Debbie Duggan, an Associate in our Private Client Department has teamed up with Alastair Shanks of Right at Home and Roseanne Finch, Manager of TGA Living to provide an advice service specifically for older people in Farnham and the surrounding areas.
07.08.2018 - ****NEW VENUE**** Engaging with Ageing Advice Service - Farnham Hospital Wednesday 8th August 2018.
Engaging with Ageing has moved to the foyer of Farnham Hospital on the 2nd Wednesday of each month between 10.30 and 1230.
Debbie Duggan, Associate said ”following my previous blog https://www.baker-law.co.uk/site/blog/baker-law-legal-blog/engaging-with-ageing-advice-service we are delighted to secure a new venue at Farnham Hospital which we hope will be prominent in the community and accessible to everybody. Our first session will be this Wednesday 8th August between 10.30 and 12.30”.
‘Engaging with Ageing’ takes place on the second Wednesday of every month between 10.30 and 12.30 am at the Farnham Conservative Club, just off Downing Street in Farnham and is a free, drop-in service for anyone wanting to know more about the support available in the local area.
Debbie, Alastair and Roseanne are also on hand to offer advice on Wills, Powers of Attorney and other associated legal matters, care funding, home care advice, daily living aids and mobility products, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Debbie said “I am delighted to be part of this new initiative in Farnham. As the age of the population increases it is important that everyone is given the opportunity to access information and services in the area and make the most of life”.
If you would like to know more, please either pop along for a coffee and chat or call Debbie on 01252 730755 for further information.
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