Network in Aging presents “Revvin at the Riv”

North Tonawanda, NY (May 28, 2019) –  This month’s networking event for professionals will feature a guided backstage tour of the historic Riviera Theater on Wednesday, June 5 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at 67 Webster Street.  Guests will enjoy musical entertainment by the students of Cardinal O’Hara high school, raffles and plenty of food and refreshments. Attendees are also welcomed to stay for a free Organ and Light show after the event, featuring the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ. This event is sponsored by Amazing Home Care, Dana Dee, CLTC, Magavern Magavern Grimm LLP, M&T Bank Reverse Mortgage Division, and Olear Realty.

Once a month, select member agencies of Network in Aging collaborate to develop a themed “Network with the Network” event.  These complimentary events are designed for members to meet regularly in a variety of settings and are also open to area professionals who want to learn more about the sponsoring organizations services and the Network.

For more information on the event, or to RSVP, contact Pamela Pace at pamela@amazinghc.com or call 716-863-9035. For more information on joining the Network in Aging, contact Lisa Boron at 716-829-3712.

“The Network in Aging is proud to be the premier professional aging focused networking organization in WNY,” said Angie Blackley, current Network in Aging President.  “Our diverse membership actively promotes positive aging by helping our members stay current with trends, technology and forward thinking initiatives”.

About Amazing Home Care

New York’s Consumer Direct Personal Assistance Program (“CDPAP”) is a program that allows Medicaid recipients to choose the caregiver they work with. Amazing Home Care is a highly experienced fiscal intermediary (FI), which is a company that provides the service necessary to facilitate your role in employing your own personal case assistant.

About Olear Realty

Michael Olear, MSW is a Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker with Olear Team/ MJ Peterson Real Estate. He has over 32 yrs experience and has specialized in helping older adults with transitions since 1999. Michael is a graduate of the University at Buffalo School of Management – CEL and the University School of Social Work Master’s Program. His team includes 8 realtors and 4 paid staff working throughout Erie and Niagara Counties helping buyers and sellers of residential real estate with specialized services for older adults and their caregivers.

About M&T Bank – Reverse Mortgage Division

Enjoying your retirement to the fullest? Ask us about options available to homeowners age 62 and over:

We can help you to pay property taxes, increase your cash flow, establish a growing line of credit for unexpected expenses, use funds without a monthly payment, and provide an alternative to using your retirement funds. Consider the advantages that a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) can offer you. With an M&T HECM, homeowners age 62 and over have the ability to convert a portion of their home equity into money that is typically not taxed.* Funds can be used for almost anything and there are no monthly loan payments.  Please contact Beth Donner Loan Officer NMLS #475147

About Tom Lang from Magavern Magavern Grimm LLP

Tom Lang is an associate attorney with the law firm of Magavern Magavern Grimm LLP and concentrates his practice in litigation and estate planning matters.  In his spare time he is involved with many volunteer and community organizations including the Riviera Theatre and Kenmore Rotary Club.

About Dana Dee

Dana Dee’s career as a Certified Long Term Care Specialist began with Acsia Partners began in 2007.   Prior to 2007 she cared for her Mom with Alzheimer’s in her home and in a memory care facility for 8 plus years. In addition to her Certification in Long Term Care she holds a New York State license in health, life and accident insurance, as well as licenses in several other states nationally.

The focal point of her practice is on the education of traditional and hybrid long term care insurance not the sale.   In addition, as part of the education, retirement is something that everyone needs to plan for…without a plan you leave your assets, your family and yourself open to consequences and there are many if there is No planning.  Due to our living longer, LTC coverage is something that most of us need…it is not only to protect older folks, but many younger folks may need LTC due to diseases, accidents, etc.

About Network in Aging of Western New York

The Network in Aging of Western New York is a non-profit, voluntary corporation, founded in 1981 and is committed to bringing together individuals and organizations involved in aging and improving the quality of life for older persons and their support network in the area. They currently have over 200 member agencies specializing in various fields including education, health and social services, and community and government leadership. Their mission is to provide members with opportunities for resource exchange, professional development and stimulation of interdisciplinary collaboration through networking events, educational programs and strategic partnerships. For more information contact 716-829-3712 or visit networkinaging.org.