Rogers County OSU Extension will be hosting a webinar presentation this Tuesday to offer local residents advice and information for matters of importance to members of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP).
AARP experts Lee Baker and Debra Tyler-Horton from Georgia will be live to answer questions put to them during a Q&A dicussion as webinar attendees engage in a dialogue about issues that arise when managing the finances of a loved one.
“Even if your loved one lives at home, it’s important that you know about their finances, accounts and obligations,” said Penny King, Rogers County OSU Extension. “During the course of the webinar, we’ll review issues such as when you need legal authority, the types of medical legal documents, estate planning, and other tips for managing the financial accounts of a family member or loved one.
“We’ll also answer whether or not a person can get paid for being a caretaker,” she said. “Whether you’re looking after an older loved one, you yourself are elderly, or it’s something that may be years away, it’s important to have the information that’s going to be discussed at this webinar,” King said. “Rogers County residents shouldn’t miss this important and informative discussion.”
Rogers County OSU Extension’s AARP webinar will be 5:15-6:30 p.m. in the Rogers County Building, 416 South Brady in Claremore. Webinar attendance is free and open to the public and a light meal will be served to attendees.
For more information, call Penny King at the OSU Extension Office at 918-923-4958 or by way of email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Those attending are asked to message King, so that she may plan accordingly in attendance for the dinner.