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Group to hold senior fair August 25th

R.E.A.C.H. (Rowan Education and Advocacy for Choices in Healthcare) will sponsor a Senior Fair/Open House at Oak Park Retirement on Thursday, August 25th, 9:00 – 11:30 AM.  Oak Park Retirement is located at 548 White Oaks Drive (off Enon Church Road), Salisbury.  Call 704-636-4600 for directions.  The event is free and open to the public.
Bob and Nancy Epstein, Community Relation Managers for Oak Park Retirement, said that, “Oak Park is happy to be hosting the REACH Senior Fair / Open House  for the second year and we look forward to another wonderful event where Seniors gather valuable information and assistance from  helpful resources.”  
REACH takes an active role in educating the community regarding senior care and services available in Rowan County.
Exhibitors will include independent living retirement communities, assisted living, skilled nursing facilities, home health care and non-medical home care, senior downsizing and move management, elder law, pharmacy, audiology, transportation companies, senior publications, information for veterans and their families, and more.
“Most of the professionals that make up the REACH group work for individual for-profit companies.  We are working in a non-profit capacity to be the best source of senior care and services provider information in the community,” commented Harriet Boner, President of REACH and marketing director at The Laurels of Salisbury.
For more information about REACH, go to www.REACHforRowan.org or contact Harriet Boner at hboner@REACHforRowan.org

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