with Right at Home.”

This free educational seminar, 9 AM to Noon on Saturday July 19, will cover the following topics: elder law, home health care, wellness programs, assisted living options and other financial topics related to senior care. Right at Home will provide experts in each of these fields to discuss available options for families and take questions.

Directions: Arundel Christian Church is located in the Harundale Theater Building on 710 Aquahart Road in Glen Burnie. There is ample free parking in front of the church.

Why Should I Attend: Learn more about your options and how to develop a strategy that will lead to a program to take care of the ones you love. It is important to understand the options that are available.

“Arundel Christian Church is committed to making the Glen Burnie, our community, a better place to live,” said pastor Hamilton. “We believe that by providing useful information to our neighbors and friends, we can help enhance their lives. This is part of our mandate from God to assist our fellow man.”

To register for this free educational seminar, contact Stephanie Arata, Director of Outreach for Arundel Christian Church: 410-768-3007. For more information on the seminar, contact: Tracy Merrill of Right at Home, 410-802-4886. This is a free seminar and attendees are not required to buy any products or services.

Register online: www.arundelcc.org

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