Our Resource Center has information on all aspects of elder care, Veterans Benefits, special needs planning, and estate planning. In addition, there is information on Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, and Multiple Sclerosis, as well as general information for seniors, adult children and their loved ones. Our Resource Center is available during business hours from 8:30 a.m.—5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
We will also be conducting monthly workshops on legal issues on the below topics. As well as, hosting and co-hosting events with our friends in the elder care community.
Some of our publications include:
- Caregiver information for a spouse, adult children and family members
- Elder Law
- End of Life/Death
- Estate Recovery
- Heart Attack, Cardiac Arrest and Stroke
- Long Term Care
- Medicaid and Medicare
- Safety at Home
- Senior Driving
- Senior Exercise and Staying Active
- Senior Health
- Senior Housing
- Staying at Home
To reserve your spot for an event, (R.S.V.P. is required for all events), if you are interested in holding a support group meeting, or hosting an event in the Resource Center, please contact us at 636-394-0009. Visit our events page for the most current listing of upcoming events.
Hold your next meeting at our place!
Our Resource Center is available during business hours from 8:30 a.m.—5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Our Resource Center is the perfect place to accommodate 24-30 people at classroom style seating. Tables are easily rearranged or removed to meet your set up needs. If you plan on using a power point, we can set that up on our 60” TV screen for easy viewing anywhere in the room.
We will provide fresh baked cookies, coffee and soda. If you want to bring in additional refreshments or food that is easily accommodated.
You and your group will have the opportunity to gather high quality information they need for themselves, their parents, spouse or aging loved ones.
Helpful Internet Resources
Sometimes you just aren’t sure where to begin looking for information concerning elder care, elder law issues, and organizations. Google can sometimes return too much information. Therefore, we have pulled together a list of helpful resources here that we have provided to our clients over the years.
Elder Law Organizations
- National Council for Aging Care
Federal Government – Resources for Seniors
Food and Drug Administration – Senior Section
Healthfinder – US Department of Health and Human Services
HUD Housing – Senior Citizens
St. Louis News