Quad City Eldercare Network

 to host 4th Annual Senior Seminar & Social


WHAT:        The Quad City Eldercare Network presents its 4th annual senior seminar and social for active seniors, family and professional caregivers, healthcare professionals and people of all ages.  Over 30 local service organizations will be providing food, prizes and give-aways.  There will be eight informational break-out sessions and numerous health and safety screenings, including memory and balance screening, blood pressure checks, and hearing tests. The event will wrap up with a 6 pm key note workshop on dementia communication called "Sophie's Scenarios".  The event is free and open to the public. Donations welcome.


 WHEN:        Wednesday, July 16, 2008

                     3:30- 7:30pm

WHERE:       CASI - Center for Active Seniors

                    1035 West Kimberly Road, Davenport, IA  52806

                    Respite Care Available.


                     Event Workshop Schedule:


4:00-4:30 pm


5:00-5:30 pm



Ethical Will

Medicare & Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plans

Sophie's Scenarios-

Dementia Communication Tips

What Estate Planning is

Hearing loss, effects & hearing aids


Resolving Family Conflict

Six things that determine if you age happily & healthy


Fall Prevention

Dementia 101






About Quad City Elder Care Network ( QCECN): QCECN is a local not-for-profit network of senior service providers, experts in their fields, committed to enhancing employee productivity by increasing the awareness about how elder care impacts the workplace and offering solutions through education, information and referral.

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