February 19, 2013
Classes Highlight Caring for a Sick Loved One and Applying for Disability
BENTON TOWNSHIP, MI – Lake Michigan College’s community education classes at M-TEC and the Napier Avenue Campus in March will feature a pair of courses that focus on caring for the sick, aging, and disabled.
Home health care, palliative care, assisted living, hospice…what are the differences? When should one be chosen over the other? This course is perfect for anyone who is taking care of an ill or aging loved one. It offers information from Hospice at Home, Area Agency on Aging, and Lory’s Place. In addition, there will be an opportunity for participants to ask questions and discuss concerns about these choices.
Date: Tuesday, March 12
Time: 2 – 4 p.m.
Place: M-TEC at Lake Michigan College
How to Obtain Social Security Disability
This seminar is designed to show people how to apply for and obtain Social Security Disability. It walks through the steps Social Security will take to determine if someone is disabled, as well as what to do if they are turned down. When the seminar is finished, participants will have a clear picture of the process and will be able to understand whether or not they are considered disabled. The disability applies to both children and adults.
Date: Thursday, March 21
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Place: Napier Avenue Campus
To learn more about community education classes for the entire spring semester, contact 1-800-252-1562 ext. 7502 or visit www.lakemichigancollege.edu/ce.