Making Sense of Cents is a FREE financial literacy workshop for caregivers of loved ones with Alzheimer’s.
This workshop consists of three sessions where attendees will learn about Alzheimer’s Services, financial resources, healthcare insurance, estate planning, financial abuse, and fraud.
The first two sessions of this series of Making Sense of Cents Financial Literacy Workshops will be presented both online via Zoom and in person at Alzheimer’s Services. The third session will be online only. Lunch will be provided for in person attendees. Registration is required to attend. Please select the appropriate link below for the way you wish to attend.
*Participants attending all three sessions in the financial literacy workshop are eligible for a free legal consultation with a selected elder law attorney or financial adviser. Participants also receive one free copy per family of Get It Together: Organize Your Records So Your Family Won’t Have To.
Tuesday, November 1 – COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH A DEMENTIA DIAGNOSIS
Kim Chapman – Financial Literacy Coordinator, Neighbors Federal Credit Union
No one “gets it” like a fellow caregiver. Kim Chapman, a financial education specialist and former caregiver, presents on the monetary aspects of a caregiver’s journey.
As the Financial Wellness Director for Neighbors Federal Credit Union, Kimberly Chapman has led the charge of NFCU’s mission to provide financial education to the members of the communities that we serve.
As a Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor, she has over 26 years of experience in the financial field, in which she served in her current capacity for the past 7 years. She has successfully produced results as a Loan Analyst/Underwriter and Account Services Officer.
Tuesday, November 8 – VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
Tuesday, November 15 – LEGAL ASPECTS OF CAREGIVING AND HOW TO APPLY THEM
Paula Ouder, Attorney, Keuhne & Foote and Karen Marionneaux, MSW, Hospice of Baton Rouge
Caregiving comes with legal considerations. In this presentation, learn which legal documents and processes can support caregiving and how to take proactive steps to better prepare for the caregiving journey.
Karen Marionneaux Paula Ouder