LVAIC Retirement Seminar Series Concludes with Successful Inaugural Year
May 9, 2018, @ 3:42 PM
The inaugural year of the LVAIC Retirement Seminar Series concluded on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at DeSales University with a comprehensive exhibitor fair. This event was the fourth in the series.
Each of the four sessions has featured a different topic to better prepare LVAIC faculty and staff for retirement. The first session, which took place in November 2017 at Muhlenberg College, specifically focused on wealth management and estate planning. This session featured David Ellowitch, CFP, a registered representative of Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp and Dionysios Pappas Esq of Vasiliadis and Associates The second session took place in January 2018 at Lafayette College regarding the psychological impact of retirement. This session featured Jamila Bookwala, PhD., Dean of Curriculum and Research and Professor of Psychology, Lafayette College, and Alan W. Childs, Professor emeritus, Psychology Department, Lafayette College. The third session focused on Medicare and Long-Term Care. This event featured Attorney Theresa Hogan, who specializes in estate planning and elder law, business planning and formation and contracts, adoptions, real estate/title insurance, and related litigation, and Terri Cantrel, an independent insurance broker servicing individuals and businesses in the Senior Market in the Lehigh Valley, New Jersey and beyond. The final event focused on active lifestyles during retirement. This event featured Cathy Heimsoth,Executive Director, Traditions of Hanover, and Jeff Tintle, Managing Director of Thrive Media which produces Lifestyles Over 50.
Each event catered to a different need of those contemplating retirement. Both LVAIC faculty and staff and their partners were invited to attend any one of or all four events. While this is only the first year of the series, it was enormously impactful for those who participated, and will run again next academic year for those who were unable to participate this year.LVAIC Adult Learners’ Conference Serving a Growing Population for Twelve Years » « Nursing Research Collaborative of the Lehigh Valley Unites LVAIC Students, Faculty