Neptune Society Kansas City is excited to participate in not one, but three events this week to support its community. They will be at the Clay County Health Fair on Thursday, the 2016 Kansas City Grandfamilies Conference on Friday, and the 1st Annual Healthcare Professional Symposium on Saturday. The Neptune Society Kansas City staff is prepared to supply families with the information they need to protect their loved ones and ensure the safety of their legacies.
Neptune Society will start off the week by participating in the Clay County Health Fair on Thursday October 13 from 8:30am to 1:00pm at the North Kansas City YMCA. This tropical-themed event is designed to help senior residents and caregivers to learn about the resources that are available to them including the Council on Aging, Meals on Wheels, nursing homes, hospices, various other medical clinics, and funeral homes. Neptune Society Kansas City Service Manager Julie Walter-Davis will be present to offer seniors a Missouri Bar-approved copy of Medical Power of Attorney and Living Will and notarizing services for the document. Look for Walter-Davis in her unique tropically-themed hat!
Stop by the 2016 Kansas City Grandfamilies Conference this Friday October 14 to see how Neptune Society supports all kinds of families. From 8:30am to noon at the Pleasant Valley Baptist Church in Liberty, MO, members of the community will be able to learn about the unique challenges of raising a child as a grandparent, aunt, uncle, or other relative.
The 2016 Kansas City Grandfamilies Conference is dedicated to providing information and resources to those raising grandchildren, nieces, nephews, or other young relatives. Neptune Society will be hosting a vendor table with relevant information about the conference’s topics including the legal system, caregiver tips, and family resources. The free event will also provide morning refreshments and lunch as well as door prizes for an informative and fun way to start the weekend.
“We feel it is important to inform these families how important it is to have plans in place should something happen to them, and to let them know about different offices throughout the Metro area that have services that can benefit them,” Walter-Davis said.
Neptune Society will also be participating in the First Annual Healthcare Professional Symposia on Saturday October 15 in Overland Park, Kansas. There, Neptune Society will work with other industry leaders including the Healthcare Resorts of Kansas and VITAS Hospice in educating physicians, social workers, and APRN/RN Nurse Case Managers about how to best serve seniors in their later years. There are also opportunities for industry professionals to earn educational credits, as detailed on the event website.
For more information about how Neptune Society Kansas City is participating in these events or to learn more about how they serve families every day contact their office over the phone, online, or in person.