On December 3 and 4, Rite Aid will host two free chats, broadcasted live online, featuring advice from geriatric experts and a Rite Aid Pharmacist. These chats, as part of Rite Aid’s “Giving Care for Parents” program, are aimed at answering caregivers’ questions and helping them find solutions to everyday problems.
On Wednesday, December 3, from 12:00-1:00 p.m. Eastern time (11:00-12:00 p.m. Central time), attorney Vincent J. Russo, Esq., will be answering questions on elder law, special needs, and estate planning, and elder care expert and geriatric care manager, Dr. Marion Somers, PhD, will be discussing a broad range of topics, from home safety to senior-friendly technology.
On Thursday, December 4, from 12:00-1:00 p.m. Eastern time (11:00-12:00 p.m. Central time), Susan Strecker Richard, editor-in-chief of Caring Today, will be offering advice on how to care for loved ones without sacrificing your own well-being and she will answer general questions on caregiving. Rite Aid pharmacist Natalie Teaff, R.Ph, will be available to answer questions on medications, therapies, and medication interactions.
To participate in the live chat, caregivers must register online at: http://giving-care.riteaid.com/giving-care/expert-events. Caregivers who are unable in the live chat will can print a transcript after the event.