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We’re always cooking up something interesting for members of our greater community. From art exhibitions and open house brunches to our popular Just Ask educational seminars, find out what’s happening this month.

Learn the most common things people get wrong about elder law and estate planning, a poorly understood area of the law. Sexton will explain why these misunderstandings are dangerous and costly, and share simple, affordable actions people can take now to avoid these pitfalls.

Sexton is a member of the Kansas Bar Association. He began his career as assistant general counsel for the state of Kansas’ Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS), where he was first exposed to the areas of long-term care planning and elder law. He joined Scott, Quinlan, Willard, Barnes & Keeshan LLC, in Topeka in 2004, where he continued working with families in estate planning. In 2009, he founded The Law Office of Scott W. Sexton PA, a niche firm focused on providing comprehensive long-term care planning work to families throughout Kansas and veterans benefits planning in all 50 states.

The virtual “Elder Law Myth-Busting” presentation hosted by Topeka Presbyterian Manor will begin at 2 p.m. September 28.  The talk is part of Topeka Presbyterian Manor’s Just Ask series,a free, ongoing lifelong learning program featuring information from local, regional and national experts on topics of interest to older adults and their families.

To RSVP,visit click the link below or call Rose Dahlgren at 785-272-6510. You will receive a unique link to the event so you can connect with the presentation from any laptop, tablet or smartphone.

Estate planning can be a complicated task, filled with pitfalls. Learn how to avoid them and protect your assets with “Estate Planning on a Budget,” a free virtual event hosted by Topeka Presbyterian Manor.


Join in as local elder law attorney Scott Sexton discusses ways to save money on estate planning. Hint, you won’t save money by downloading forms off the Internet. Get the answers to your questions like, “What documents do you really need to protect your family when you pass?” and “What are the common mistakes people make trying to save money on their estate planning?” Get the answers to these questions and much more!


Sexton is a member of the Kansas Bar Association. He began his career as assistant general counsel for the state of Kansas’ Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS), where he was first exposed to the areas of long-term care planning and elder law. He joined Scott, Quinlan, Willard, Barnes & Keeshan LLC, in Topeka in 2004, where he continued working with families in estate planning. In 2009, he founded The Law Office of Scott W. Sexton PA, a niche firm focused on providing comprehensive long-term care planning work to families throughout Kansas and veterans benefits planning in all 50 states.

The virtual “Estate Planning on a Budget” presentation hosted by Topeka Presbyterian Manor will begin at 2 p.m. Monday, October 19.  The talk is part of Topeka Presbyterian Manor’s Just Ask series, a free, ongoing lifelong learning program featuring information from local, regional and national experts on topics of interest to older adults and their families.

To RSVP, click the link below or call Rose Dahlgren at 785-272-6510. You will receive a unique link to the event so you can connect with the presentation from any laptop, tablet or smartphone.


REGISTER HERE

Ever missed out on an opportunity because the idea of changing was too big of a risk? A fear of short-term discomfort can keep us from reaching our goals if we aren’t willing to take a different approach and change our perspective.

Topeka Presbyterian Manor will host two virtual opportunities to learn from an expert in the psychology of change in November. Counselor, coach and private-practice psychotherapist Jeffrey L. Wilson will take an in-depth look at the psychology behind change. You'll learn about the types of change and how to cope with each. We'll also delve into the cost of change and discuss methods to demystify it.

This free virtual event will be offered twice, 2 p.m. November 5, and again at 5:30 p.m. November 10. Choose the time that’s most convenient for you and register online at

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/9177368880068226576.

You’ll receive your own unique link to the presentation and instructions for how to join the event. Don’t wait as seats are extremely limited.

The Psychology of Change is part of Presbyterian Manor’s Just Ask lifelong learning program featuring speakers and topics of interest to seniors and their adult children.

For more information about Topeka Presbyterian Manor, contact Rose Dahlgren at 785-272-6510 or rdahlgren@pmma.org.  


REGISTER HERE

If you or a loved one served in the armed forces, you may be eligible for pension benefits through the Veterans Administration to cover the costs of long-term care.


Topeka Presbyterian Manor will host a free virtual event featuring local elder law attorney Scott Sexton November 9 and look at changes to the program made in 2018 and 2019 that can provide financial support for veterans who otherwise might end up applying for Medicaid assistance for long-term care.


Sexton is a member of the Kansas Bar Association. He began his career as assistant general counsel for the state of Kansas’ Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS), where he was first exposed to the areas of long-term care planning and elder law. He joined Scott, Quinlan, Willard, Barnes & Keeshan LLC, in Topeka in 2004, where he continued working with families in estate planning. In 2009, he founded The Law Office of Scott W. Sexton PA, a niche firm focused on providing comprehensive long-term care planning work to families throughout Kansas and veterans benefits planning in all 50 states.

The virtual “VA Improved Pension Boot Camp” presentation hosted by Topeka Presbyterian Manor will begin at 2 p.m. November 9.  The talk is part of Topeka Presbyterian Manor’s Just Ask series, a free, ongoing lifelong learning program featuring information from local, regional and national experts on topics of interest to older adults and their families.

To RSVP, click the link below or call Rose Dahlgren at 785-272-6510. You will receive a unique link to the event so you can connect with the presentation from any laptop, tablet or smartphone.


REGISTER HERE


Ever missed out on an opportunity because the idea of changing was too big of a risk? A fear of short-term discomfort can keep us from reaching our goals if we aren’t willing to take a different approach and change our perspective.

Topeka Presbyterian Manor will host two virtual opportunities to learn from an expert in the psychology of change in November. Counselor, coach and private-practice psychotherapist Jeffrey L. Wilson will take an in-depth look at the psychology behind change. You'll learn about the types of change and how to cope with each. We'll also delve into the cost of change and discuss methods to demystify it.

This free virtual event will be offered twice, 2 p.m. November 5, and again at 5:30 p.m. November 10. Choose the time that’s most convenient for you and register online at

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6139129080965145360. You’ll receive your own unique link to the presentation and instructions for how to join the event. Don’t wait as seats are extremely limited.


The Psychology of Change is part of Presbyterian Manor’s Just Ask lifelong learning program featuring speakers and topics of interest to seniors and their adult children.

For more information about Topeka Presbyterian Manor, contact Rose Dahlgren at 785-272-6510 or rdahlgren@pmma.org.  


REGISTER HERE

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