SENIORS •Do you need a well-trained home health aide who can get to your home? Come learn more.
HOME HEALTH AIDE LIVING ON LONG ISLAND •Do you want a better job, training and supervision, and lower cost transportation to your job? Come and sign up!
CONCERNED RESIDENT •Do you want to be part of a powerful community organization that gets things done?
Long Island is experiencing an escaclation of baby boomers who are aging and who are looking for ways to age in place – in their own homes.
Unfortunately there are many more seniors that need home health care and Long Island's current infrastructure can't handle that demand.
On March 25, 2012, at 4:15 p.m., in Westbury, LI-CAN will announce a groundbreaking program in exclusive partnership with Partners in Care and the Visiting Nurse Service of New York, and the Town of North Hempstead to create a pilot program designed to ultimately improve the delivery of home health care for Long Island Seniors. The program will provide a better job market and subsidized transportation for home health aides.
Join LICAN at this Community Meeting to let your voice be heard.
LI-CAN (Long Island Congregations, Associations and Neighborhoods) is comprised of Long Island synagogues, churches and a mosque, social service agencies, and organizations of people in recovery. LI-CAN is an affiliate of the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF).
Where: Our Lady of Hope Regional School/St.Brigid’s 101 Maple Avenue, Westbury, NY 11590
When: 4:15 p.m. on March 25, 2012
RSVP TO LET US KNOW YOU ARE COMING! LICANIAF@YAHOO.COM