Senior Living Seminars at Benicia Senior Center in Benicia, CA Beginning February 25th
The Benicia Senior Center in Benicia, California will host the first of three Senior Living Seminars on Wednesday, February 25th from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM. All three scheduled seminars are free to attend and refreshments will be provided.
Vallejo, CA, February 18, 2015 (Newswire.com) - The Benicia Senior Center in Benicia, California will host the first of three consecutive weekly Senior Living Seminars. The first seminar happens on Wednesday, February 25th and the topics will include home care options and aging in place (speaker to be announced), as well as “Estate Planning” presented by Attorney Kathleen Benjamin.
The following Wednesday, March 4, Lori Colllins of Collins Realty will address “Traveling as Senior” and a representative from Meals on Wheels will speak about “Senior Nutritional Challenges.”buy your dream home or move to a senior retirement community.
Finally, on Wednesday, March 11, Lori Colllins of Collins Realty and Linda Cook of REMAX Gold will speak about "Housing Options for Seniors." Attendees learn whether one should downsize, sell and buy your dream home or move to a senior retirement community.
Also at this same seminar, Homa Rassouli of Security One Lending will help attendees learn about "Understanding Reverse Mortgage" and how to stay in their home and/or purchase a home. She will explain the pros and cons of Reverse Mortgages, which can help seniors decide when such a mortgage might be useful to their situation.
All seminars are free to attend and will occur from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM for three consecutive Wednesdays, beginning February 25. Refreshments will be provided. For more information on these free SRES Senior Living Seminars, please contact Lori Collins or Linda Cook at 707-373-9908 or 707-315-704-4284.
ABOUT THE BENICIA SENIOR CENTER
The Benicia Senior Center (BSC) is a lively place that brings together older adults who want to be engaged in their communities and with their peers. The BSC provides the services older adults need to be healthy, happy and as independent as they can be. It also offers a wide range of services and activities for older adults such having a meal, making friends, get fit, taking a class, and allows seniors to be creative, get a ride, get help, have fun, help out and more.
The BSC plays a vital role by helping create an environment that encourages a senior to interact with others, get out of the house on a regular basis, and enjoy themselves.