Conference Presentations, National Webinars, Seminar Tour, Blog Feeds, News Articles, and Panel of Expert appointments continue at a rapid pace
(May 26, 2009) Portland, ME — Life Care Funding Group’s year long public campaign to educate the senior living industry and families across the United States about alternative funding programs such as life insurance settlements continues with national exposure and key endorsements. Numerous media outlets and educational sources for seniors are now focusing on the impact that economy is having and the need for alternative funding solutions. Among the many sources discussing Life Care Funding Group’s “Funding Solutions for Senior Living”:
June 2nd, 2009, Life Care Funding Group’s president, Chris Orestis will be a featured panelist at the LTC100 session entitled: Increasing Occupancy: Overcoming the Financial Challenges of Prospective Residents.
May 19th, 2009, Chris Orestis was a featured speaker for over 300 attendees during the SNAP for Seniors.com hosted Webinar entitled: Funding Solutions for Senior Housing and Care.
May 11th-15th, 2009, Life Care Funding Group toured Florida and presented live seminars at over a dozen Emeritus Senior Living properties.
March, 2009, Life Care Funding Group was featured in the Kiplinger’s Retirement Report cover story, Caught in a Housing Crunch.
May, 2009, Chris Orestis is now featured on the Panel of Experts presented by Aging with Grace’s website.
The Life Care Funding BLOG is receiving thousands of visitors every month and is linked to dozens of other industry BLOG’s and websites as an important informational resource (www.lifecarefunding.com/blog).
“It is important that seniors and their families understand the variety of funding solutions that are available to them. Life Care Funding Group’s education campaign focuses on funding options utilizing a person’s life insurance policy, but we are also letting people know that programs such as bridge loans, VA Aid and Attendance, and property specific initiatives are available to help people bridge any financial gaps that may be preventing them from taking appropriate action,” explained Chris Orestis.