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Local Business and Nonprofit to Hold Benefit for Frederick County Meals on Wheels

A Life Well Lived Legacy Planners, in partnership with Friends of Meals on Wheels of Frederick County, will be hosting “A Celebration of Life” on November 8th, 2014, at 8pm, at William Talley Recreation Center in Frederick, MD, to benefit The Frederick County Department of Aging’s Meals on Wheels progra. The Elder Law Office of Dvid Wingate is a sponsor of this event, aswell. Maryland has a growing senior population with over 144,000 seniors struggling with hunger.  Meals on Wheels provides two meals a day, five days a week, to aging individuals within the program to address hunger in the…

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AGING OR DISABLED LOVE ONE?

THINKING ABOUT NURSING HOME CARE, OR MEDICAID? The decision to move a family member into a nursing home is one of the toughest and most difficult decisions you can ever make. Over time, caring for an aging or disabled love one can deplete your energy, time and finances. The legal and financial ramifications can cost you plenty. Your income, assets and financial security can be a serious risk. Stop, before it’s too late. If you and your family are overwhelmed or confused by all the decisions you have to make. If you want to know your individual rights, or this…

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Retirement Planning – Upcoming Seminars

Retirement has changed radically over the last several decades in America. Years ago, when you expected to work most of your life for a single, large employer, you could count on a pension. Retirement planning meant figuring out how to use your free time when you stopped working, not calculating rates of return and deciphering tax rules. You didn’t have to worry — enough money would be there from your pension and Social Security. Currently, with the exception of federal and state employees, most workers are not enrolled in pension plans, and the numbers continue to drop. Because fewer and…

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A Toast To The Holidays

You are cordially invited to join us for a very special celebration to benefit: FRIENDS OF MEALS ON WHEELS. CUSTOM TREES AND WREATHS – LIVE AND SILENT AUCTION FREDERICK MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AT CRESTWOOD, 7211 BANK STRETT, FREDERICK, MD DECEMBER  7, 2013 AT 7.00 PM COST TEN DOLLARS PER PERSON Enjoy live music by the Howard Burns Quartet. Appetizers, desserts and beverages, including wine sponsored by the Elder Law Office of David Wingate, Bonefish Grill's Bang Bang Shrimp, bottomless crad dip, and more! For more information visit the Toast to The Holidays Website.

DAVID WINGATE ATTENDED THE AGING NETWORK ALLIANCE MEETING

The Aging NNetwork Alliance had it's meeting at Tranquility Assisted Living Facility this month.

Sometimes the annual trek to the family homestead can bring more stress than joy for adults with elderly, disabled or chronically-ill parents.

“The holiday season is the time when many adults are forced to confront the reality of parents’ declining health,” says David Wingate, an elder care attorney.

David Wingate held a seminar on Affordable Health Care Act to Social Workers, Nursing Home Amin. etc.

  Elder lawyer, David Wingate, held a seminar on the Affordable Care Act, to social worker, nursing home and hospital administrators.

David Wingate was Daybreak Adult Daycare’s Wreath Event

  David Wingate was at Daybreak Adult Daycare, Frederick, on saturday night. Along with Beth Montgomery, Home Instead, and Carole Luber and Eileen McLaughlin of Right at Home.

David Wingate Met with Elder Law Attorneys in Kansas City, MO

Attorney, David Wingate, of the Elder Law Office of David Wingate, traveled to Kansas City, MO, in November to meet with other leading elder law attorneys from across the nation. Through roundtable discussion, and seminars, the attorneys explored professional practice development. The group, comprised of attorneys from different states, convened at the Kansas City Marriott Airport Hotel and Convention Center.  “This was an intense and grueling meeting schedule, we started Thursday evening, and met until Sunday evening” says David Wingate.  According to Wingate, the value of meeting with like-minded elder law professionals is undeniable. “The level of commitment of this…

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David Wingate was at the Movies.

The Elder Law Office of David Wingate sponsored "Marini and a Movie" to generate awareness of Alzheimers. We showed a James Bond movie – so David Wingate has to change his phone number to reflect this. We had another great night, thanks to all.

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