Everything You Need to Know About Choosing a CCRC
Presented by Cathleen Toomey, Vice President of Marketing, RiverWoods Group
& April Bourdon, Executive Director at RiverWoods Manchester
The good news is that most of us are living longer. The challenge is that we are living longer with more long-term care costs and the question is – how to make a solid plan for the future?
Many informed adults are choosing Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) as a smart choice. But how do you evaluate CCRCs? What are their differences in contracts and costs? What questions should smart consumers ask to determine if the community is a good fit? This workshop will give you the tools to make a smart decision.
Attend, and you will learn:
- National and regional CCRC background
- The three major types of CCRCs
- Contract differences and what to look for
- Key benchmarks of financial strength
- Critical indicators to measure service quality
*All attendees will receive a complimentary workbook. Feel free to invite your financial planner. All attendees must be vaccinated.
Cathleen Toomey, Vice President of Marketing, RiverWoods Group
During an era of expansive growth, Cathleen has led the sales and marketing efforts of the RiverWoods Group since 2007. This year, she launched Seniority Authority, a podcast designed to help adults get smarter about growing older. The podcast includes interviews with a fascinating array of scientists, experts, and outside-the-box thinkers. Her presentation “Secrets to Successful Aging” was featured by TEDx.
A graduate of Fordham University and Fairfield University Cathleen began her career in ad agency work in New York City, and prior to RiverWoods, built brands such as Timberland, Stonyfield Farm and others.
April Bourdon, Executive Director at RiverWoods Manchester
April joined the RiverWoods Manchester family in November 2020 and successfully navigated the community through a year of Covid, vaccination clinics and a name change. April brings more than 11 years’ experience in senior health care administration, most recently as Executive Director for two communities in Lee and Newmarket, New Hampshire. A graduate of the University of New Hampshire, with a degree in Health Management & Policy, April’s background provides a solid foundation that will enable RiverWoods Manchester to grow and innovate into the future.
Screening at entry and safety precautions will be taken in accordance with CDC guidelines to ensure an enjoyable experience for all who attend. All attendees must be vaccinated
You may also contact Carmen Chaisson to register: Email CChaisson@RWManchester.org or call 603-836-2302
Space is limited; please complete RSVP no later than October 6, 2021