Berks County Parents Resource Forum – Monday, June 5th from 5:30-7:00pm

Berks County, PA – Reinvigorated and reimagined after the pandemic, a diversified team of professionals serving the aging population of Berks County have teamed up to provide the “Aging Parent Resource Forum (APRF)”. This open house style event is designed for busy, adult children seeking help, support, and resources for their aging loved ones. The event will be held in the Comfort Keepers Training Center at 2209 Quarry Drive, Suite B-20, West Lawn, PA 19609 on Monday, June 5th from 5:30-7pm.

The APRF will provide attendees with financial resources, care alternatives, assistive services and connections to the people and programs who can serve them and their loved ones. “We’re honored to bring back this impactful community event. Many adult children don’t know where to start to get the resources they need to care for their parents. If we can help that by hosting this event, we’re overjoyed!” says Owner and CEO Jennifer Teller.

What/Who to expect:

Self care information for families with Aging Parents

Free resources from agencies serving Seniors

Representatives from:

Berks County Area Agency on Aging

Berks County Veterans Affairs

Alzheimer’s Association

Medicare Education Services

Estate & Elder Law Attorneys

Home Care, Home Health, & Hospice Agencies and more!

Whether your loved one needs help now or you are planning for the future…Join us!

Gather information on Senior resources and get answers to your questions during this open session. No cost to attend. Drinks and snacks will be offered. Hosted by Comfort Keepers – Berks County.

RSVP by calling / texting (610) 741-5810 or emailing

About Comfort Keepers

For 22 years, Comfort Keepers has provided one-on-one, attentive care to loved ones needing extra help at home. Comfort Keepers – Berks County provides home care in the greater Reading, PA area. Caregivers provide assistance as needed to complement the care provided by family or other professionals with bathing & dressing, incontinence care, dementia care, grocery shopping & meal planning/cooking, dishes & laundry, errands and transportation to appointments (doc/hair/misc.). Clients appreciate being treated with dignity and respect as well as preserving as much of their independence as possible.

Serving the communities of: Bernville, Birdsboro, Blandon, Boyertown, Douglassville, Elverson, Exeter, Fleetwood, Hamburg, Kenhorst, Kutztown, Laureldale, Leesport, Mohnton, Morgantown, Oley, Reading, Robesonia, Shillington, Shoemakersville, Sinking Spring, Temple, Topton, Wernersville, West Lawn, Womelsdorf, Wyomissing.

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