Past Workshops & Events

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Caregiver Conversations: Learn about Caregiver Support at Emory

Thursday September 27, 2018
webinar
This webinar will be an opportunity to hear about nationwide caregiver benefits available through Emory University for you and your family. Emory Caregiver Support Program coordinator Mary Ellen Eady will facilitate the webinar. ...
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Preparing for a Successful Retirement: Healthcare Matters

Tuesday August 21, 2018
Miller-Ward Alumni House
Are you thinking about retirement? Please join us for Preparing for a Successful Retirement: Healthcare Matters. This seminar is Part 2 of a 3-part series that will provide you with an overview about ...
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How to Choose the best Senior Care Housing and In-Home Care

Wednesday July 25, 2018
Webinar
Learn about the many different housing options available today including aging in place, senior independent living, the many care facilities available to older loved ones and how to evaluate them to find the right option. This session will also include an opportunity to ask questions and learn about Emory Caregiver benefits. ...
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Understanding K-12 School Options in Metro Atlanta

Tuesday July 24, 2018
Oxford Road Building
Whether you are considering options for elementary school, middle school, or high school in Atlanta, the range of educational options in the ninth largest metropolitan city can be overwhelming. This workshop is designed to help sort through the choices and shed light on the different types of educational opportunities available throughout metro Atlanta. ...
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A Guide to Paying for College: Savings, Loans, Grants, Scholarships & Financial Aid

Thursday July 19, 2018
Oxford Road Building
The college landscape has changed drastically in the last 20 years and costs have shot beyond inflation with little end in sight. This session is designed to help families understand the dictionary of terms that they will encounter when exploring how to finance college and help them try to navigate the financial aid process for their high school aged child. ...
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The College Admission Process: A Planning Workshop for High School Students & Their Parents

Tuesday July 10, 2018
Oxford Road Building
This session is designed to provide both high school students and their parents with an overview of admission factors that many institutions in the state, and across the country, consider during the college application process. Highlights of this program will include: review of curriculum rigor, tips for essays, standardized testing, how to make one stand out in the application process, and other helpful tips students and parents need to know before beginning the college search. ...
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Mom's Memory is Changing: Where do I go from here?

Tuesday June 26, 2018
Claudia Nance Rollins Building
According to the Alzheimer's Association, every 65 seconds a person is diagnosed with a type of dementia. 5.7 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's or another type of dementia. Laura Medders, LCSW, ...
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Extra Planning, Hold the Stress: Smart Advice for Not Getting Squeezed When You're in the Sandwich Generation

Monday May 21, 2018
1599 Clifton Road
In this presentation, elder law and estate planning attorney Paul Black will describe the common challenges faced by adults who are having to make care decisions for their aging parents even as they are still raising minor children of their own. Topics to be addressed include: having conversations about tough decisions with aging loved ones, best practices for estate & incapacity planning for older adults, estate & incapacity planning for parents of minor children, and lessons learned from caring for an aging parent. ...
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Emory Caregiver Support Program Overview

Monday April 30, 2018
1599 Clifton Road
The Emory WorkLife Resource Center will be providing an overview to the Emory Caregiver Support Program. This one hour session will be facilitated by Mary Ellen Eady, Work-Life Specialist, specializing in adult care. ...
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Get Your Money Right - Building Your Financial Strategy

Friday April 13, 2018
School of Public Health - Claudia Nance Rollins Bldg.
This workshop will cover: Understanding the SmartPath System Why this is more critical than ever How to create a real plan and timeline
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Caregiver Wellness: Take Time for Nutrition

Wednesday March 21, 2018
Webinar
Do you find yourself making unhealthy eating choices due to the demands of caregiving? Often our physical health takes a backseat to other priorities, which can lead to poor diets, impulsive food purchases and health complications. ...
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Taxes: What's changed and What's stayed the same

Friday February 23, 2018
Goizueta Business School
A major tax bill passed at the end of 2017. Curious on how it impacts your money? Come learn how taxes work (it's pretty cool), how the tax plan will impact you and what the tax plan WILL NOT do.  ...
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Having Difficult Conversations with Elders

