Senior and Caregivers Conference and Expo Returns to Prescott

March 14, 2018

Senior and Caregivers Conference and Expo Returns to Prescott

Being a caregiver isn’t easy. Nor is it easy for the care recipient. The decisions that need to be made can be overwhelming. The hardest part can be knowing where to find the help that you and your loved ones need. Senior Connections in Prescott offers caregivers, seniors and service providers a single point of reference for educational resources and are hosting a Senior and Caregivers Conference and Expo this Friday, March 16th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Liberty Traditional School, 3300 N. Lake Valley Road, Prescott Valley.

Friday’s free Expo offers help for seniors and caregivers in the form of five workshops and sixty-five senior resource providers provide info on meds, pain, probate and more. The purpose of this event is to help seniors and caregivers connect with the products, services and support in the community in one central location where the public can learn about issues facing them as seniors and/or in their role as caregiver, and speak with representatives from local businesses and nonprofits. Presentations by local experts on issues related to the challenges of being a senior or caregiver will occur on the hour.

In addition to the presentations, attendees have the opportunity to speak with representatives from local senior resource providers who will have booths and literature about their products and services. They represent a wide range of local resources, including in-home care assistance, independent and assisted living options, hospice care, legal and financial help, and health and fitness.

Debbie and Don Stewart started the Senior Connection six years ago, after unexpectedly stepping into the role of caregivers for an elderly relative. They found themselves making critical decisions quickly without adequate information. As a result of their experience, they now help others navigate the caregiver’s path.

Admission is free and attendees may stay for all or part of the day, as their schedule allows. No RSVP necessary. For more information about the Senior Connection visit or call Debbie Stewart at 928-778-3747. For more things to do in Prescott or if you’re seeking to build a custom home in the Prescott area, please contact Crystal Creek Builders today.

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