We support the San Diego community with estate planning and long term care needs, regardless of economic resources because we believe it is more important than ever to be informed and empowered, in order to create stability for yourself and your family and provide a legacy for future generations.
Here’s more information about our first of many complimentary monthly events (webinars, podcasts and workshops) that will cover trending topics with industry leaders to help educate and give the tools needed. We hope you’ll join us!
In this webinar, Aging Life Care Professional and clinical social worker Susan Valoff will examine the pros and cons of care at home versus assisted living and provide you with an important list of questions to ask care providers as you evaluate your options in the time of COVID-19.
During the pandemic, many older and disabled adults and their families are weighing their long-term care options a bit differently than usual. Questions about infection control, quality of life, and avoiding social isolation are at the forefront of people’s minds, including:
- Where is the best location to care for my loved one?
- How can my family member and I thrive while living through this time of uncertainty?
- If I move my loved one home, am I prepared to care for them?
- What type of care can we afford?
MEET THE SPEAKERS:
Susan Valoff is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW), certified Aging Life Care Manager (registered trademark), and Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP). Suasn is Vice President of Windward Life Care, a locally-owned company providing in-home care, care management, and skilled nursing services in San Diego for the past 16 years. A “Sandwich Generation” family caregiver, Susan is familiar with the rewards and challenges of caring for aging loved ones while raising children. Susan is frequently asked to speak on topics related to long-term care planning, healthcare advocacy, family caregiving and dementia care. For more information, visit www.windwardlifecare.com
Yvonne Amrine graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. She is licensed to practice law in the state of California. The need to make a difference in the lives of others brought her to San Diego and the study of law in 2006 where she attended law school at California Western School of Law. She obtained a concentration in Elder Law focusing her course work on Estate Planning; Community Property; Estate & Gift Tax and Federal Income Taxation. She now runs Amrine Law and San Diego Planning Partnership. As the trustee for her mother since 2001, she gained invaluable empathy for families dealing with Alzheimer’s Disease and finding the resources for proper care and support. Her personal experience allows her to identify with and best provide for her client’s needs. For more information, visit www.amrinelaw.com and www.sd-pp.org.
Tap into our expertise. Understand your options. Get the tools and step by step guidance you need. Skip the sales pitch. We’re truly here to help with complimentary, unbiased information. For more information or to be a part of one of our current events please visit us at www.sd-pp.org or on our new social media accounts at @sandiegoplanningpartnership.