Thursday February 15, 2018
Claudia Nance Rollins Building
Avoiding or struggling with a must-have conversation with an elderly loved one? This session will address some of the more challenging conversations that caregivers often have with elders, such as giving up car keys, moving out of home, or convincing that in-home help is needed. ...
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Emory's Annual Camp & Learning Expo 2018

Thursday February 08, 2018
Woodruff P.E. Center
The Emory WorkLife Resource Center is excited to announce it's Annual Camp & Learning Expo. Expo 2018 will be similar to year's past and will boast nearly 100 exciting summer camps and quality academic programs for children aged 5-17. ...
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Selecting and Evaluating Quality Child Care

Wednesday January 10, 2018
1599 Clifton Road Building
This workshop is designed to help expecting parents and parents' of young toddlers become familiar with the different types of child care available and help them evaluate what constitutes quality care. Due to the high demand for child care in the Emory area, the seminar will also provide parents with some creative options for when their first choice is not obtainable. ...
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Caregiver Connection: Connecting Caregivers with Benefits and Resources

Wednesday November 15, 2017
James B. Williams Medical Education Building
As we head into the holiday season, we often visit with adult loved ones and learn about what new challenges they might be facing or what help they may need. The Emory Caregiver Support Program is hosting a Caregiver Open House on Wednesday November 15th from 11am- 2:00pm. ...
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Get Started and Save for your Retirement Now

Friday November 03, 2017
Goizueta Business School - Goizueta Foundation Center
Understand the benefits of enrolling in their retirement savings plan. Know the steps they need to take to enroll in their plan. Estimate if they are saving enough and explore ways to increase the amount ...
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Information Session about your Emory Back-up Care Program

Tuesday October 31, 2017
1599 Clifton Rd. Bldg.
Bright Horizons Care Advantage is designed to provide temporary caregiving services so that faculty, staff, and graduate students can meet work and classroom-related responsibilities when breakdowns in routine care arrangements occur. Care recipients can be either children or adults and can be used for spouse/partner as well as care for yourself when needed. ...
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SmartPath Investment 101

Friday October 20, 2017
School of Public Health - Claudia Nance Rollins Bldg.
Review Emory's investment options in a way you can make decisions and how you can easily understand each investment option.  How safe is it?  How much does it cost?  What's right for me?
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Legal Issues Surrounding Death & Incapacity: Wills, Trusts and Powers of Attorney

Wednesday October 11, 2017
1525 Clifton Road
How can financial and medical decisions be made if I become unable to make decisions for myself? Is Guardianship necessary? Do I need a Trust? Should I try to avoid Probate? Do I really need a Will? Can ...
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SmartPath I - Get Your Money Right

Friday September 22, 2017
Goizueta Business School
Understanding the SmartPath System Why this is more critical than ever How to create a real plan and timeline
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Navigating the Medicare Maze: Which Plan is Best for Me, and How to Prepare

Thursday September 14, 2017
Emory University Hospital
87% of seniors lose $600 on average by not reviewing their Medicare plans each year. Medicare is always changing, and it is important to be properly informed about your plan, and the costs that go with it. ...
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Caregiver Support at Emory University: We are Here to Help

Tuesday August 29, 2017
Webinar
This webinar will be an opportunity to hear about nationwide caregiver benefits available through Emory University for you and your family. Emory Caregiver Support Program coordinator Mary Ellen Eady will facilitate the webinar. ...
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Growing Through Grief: Accepting the New Normal

Wednesday August 16, 2017
School of Nursing
Loss is inevitable, and when caregiving for adult loved ones, we experience loss through changes in their physical and emotional health, changes in our own routines, unmet expectations and death. This workshop will provide education on grief and the healing process. ...
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Saving for College

