Pierce County Human Services - Aging & Disability Resources

Good Morning!

Please join us for the next Aging & LTC Providers Networking Meeting next Thursday. 

Complimentary breakfast refreshments provided by Spring Ridge Assisted Living & Memory Care and the Mid-County Community Center.

Sponsored by Pierce County Aging & Disability Resources
and the Mid-County Community Center

Breakfast snacks provided by Spring Ridge Assisted Living and Memory Care

Aging & LTC Providers Networking Meeting

Thursday, November 1, 2018
8 – 9 a.m.

Mid-County Community Center
10205 44th Avenue E.
Tacoma 98446



  1. Introductions: Please include announcements about staff changes, new programs and other interesting “happenings” which will help keep your colleagues in the network informed.
    • Share your program brochures with other service providers.
    • Business card exchange – bring a “stack” to share.

     2. ADR Updates:
  • Aaron Van Valkenburg, Manager
  • ADRC Events

     3. Program: “How to Screw Up a Power of Attorney”
Speaker: Jonete Rehmke, Rehmke Law

It’s no secret that a Power of Attorney (POA) is a good thing to have in place, regardless of age. But even so, it takes thought and planning to create a proper POA. With so many templates available online or at office supply stores, it’s easy for someone to make their own without the guidance of an attorney. Hear about POAs gone bad, situations that made things worse by failing to anticipate problems that can arise. Even the rich and famous make these mistakes.

Direction to Mid-County Community Center

For more information:

Bob Riler, Pierce County Aging & Disability Resources

Email: [email protected] 
Phone:  253.798.7384
Website: Aging & Disability Resources

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