Greendale American Legion Post 416
6351 W. Grange Ave, Greendale, 53129
Thursdays, 3:00- 4:30pm
Light Snacks, Coffee & Water provided.
Facilitators: Love Thy Neighbor Foundation and Greendale American Legion Post 416
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Transportation…Need a Ride?
Don’t feel stranded and isolated. Find out about options of safe and reliable transportation at little or no cost.
Southwest Interfaith Neighborhood Outreach Program / Milwaukee County Transit System / Transit Plus / “Go Pass”/ / American United Transportation Group / Milwaukee County Department on Aging / Transit Express | First Transit
Good Food, Good Company
Find out about senior center meals, menu calendar meals, and the options for home delivery. Never go without a well-balanced, not nutritious meal and enjoy the meal in the company of your peers in a warm and welcoming environment.
Horizon Meals on Wheels / Stock Box / Groceries On The Go / Woodman’s Markets / Sendik’s Express/ Southwest Interfaith Neighborhood Outreach Program / Milwaukee County Department on Aging / Greendale Senior Social Club
” Help is Just a Phone Call Away”
Learn about Interfaith’s Neighborhood Outreach program providing visits to provide that vital social link of social interaction, and also about the “Telephone Reassurance” program, hear from the Greendale Police and Fire Departments on how they can help you stay safe. Ask questions to In-Home Care companies and learn about the services they offer- you might just be surprised what they can do for you and how affordable it is to have help! Also learn from the SDC about programs available for prescriptions and other senior benefit programs.
Greendale Police Department / Greendale Fire Department / Comfort Keepers / Southwest Interfaith Neighborhood Outreach Program / Bright Star Care /Social Development Commission
Home Repairs | Home Modification
Learn how to receive help with small chores around the house or minor repairs on your home and how to make sure the assistance is credible and needed!
Learn how to update your home with safety features.
Independence First / NARI (National Association of Remodeling Industry) / Southwest Interfaith Neighborhood Outreach Program
What documents do I need to have in place to stay independent and have my wishes met.
John Talsky, Talsky & Talsky, SC. / Barbara Horstmeyer, Senior Planning Group
Yardwork, Home Repairs & Snow Removal
Learn about trustworthy resources available to help with home upkeep.
Diane May – Southwest Interfaith Neighborhood Outreach Program
Bingo Emmons – Creative Construction and NARI
Jeanette Cooke – Independence First
Randy Fechtmeyer – Total Lawn Service
Ken Kolbow – Muskego Small Engine On The Go
Bob Prusinski – Handyman- Uber driver
Overview on Medicare | Medicare Supplemental Insurance | Medigap | Medicare Advantage Plans
Learn about the different plans available before October 15, 2017 Open Enrollment.
Steve Freitag, RHU, CSA, REBC, CHHS, The Insurance Center
Learn about benefits available to our senior Veterans, find out who qualifies and how to obtain them.
Enid Asmus, SYNERGY HomeCare
Tim Baranzyk, County Veteran Service Officer; Legion State TaskForce Chairman for Homeless Vets
Volunteering – Staying Active
One of the concerns of staying in your own home is isolation. Learn about volunteer opportunities and activities to help you stay active and productive.
Pets Helping People
Bourner Botanical Gardens
American Legion Post 416
Interfaith Senior Programs
Heartland Hospice and Homecare
Holiday Party, Current Scams and In-Home Services
Hear about the current scamming issues occurring in the area and then enjoy learning of several “in-home” services like massages, haircare, etc.
Sharon McGovern, Stay At Home, Inc.
Jessica Dragon, Spa Massage On The Go
Mike Hussey, Aurora at Home, Visiting Nurses
It’s All In The Preparation
TAKE CONTROL of your healthcare. Learn how to advocate for yourself with your physicians.
Enid Asmus, SYNERGY Homecare
Claire M Sedushak, Medicine Check-UP, LLC
Using a Pharmacist to Improve Medication Safety