Thursday August 10, 2017
Goizueta Business School
Do you want to learn more on how you can save and be better prepared financially for your child(ren)'s college education.  Come out and listen to two professionals, Ryan Florence and Nancy Farmer, share their expertise on strategies for planning, saving and paying for college. ...
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Understanding K-12 School Options in Metro Atlanta

Friday August 04, 2017
Oxford Road Building
Whether you are considering options for elementary school, middle school, or high school in Atlanta, the range of educational options in the ninth largest metropolitan city can be overwhelming. This workshop is designed to help sort through the choices and shed light on the different types of educational opportunities available throughout metro Atlanta. ...
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Hidden Secrets of Veterans Benefits

Monday July 31, 2017
1599 Clifton Road Building
The Aid and Attendance benefit is one of the VA's best-kept secrets from our retired service men and women. Veterans over age 65 who are disabled can be eligible for as much as $2,127 per month in addition to any other VA pension or service related benefit they may receive. ...
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The College Admission Process: A Planning Workshop for High School Students & Their Parents

Thursday July 27, 2017
Oxford Road Building
This session is designed to provide both high school students and their parents with an overview of admission factors that many institutions in the state, and across the country, consider during the college application process. Highlights of this program will include: review of curriculum rigor, tips for essays, standardized testing, how to make one stand out in the application process, and other helpful tips students and parents need to know before beginning the college search. ...
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A Guide to Paying for College: Savings, Loans, Grants, Scholarships & Financial Aid

Thursday July 13, 2017
Oxford Road Building
The college landscape has changed drastically in the last 20 years and costs have shot beyond inflation with little end in sight. This session is designed to help families understand the dictionary of terms that they will encounter when exploring how to finance college and help them try to navigate the financial aid process for their high school aged child. ...
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Stages of Dementia: The Journey with Alzheimer's and Other Dementias

Thursday June 08, 2017
Claudia Nance Rollins Building
Caring for someone with memory issues feels like an expedition.  It can be a lonely difficult journey at times.  If you or someone you love is caring for someone affected by memory impairment or dementia, here is the guidance you need.  Learn about the different stages of dementia, resources to meet the changes your loved one is experiencing and research opportunities. Join us for a presentation given by local expert Susan Peterson-Hazan of the Emory Alzheimer’s Disease Center. ...
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Long Term Care Insurance: What You Need To Know

Tuesday May 02, 2017
Claudia Nance Rollins Building
In this informational session, Long Term Care Insurance specialist Eric Burkard will present the different ways insurance is used to pay for the cost of long-term care including standalone LTC coverage ...
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Addressing Common Family Conflicts in Financial & Health Care Decision Making and Estate Planning

Wednesday April 26, 2017
Goizueta Business School
In this presentation, elder law attorney Paul Black will use the hypothetical story of the Walker family as a springboard for discussion of common conflicts that arise as families make decisions about ...
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Healthy Transitions: Planning for Retirement

Monday April 24, 2017
Miller-Ward Alumni House
This seminar will help you understand both the financial and emotional aspects of retirement as well as develop successful strategies for your next important milestone. Presenters include: Emory Benefits Department, Social Security Administration, Center for Medicare Services, Emory WorkLife Resource Center, FSAP and Emory's Retirement Vendors. ...
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Bullying: What You Need To Know

Tuesday April 18, 2017
Claudia Nance Rollins Building
Student bullying in schools is a major concern.  In fact, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has identified bullying as a major health concern.  However, the “village” as a whole, including school staff, parents, relatives and community members, must accept responsibility for its perpetuation and reduction.  All parents must have an “awareness” of the concern and take professional and/or personal responsibility to model appropriate behavior, talk to and teach our children and take appropriate action if this type of behavior occurs. This workshop seeks to bring that “awareness” by accurately defining terms and outlining best practices.  Hearing so much about bullying in recent times has caused the term to be loosely utilized in describing many times of student and adult misbehavior.  This workshop teaches the specific definition of bullying, how to recognize it and its impact on others.  Parents will learn how to partner with school officials in preventing/reducing incidents, procedures for reporting allegations and methods to support the children.  In addition, this training on “awareness” seeks to make adults cognizant of their own words and actions that may be misinforming children that bullying-like behavior is acceptable.  In other words, children learn from adults and “do as they do”. ...
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Strategies for a Sustainable Retirement

