The Redwood Area Hospital Caring Connections program and Redwood County Volunteers are co-sponsoring a series of caregiver educational classes, set for Nov. 19 from noon until1:30 p.m.
The Redwood Area Hospital Caring Connections program and Redwood County Volunteers are co-sponsoring a series of caregiver educational classes.
Join us for the next education session Nov. 19 from noon until1:30 p.m.
The topic “What’s New in Medicare for 2010” is going to be presented by Gail Radke, senior outreach specialist from the Slayton Office of Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging.
A light meal is being provided.
This presentation is going to provide information on all parts of Medicare including Medicare Part D. Those in attendance are going to be able to ask questions as time allows.
Attendees also have an opportunity to visit one-on-one with trained staff and volunteers.
This class is being held in the Redwood Area Hospital Education Room (please use the west entrance on Gould Street). In order to provide adequate seating, preregistration is en-couraged but not required.
Respite care for your loved one is also available during the education session but you must preregister.
To preregister, contact Lynn Buckley, Redwood Area Hospital Caring Connections Coordinator at (507) 637-4508 or Karen Christensen at (507) 627-1016. For more information visit the hospital’s Web site at www.redwoodareahospital.org.