Leading Elder Law Attorney to Answer Questions at Treasure Coast Fearless Caregiver Conference
Attorney Michael D. Fowler, Board Certified in Wills, Trusts, Estates and Elder Law, to be expert panelist at October 31 Treasure Coast Fearless Caregiver Conference at Port St. Lucie Civic Center. Tickets sponsored by Area Agency on Aging PB/TC.
Oct. 15, 2012 - PRLog -- Today’s Caregiver magazine, the nation’s most recognized print magazine, Web and conference training community (http://www.caregiver.com) educating, training and supporting family and professional caregivers since 1995, announced today that Michael D. Fowler, one of the few attorneys in Florida doubly board certified in wills, trusts, and estates and elder law, will answer caregiving questions at the upcoming Treasure Coast Fearless Caregiver Conference. The event will be held on October 31st at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center. Tickets are complimentary for family caregivers and are sponsored by the Area Agency on Aging of Palm Beach Treasure Coast and http:www.FearlessCaregiver.com.
Family caregivers should register at http://www.FearlessCaregiver.com or call (877) 829-2734 while the limited number of free scholarships are still available. Registration, which includes lunch, provides a full day of education and training for the family and professional caregivers. Port St. Lucie Civic Center, 9221 SE Civic Center Place, Port Saint Lucie, FL.
Mr. Fowler is dedicated to giving back to the community and has previously received the Pro Bono Service Award from the St. Lucie County Bar Association. He served as chair of the fund-raising committee for the construction of the St. Lucie County Hospice House on Midway Road, and continues to serve as a member of the Foundation Board for Hospice of the Treasure Coast. Mr. Fowler is also a member of the St. Lucie County Advisory Board for Alzheimer's Community Care, and the Royal Palm Society Board for Heathcote Botanical Gardens.
Mr. Fowler’s firm, The Estate, Trust & Elder Law Firm assists clients with Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Advanced Estate Planning, Elder Law, Medicaid Planning, Veteran's Benefits Planning, Probate / Estate Administration, Special Needs Planning, Business Formations, Adult Guardianships, and Prenuptial Agreements in Port St. Lucie, Florida as well as Jensen Beach, Palm City, Fort Pierce, Stuart and Port Salerno in Martin County and St. Lucie County.
Supporting the 119th Fearless Caregiver conference are leading care organizations including Humana, Area Agency on Aging of Palm Beach Treasure Coast, Inc., Security One Lending, Caption Call, MyCare Connect, among many others. More than 50,000 family and professional caregivers in 24 states have learned how to be a Fearless Caregiver Advocate for their loved ones, clients and themselves.
What Support Is Available For Florida Family Caregivers? The financial decisions made at the state level have enormous consequences to the two million caregivers living in Florida. Join caregiving experts for the day to learn how these decisions will affect you and what support will be available as you care for your loved ones.
“I am extremely excited that Mike Fowler will be joining us again. The family and professional caregivers at last year’s event reported how much he helped them with his answers and his accessibility. We are proud that he will be joining us again this year. I’m sure, just like last year, he will be able to help shine a light on some of the legal challenges that face the family caregivers in attendance,”
The latest stops on the Fearless Caregiver conference tour in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale were tremendous successes with hundreds of family and professional caregivers participating in full-day events where they received answers to their caregiving questions from physicians, legal experts, spiritual leaders, and healthcare experts on topics such as Alzheimer’s, MS, cancer, autism, stroke, Social Security, Medicare, diabetes, incontinence and Parkinson’s throughout the day.
Fearless Caregiver Conference participants will learn:
• What support is available for Florida family caregivers
• Where the money is for caregivers
• How to partner with their family members
• How to ask questions of healthcare leaders in the area
• How to get a loved one to stop driving
• To share information with their fellow caregivers
Who Should Attend?
• Children of aging parents
• Parents caring for children
• Spousal caregivers
• Long-distance caregivers
• Grandparent caregivers
• Pastoral caregivers
• Volunteer caregivers
• Professional caregivers
• And anyone else seeking hands-on advice
Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Call (800) 829-2734 for information and to reserve your space.