Friday April 14, 2017
Goizueta Business School
Income for Life - Key strategies to transition to retirement successfully: Learn strategies that can provide inflation adjusted income for life. Learn how to predict your retirement success in any market environment. ...
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Insurance Fundamentals: The harsh realities of avoiding insurance

Friday March 24, 2017
Goizueta Business School
¿ Fitting Insurance into to Your plan ¿ Building security while managing costs ¿ Keys to protecting Your greatest asset ¿ Life Insurance 101 Types of Life Insurance  Insurance mysteries ...
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Retirement and Taxes Simple Steps, Powerful Results

Friday March 17, 2017
School of Public Health - Claudia Nance Rollins Bldg.
Are social security benefits taxable? Required minimum distributions (RMD’s) Itemized deductions strategies and options for retirees Unique tax planning opportunities Georgia retirement exclusion – what qualifies? ...
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Self-Care for Your Wear & Tear

Tuesday March 14, 2017
Webinar
Do you neglect your own physical and emotional health in order to help care for an adult loved one?  If so, join this 30-minute webinar to learn (or be reminded of) practical strategies for caregivers ...
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Getting Fiscally Fit:  Organize a plan for your money that works for you

Friday March 10, 2017
School of Medicine
 Organize your money in a way that works for you: ¿ The secrets to building a solid foundation ¿ Create & maintain a ¿Stress Free Budget¿ ¿ Keys to Accumulating Wealth ¿ Cultivate daily habits ...
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There is No Place Like Home! There is No Place Like Home!

Monday February 27, 2017
1599 Clifton Road Building
Have you ever wished you could click your heels and know where your parents should live? Should they stay in their home, move in with you, go to an assisted living or is it time for nursing home care? ...
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Essentials of Personal Income Tax

Friday February 17, 2017
School of Public Health - Claudia Nance Rollins Bldg.
Let us show you how to take advantage of deductions and credits that most people miss on their tax return.
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From Busy To Balance

Wednesday February 15, 2017
Goizueta Business School
“I’m too busy” seems to be the way most of us respond today when asked “How are you?” or “How’s the family?” What ever happened to “Fine” or “Good” or even “Doing Great!”? The blurring of work and personal time is something many struggle with and setting boundaries is only something we aspire to do. ...
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Emory's Annual Camp & Learning Expo 2017

Thursday February 02, 2017
Woodruff P.E. Center
The Emory WorkLife Resource Center is excited to announce it's Annual Camp & Learning Expo. Expo 2017 will be similar to year's past and will boast nearly 100 exciting summer camps and quality academic programs for children aged 5-17. ...
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Going The Distance: Long Distance Caregiving Tools for Success

Friday January 20, 2017
Webinar
Long Distance Caregiving can be challenging physically, financially and emotionally.  This type of care can take place in a variety of forms- helping with finances, arranging in home care, providing respite for a full time caregiver or helping plan for or respond to emergencies… the list goes on. Often times long distance caregivers feel helpless, overwhelmed and guilty.  During this webinar brought to you by Emory University WorkLife in conjunction with your Senior Care Management benefit, national caregiver expert Sherri Snelling will explain how to assess the needs of an older loved one who does not live nearby and begin to provide the support they need. ...
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Recognizing Bumps in the Road: Early Intervention Strategies for Young Children

Friday December 09, 2016
James B. Williams Medical Education Building
Children develop at varying ages and stages. Early recognition of challenges in physical growth, temperament, attachment, social skills or a child’s ability to control emotion can be extremely helpful. ...
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Healthy Transitions: Planning for Retirement

