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LTC Partners Presents the Healthier Future Series by Harvard Medical School

This webinar series features world-class faculty from Harvard Medical School who will discuss how federal employees and their families can approach aging in a healthy way to positively impact their lives. Below, you'll find events that explore adapting your home as you age, maintaining mobility and independence, and strategies to help with cognitive changes. Experts will present the latest medical information and practical tips and tools that can favorably impact your future health, to help you live longer—and better!

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Aging in Place: Adapting Your Home
May 2, 2019

The vast majority of older Americans say their goal is to "age in place." This means they want to remain in their current home for the duration of their lives—or at least for as long as possible. To safely stay in your own home, you need to ensure that your residence is free of hazards and has special accommodations that can help you in the coming years. In this webinar, Harvard Medical School's Dr. Jennifer Brinckerhoff, along with Vince Butler, a certified aging-in-place educator, will help you take stock of your current living situation (or a loved one's), identify any potential safety issues, and suggest corrections that can help you remain in your home. Aging in place can be expensive, particularly if you need to make home modifications like adding a walk-in bathtub, new lighting, or handrails. This webinar describes not only the home modifications you might need, but also a variety of programs and resources that can help you pay for these accommodations.

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Aging in Place: Improving Mobility and Protecting Independence
May 23, 2019

From doing daily errands to taking the trip of a lifetime, from going out with friends to staying in your own home, much of living well depends on mobility. When it comes to mobility, the single-most important thing you can do is stay physically active. This webinar will highlight activities that will keep your joints limber, strengthen core muscles, help you avoid back pain, and build your sense of balance—all important elements of maintaining mobility. Dr. Mark Yurkofsky from Harvard Medical School will also discuss ways to help protect your vision, prevent hearing loss, and keep your brain sharp. Plus, you'll get advice for adapting and fall-proofing your home, choosing services, and more.

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Aging in Place: Cognitive Rehabilitation and Strategies to Manage Cognitive Changes
June 11, 2019

The impact of many age-related brain conditions can be managed through cognitive rehabilitation strategies that help enable older adults to be active, pursue interests, and remain in their homes or with their family for as long as possible. Whether you or a loved one are recovering from a brain injury, or living with a chronic disease or disability, this webinar will help you learn techniques to regain confidence and live as independently as possible. Dr. Mark Yurkofsky from Harvard Medical School will present a multi-dimensional approach to cognitive rehabilitation and discuss loss of function due to Parkinson's disease, dementia, stroke, and other neurological disorders. Dr. Yurkofsky will also discuss common cognitive and behavioral symptoms of conditions like dementia and Alzheimer's disease, share ways to improve safety, and how to educate family members and friends about offering appropriate support and advocacy.

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Spring Webinars

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The FLTCIP (Part 1 of 2): Why Should I Plan for My Own Long Term Care?

This webinar explores the realities of long term care and family caregiving. We also review possible long term care funding options (and their tradeoffs) such as Medicaid and investing.

March 26, 2019
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June 4, 2019
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The FLTCIP (Part 2 of 2): Protecting Your Retirement with a Plan for Long Term Care

This webinar includes a thorough review of the benefits and features of the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) plan.

March 27, 2019
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June 5, 2019
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Medicare and the FEHB
March 28, 2019

The Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program helps meet your current medical needs and provides preventative care to support your ongoing health. But what are the parts of Medicare, which ones do federal employees need to worry about, and how do the different pieces relate in real-world scenarios? Join David Santana of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) representatives as we demonstrate how these federal benefits can work together.

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Maximizing Your Federal Benefits: Calculating TSP Elections for FERS Employees
April 2, 2019

If you are covered by the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS), the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is one part of a three-part retirement package that also includes your FERS basic annuity and Social Security. Join us we detail strategies for maximizing your TSP contributions and elections, as well as avoiding pitfalls to your retirement savings.

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Maximizing Your Federal Benefits: Calculating TSP Elections for CSRS Employees
April 4, 2019

If you are covered by the Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) or are a member of the uniformed services, the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a supplement to your CSRS annuity or military retired pay. Join us as we detail strategies for maximizing your TSP contributions and elections, as well as avoiding pitfalls to your retirement savings.

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Merging Federal Retirement with Military Service
April 18, 2019

Are you a federal employee with military service or plan on full military retirement? Learn all the ways your military service can affect your federal civilian annuity. Join James Marshall of Federal Retirement Planning and Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) representatives as we discuss all the retirement benefits that are available to you.

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Retirement Decisions You Can't Afford to Ignore
April 23, 2019

Have you thought about what decisions must be made to support you and your loved ones in retirement? Make sure you're fully prepared to navigate your way. Join Certified Financial Planner Karen Schaeffer of Schaeffer Financial and Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) representatives as we discuss key retirement decisions, such as when and where to retire, survivor benefit election options, Social Security benefits and Medicare Part B, and how to protect it all by working with your family to develop a plan for long term care.

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Pop Quiz! Are You Ready for Retirement?
May 9, 2019

Is your retirement coming soon? Do you have everything all planned out? Join retirement and benefits specialist Tammy Flanagan for a Q & A session where she will ask the right questions to see if you have the right answers. Pass the test and you will be one step closer to a smooth transition from employee to annuitant.

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Resistance to Assistance
May 14, 2019

For many people, asking for or receiving help is difficult. This is commonly experienced among families with aging loved ones. But if we understand the "why" behind the reluctance, perhaps we can overcome the resistance to assistance. The source of resistance varies depending on the individual, family, cultural norms, and spiritual beliefs. Consequently, we must invest the necessary time and energy to know and honor those who are going through change—including ourselves. Join us as Jane Barton, MTS, MASM, CSA, of Cardinal, LLC, and Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) representatives discuss how to mitigate a person's natural resistance to assistance.

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Navigating the Long Term Care Maze
May 21, 2019

Caregiving can be one of the most stressful situations a family can face. Is your family prepared? Join Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) representatives as we host an open discussion on the many stages of caregiving and the issues caregivers face when they provide long term care for a loved one. We'll also share helpful resources and details about the FLTCIP's caregiving benefits and features.

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Relationships and Retirement: What Is the Connection?
June 5, 2019

Whether you are single, married, widowed, or divorced, there are important things to know about a change in your relationship status. Join retirement benefits specialist Tammy Flanagan as she discusses changes you can make (and sometimes should make) when you marry, become widowed, or go through a divorce.

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The opinions and views expressed in this material and in these webinars and in the Q&As are the opinions of the respective presenter and are not intended by John Hancock Life & Health Insurance Company, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), or Long Term Care Partners, LLC, to represent any legal or investment advice or opinion. And while John Hancock and OPM have reviewed this webinar communication, they are not endorsing or approving the webinar vendor or its products or services.


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