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Brookdale Des Plaines, Home Instead Senior Care, and Transitions Hospice bring you a 3-CEU seminar on Cultural Competency for health care professionals.

Join us Thursday, February 7, 2019 for an entertaining discussion and hear Michael discuss a new theory on creating legacies. When it comes to planning legacies, he believes in a values-based approach because life isn’t just about taxes and money. It’s important to know the story that drives you and your clients and how they wish to be remembered – either through their business’s impact on the community, or simply eliminating uncertainty by opening a dialogue with their family. This personalized approach focuses on enhancing family relationships by discussing and capturing a client’s values and goals so that family wealth transfer is something to be cherished and celebrated.

Michael will be giving one of three presentations dedicated to Cultural Competency for health care professionals. Network with other healthcare professionals, enjoy a delicious complimentary dinner, and be inspired by these outstanding speakers. Three credit hours will be awarded to RNs and social workers for this event.

Check-in begins at 4:30p

5:00 – 6:00pm
“Cultural Sensitivity & Hospice”
Cathi Schlosser, MSN, RN-PCCN

6:00 – 7:00pm
“The Art of Death Midwifery”
Kathy Miller, LCPC

7:00 – 8:00pm
“Leaving A Legacy”
Michael G Stuart, JD, CPA

Contact Diane Dreier to RSVP early! Space is limited!

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