Aging Together Celebrates
Five Over Fifty
April 11, 2015
State Theatre of Culpeper
305 South Main Street
6:00 pm Reception
6:30 pm Awards
7:30 pm Benefit Concert with The Silver Tones Swing Band
Read about the 2015 Five Over Fifty here
More information and buy tickets here
The issue of passing on personal property is often assumed to be unimportant or an issue that just takes care of itself.
Because these decisions include the emotional value of special items they are often more challenging than decisions about titled property or financial wealth. Who gets personal property is an issue frequently ignored until a crisis occurs. Decision making becomes more challenging and sensitive when people are grieving, selling the home they grew up in, or facing the increased dependence of an elder.
Few of us have planned ahead for who should get what personal belongings. We may know what's important to us and assume we will receive that special item.
What are the "pie plates" in your life? Are you prepared for the challenges?
Visit the County Team Page for upcoming sessions of Who Gets Grandma's Yellow Pie Plate?™ Bring your mother, bring you sisters and brothers, bring your favorite family memento and learn how to start the conversation.
New Live Well Programs are starting soon.
Visit the Live Well page of the website
Visit Solution Centers
Visit these websites to link to resources for caregiving, healthy aging & disability services!