Monday December 05, 2016
Miller-Ward Alumni House
This seminar will help you understand both the financial and emotional aspects of retirement as well as develop successful strategies for your next important milestone. Presenters include: Emory Benefits Department, Social Security Administration, Center for Medicare Services, Emory WorkLife Resource Center, FSAP and Emory's Retirement Vendor. ...
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Caregiver Connection: Caregiver Benefits Open House

Friday November 18, 2016
1599 Clifton Road Building
As we head into the holiday season, we often visit with adult loved ones and learn about what new challenges they might be facing or what help they may need.  The Emory Caregiver Support Program ...
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Overview of Bright Horizons Back-Up Care Advantage

Monday November 07, 2016
James B. Williams Medical Education Building
Bright Horizons Care Advantage consists of two programs to help you manage both Anticipated Care Needs through Care Direct (Sittercity.com) and Emergency or Unexpected Care Needs through Back-Up Care Advantage (Bright Horizons). Care recipients can be either children or adults. ...
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Estate Planning: Wills, Trusts, and Powers of Attorney

Friday November 04, 2016
School of Public Health, Claudia Nance Rollins Bldg.
How to Plan Your Estate for Yourself and Your Family: Gain a better Understanding of Wills, Trust, Guardianship, Powers of Attorney and Estate Planning. Planning for the future can be daunting with or without a family to consider.  Do I need a will? ...
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Understanding the Cost and Value of Paying for Long Term Care: The Importance of Being Prepared

Thursday October 27, 2016
Emory University Hospital
The options for paying for long-term care are limited. Did you know that Medicare will not pay for home care or assisted living facility care? Do you know what Medicaid provides? Most families do not ...
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SmartPath Investment 101

Friday October 14, 2016
School of Medicine
Review Emory's investment options in a way you can make decisions and how you can easily understand each investment option.  How safe is it?  How much does it cost?  What's right for me?
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Get Started and Save for your Retirement Now

Friday October 07, 2016
Goizueta Business School
Although retirement is not around the corner for you, it is never to early to start planning. This is the time to make sure you have a plan and are keeping up with it over the years to come. This workshop ...
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Selecting and Evaluating Quality Child Care

Thursday September 29, 2016
1599 Clifton Road
This workshop is designed to help expecting parents and parents' of young toddlers become familiar with the different types of child care available and help them evaluate what constitutes quality care. Due to the high demand for child care in the Emory area, the seminar will also provide parents with some creative options for when their first choice is not obtainable. ...
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Tick Tock: Caregivers Reclaim Your Clock

Tuesday September 27, 2016
School of Nursing
Are you stretched between making time for yourself and caring for your adult loved one?  You are not alone!  Come learn general and caregiver-specific time management tools to better organize your life and increase your peace of mind.  This panel presentation will consist of experts including a geriatric consultant and author of ¿The Mindful Caregiver,¿ a psychologist and an experienced caregiver.  Interactive discussion will focus on goal setting, prioritizing and strategy planning, as well as other practical tips for freeing up time, managing expectations (which can reduce time spent worrying) and addressing competing demands. ...
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SmartPath I - Get Your Money Right

Friday September 16, 2016
School of Medicine/ James B. Williams Medical Education Building
Understanding the SmartPath System Why this is more critical than ever How to create a real plan and timeline
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A, B, C, & D's of Medicare: Medicare Made Simple

Monday August 15, 2016
Claudia Nance Rollins Building
Confused about Medicare? You are not alone.  As older adults and their caregivers confront long-term costs and ever-changing Medicare and prescription drug plans, they often feel confused and overwhelmed.  This interactive educational presentation will provide an overview of Medicare and guide faculty, staff and family members through the choices aging family members can make concerning Medicare. ...
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Saving for College: Understanding 529 Plans

Thursday August 04, 2016
Goizueta Business School
With student debt exceeding $1 trillion, it is increasingly important for families to plan and save for the cost of higher education.  529 plans, sponsored by states and private colleges and universities, are designed to encourage families to plan, save or prepay. There are common benefits and requirements for all plans, but there are significant differences. ...
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The College Admission Process: A Planning Workshop for High School Students & Their Parents

