GOLDEN, Colo., June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Mayor John Hickenlooper declares June
13, 2010 as Public Policy Day to focus on acquiring a knowledge base in government systems and public participation. Pamela Wilson, host of The Caring Generation , a weekly radio program on 630 KHOW-AM in
The subject of the panel discussion, "How Will Health Care Reform Change Your Life". Topics discussed will be health care reform, Medicare, Medicaid and the effect of illegal persons on healthcare costs in Colorado. The event will be at the Heartlight Center, 11150 East Dartmouth Avenue in Denver from 1-3pm. Register by calling 303-205-7877 or online at www.thecaringgeneration.com.
An ice cream social follows the event benefitting two non-profit organizations: The St. Francis Center, a men's homeless shelter asks for donations of gently used men's clothing. The Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center asks for donations to the ice cream social to support their programs. Sponsors of The Caring Generation will be available to answer questions about nursing homes, assisted living, in home care, chronic disease and pain management, relocating, trusts, estate planning and retirement investing, memorial services and pre-planning.
The Caring Generation provides information and education to listeners experiencing life transitions due to caregiving, health care and issues of aging. Pamela Wilson, The Care Navigator, lost her mother Rose when she was 35 years old. She has a gift of authentically helping adult children and older adults work through life transitions resulting from a need for care, caregiving or health issues. The website features a free download of programs from the past year, educational tipsheets, a caregiver forum, upcoming events and special programs.
The Caring Generation is supported by Argus Home Health Care, Bridgepoint Supportive Care, the Private Bank of Colorado State Bank and Trust, JL Transport "The Caring Mover", Horan and McConaty, Morningstar Assisted Living and Pinon Management.
Pamela D. Wilson, CSA, MS, BS/BA guides caregivers and those needing care through the challenges of aging, caregiving and everything in between. She may be reached at (303) 810-1816 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOURCE The Caring Generation
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