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Aging Parents Seminar 

Wednesday, May 22, 2019 @ 6:00 PM

 Oyster Bay Manor

**Seminar and Appetizers are Complimentary if pre-registered**

 150 South Street Oyster Bay, NY 11771            

  • Meet others who can relate

  • Light Dinner and Seminar is Complimentary if pre-registered (while space remains)


Topics may  include but are not limited to:

  • The importance of preparing outside of a crisis and separating fact from fiction regarding Medicaid from Elder Care attorney Elizabeth Lambert Gullo.
  • Having an SRES Realtor when Considering a move into assisted or long-term care 

  • What to look for in a nursing care community for long-term as well as rehabilitation and the importance of adult daycare when planning care at home.  

Specialists/Topics in the following areas will be available for Q & A session on these and other topics during the program

  1. Alzheimers/Dementia trainer
  2. Medicare
  3. Elder Care Attorney
  4. Free and discounted services available for seniors  
  5. Home care payment options   
  6. Long-term care insurance
  7. Specific communication techniques when dealing with Elders
  8. How to begin difficult conversations
  9. Caregiver Coping 
  10. The importance of advanced directives
  11. What is a MOLST Form
  12. Medicaid Facts and Figures- planning and tax ramifications†
  13. Top 10 signs that a loved one needs help††††††
  14. Assisted Living today- †How to know when it's the right choice.†
  15. Home care services and payment options
  16. Respite care options


Laura Giunta 

Director of education for Oyster Bay Senior Campus: Harbor House:  



Laura Giunta is a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA), and Alzheimerís and Dementia Specialist. She is a trained Virtual Dementia Tour facilitator, Parkinsonís Professional and AFA Certified Memory Screener. Laura spent 10 years working for one of the top names in Home Care. 


She was eager to share her knowledge and connect with the community she serves in a more meaningful way. 

Early last year Laura joined Oyster Bay Senior Campus as Director of Education and Outreach. Being a part of such a unique and special community, the only community in NYS that groups residents with dementia related disease by social and cognitive ability, is a long-held goal fulfilled.

Elizabeth Lambert Gullo Tully Law PC New York
Elizabeth Lambert Gullo, Esq. 
Tully Law Group


Elizabeth Lambert Gullo is a practicing Elder Care attorney who comes from a significant and varied background in Home Care Administration, Geriatric Case Management & Entitlements and Benefits Advocacy.

 She has been licensed to practice law in New York State since 2009 focusing on Elder Law and Trusts and Estates. She is a graduate of Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center and St. Johns University. During Law School, in addition to working full time, Ms. Gullo was in the Elder Law Clinic, a Teaching Assistant and a coordinator of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program..


Arlene Weil 
Douglas Elliman Realty



Nicole Conway and Marybeth Heineke of Cold Spring Hills Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation



Nicole Conway, CDP is Director of Business Development at Cold Spring Hills Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation. She has worked in skilled nursing for 30 years primarily as a Director of Admissions. Throughout that time she has been able to help countless families navigate through the healthcare system.


-Navigating through skilled nursing

-Points of rehabilitating properly
-Coverage issues to be considered in skilled nursing

REGISTER HERE for Complimentary Admission/Light Dinner (while space remains) 


Special Guest Author: Linda O. Fostek



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