Thursday July 28, 2016
Oxford Road Building
This session is designed to provide both high school students and their parents with an overview of admission factors that many institutions in the state, and across the country, consider during the college application process. Highlights of this program will include: review of curriculum rigor, tips for essays, standardized testing, how to make one stand out in the application process, and other helpful tips students and parents need to know before beginning the college search. ...
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Change Your Home Not Your Address: How to Age in Place

Tuesday July 26, 2016
Goizueta Business School
Learn more about options to keep your loved ones in the home longer.  This workshop is essential for individuals concerned about planning for the care of a family member, as well as for any adult interested in being proactive about planning for his or her own future care needs. ...
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A Guide to Paying for College: Savings, Loans, Grants, Scholarships & Financial Aid

Thursday July 14, 2016
Oxford Road Building
The college landscape has changed drastically in the last 20 years and costs have shot beyond inflation with little end in sight. This session is designed to help families understand the dictionary of terms that they will encounter when exploring how to finance college and help them try to navigate the financial aid process for their high school aged child. ...
Continue Reading ▸
 
Understanding K-12 School Options in Metro Atlanta

Thursday July 07, 2016
Oxford Road Building
Whether you are considering options for elementary school, middle school, or high school in Atlanta, the range of educational options in the ninth largest metropolitan city can be overwhelming. This workshop is designed to help sort through the choices and shed light on the different types of educational opportunities available throughout metro Atlanta. ...
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Fundamentals of Retirement Income Planning

Tuesday June 21, 2016
Claudia Nance Rollins Building
This workshop is designed to help you better chart the way into retirement. The materials being given today will teach you how you  can get ready to make the next big step in your life ¿ reaching retirement. ...
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No Easy Answers: Legal and Ethical Considerations for Caregivers

Wednesday June 15, 2016
Goizueta Business School
It is often difficult for caregivers to support their loved ones when making complex medical and legal decisions.  In this presentation, elder law attorney Paul Black will use four case studies to explore how caregivers and family members interact in difficult decisions, including an aging parent who wants to live at home (but cannot necessarily do so safely), disputes between spouses/partners and family members during a healthcare crisis, the rights of family members access to medical records, unpopular financial decisions by an aging parent, and more. Special attention will be given to the use and limits of estate and incapacity planning documents, including Advance Directives for Healthcare, Durable Financial Powers of Attorney, Revocable Living Trusts, Last Will and Testaments, and testamentary Special Needs Trusts. ...
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Mission Not Impossible: Meet Senior Care Management, Your Special Agent in Caregiving

Tuesday May 24, 2016
Online
Are you or a family member caring for an adult loved one?  Unclear where to start?  Unsure how to assess their safety?  Do you need some guidance about what to do?  At times caregiving may seem like an impossible mission: Emory’s Nationwide Senior Care Management Program can help!  Register for the upcoming live webinar to learn more about the free benefit for Emory University employees. ...
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The Basics: Understanding Memory Loss, Dementia, and Alzheimer's Disease

Tuesday May 17, 2016
Grace Crum Rollins Building
Caring for someone with memory issues is difficult.  Alzheimer’s Disease is not a normal part of aging.  If you or someone you love is caring for someone affected by memory impairment ...
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Healthy Transitions: Planning for Retirement

Tuesday April 19, 2016
Miller-Ward Alumni House, Governor's Hall
This seminar will help you understand both the financial and emotional aspects of retirement as well as develop successful strategies for your next important milestone. Presenters include: Emory Benefits Department, Social Security Administration, Center for Medicare Services, Emory WorkLife Resource Center, FSAP and Emory's Retirement Vendor. ...
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Caregiver Resilience: How to Make Stress Your Friend

Tuesday April 19, 2016
School of Nursing
Did you know some stress is healthy and actually benefits people who are caregivers?  This workshop will explore the stress response, its impact on health and what research tells us about how caring ...
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Healthcare in Retirement

