|PARISH HEALTH AND WELLNESS TEAM IN OUTREACH
Submitted by Sheryl Hollyday FNP-BC
THE GENERATION BRIDGE
Health Care is complicated. National Health Care Decisions Day is now a whole week. I believe it’s because there are just so many things to talk about. And, if you
are like most people, you might say something like “I’ll get to that when I have time.” I would encourage you to make the time this April. In a self-promotion of sorts, I
want to share with you a program that I am involved with that is being organized by The United Methodist Church of Monroe.
On April 21st at Masuk High School in Monroe, there will be a program called “Generation Bridge.” Registration will begin at 9:00am and the program ends at 4:
00pm. Can’t come for the entire time? Then come for an hour or two. Come for the topic that is important for you. The speakers are varied in experience and will cover
issues like the importance of making decisions about your future healthcare needs, being a member of “the Sandwich Generation,” taking care of your elderly parents
and your children, and advice about financial planning just to name a few. Check out the link below for details.
There is a registration fee of $20.00 but you can designate that half of the fee to Mary Taylor United Methodist Church. I hope you can join us, but if not and you have
any questions regarding Advance Care planning, please let me know. I will assist in whatever way I can.
Register on line through the link below, or contact Sheryl for more information 203 874 7325
https://www.generation-bridge.com/ Generation Bridge: Where: Masuk High School, Monroe, CT When: Saturday April 21, 2018 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.