For the third year in a row, Lexington Family will offer an exciting giveaway contest to attendees of this month’s 15th annual Elder Care Tour. The magazine is giving away three Gaylord Opryland Vacation Packages.
The Packages include two nights’ accommodation for two, and two tickets to “ICE!,” featuring “The Nutcracker” with 2 million pounds of colorful, hand-carved ice sculptures and slides.
The Country Christmas package also includes “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas;” Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers Christmas Dinner show; Elf on the Shelf Scavenger Hunt; Gingerbread Decoration Corner, plus carriage rides, snow tubing and outdoor ice skating.
To enter to win, merely visit one of the retirement communities participating in the Tour, which is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 8, 1:30-5 p.m.
The Tour is sponsored by Patient Aids, Home Care Equipment and Services.
Not only can you enter to win these exciting prizes on the Tour, you can educate yourself about housing options for older adults in Central Kentucky, which features some of the state’s best retirement communities.
The Tour is designed for older adults, their adult children or other caregivers.
All too often, older adults and Sandwich Generation folks find themselves forced by crisis to make immediate decisions about their own care, the care of a spouse or the care of an aging parent.
Having to make these decisions under a deadline is stressful. What if you knew ahead of time what facilities and services were available for yourself or your loved ones?
What if you knew where you’d like to retire or where you could go for rehabilitation services?
The Tour can provide those answers.
On Sunday, Nov. 8, participating retirement communities in Central Kentucky will host free open houses, which are designed to let visitors educate themselves about elder care housing options in a relaxed, unpressured atmosphere.
Mark your calendar for this event. If you have questions, call us at the number below or visit our website.
Info: www.LexingtonFamily.com or 223-1765.