Friday April 15, 2016
Goizueta Business School
  ¿         The Retirement Income Challenge ¿         Understanding HealthCare ¿         Creating a Plan to Address HealthCare Costs
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Strategies for a Sustainable Retirement

Friday April 01, 2016
Goizueta Business School
Income for Life - Key strategies to transition to retirement successfully: Learn strategies that can provide inflation adjusted income for life. Learn how to predict your retirement success in any market environment. ...
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Getting Fiscally Fit - Life Insurance and You

Friday March 18, 2016
Goizueta Business School
Come and learn: Why insurance is a cornerstone in financial planning How to use insurance as a buffer against a devastating financial event What insurance you need  How much insurance you ...
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Parenting and Worklife: How to Meet the Challenge

Friday March 18, 2016
Goizueta Business School
Achieving a sense of work/life balance if often challenged after the birth or adoption of a child.  There is often anticipation that a newborn will result in sleepless nights and a major adjustment ...
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Understanding and Navigating Hospice and Palliative Care

Wednesday March 16, 2016
School of Medicine
Join us for information and open discussion on Hospice and Palliative Care.  Learn more about how these services could assist you or a family member in need. We will have Hospice/Palliative Care subject matter expert from Crossroads hospice here to facilitate session and answer questions. ...
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Essentials of Personal Income Tax

Friday February 26, 2016
Goizueta Business School
Let us show you how to take advantage of deductions and credits that most people miss on their tax return. Stop giving the government your hard-earned income by maximizing the benefits already available to you.  Learn the primary tools of using deductions and credits to reduce tax liability at this workshop. ...
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Fitness for Caregivers

Thursday February 18, 2016
School of Medicine Building
Are you struggling to make time for your own fitness?  Caregivers are often stretched for time when it comes to personal health.  This workshop will provide quick, practical tips for incorporating exercise ...
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Summer Camp & Learning Expo 2016

Thursday February 04, 2016
Woodruff Physical Education Center
The Emory WorkLife Resource Center is excited to announce their 6th Annual Camp & Learning Expo.  Expo 2015 will be similar to year¿s past and will boast nearly 100 exciting summer camps and quality academic programs for children aged 5-17. ...
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Webinar Introducing Bright Horizons Back-Up Care Advantage: A New WorkLife Benefit at Emory University

Thursday January 14, 2016
Webinar
Emory University is pleased to announce the implementation of Bright Horizons Care Advantage to all benefits eligible faculty, staff, and students of The Laney Graduate School beginning January 1, 2016! Bright Horizons Care Advantage consists of two programs to help you manage both Anticipated Care Needs through Care Direct (Sittercity.com) and Emergency or Unexpected Care Needs through Back-Up Care Advantage (Bright Horizons). ...
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Emory Caregiver Support Program Overview

Wednesday January 13, 2016
1599 Clifton Road
The Emory WorkLife Resource Center will be providing an overview to the Emory Caregiver Support Program. This one hour session will be facilitated by Mary Ellen Nessmith, Work-Life Specialist, specializing in adult care. ...
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Webinar Introducing Bright Horizons Back-Up Care Advantage: A New WorkLife Benefit at Emory University

Tuesday January 12, 2016
Webinar
Emory University is pleased to announce the implementation of Bright Horizons Care Advantage to all benefits eligible faculty, staff, and students of The Laney Graduate School beginning January 1, 2016! Bright Horizons Care Advantage consists of two programs to help you manage both Anticipated Care Needs through Care Direct (Sittercity.com) and Emergency or Unexpected Care Needs through Back-Up Care Advantage (Bright Horizons). ...
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Understanding Flexible Work Arrangements for Central HR Staff

Tuesday January 12, 2016
1599 Clifton Road
Understanding Flexible Work Arrangements for Central HR Staff 
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Understanding Flexible Work Arrangements for Central HR Staff

Wednesday January 06, 2016
1599 Clifton Road
Understanding Flexible Work Arrangements for Central HR Staff 
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