OCEAN is the resource for Charlotte
County Seniors! Our Charlotte Elder Affairs Network is a “coalition”
whose membership consists of public and private health, human and social
service organizations and others concerned with elder issues.
Our purpose is to identify
services in the Charlotte County area and to share that knowledge; to provide
pertinent information and referral; to analyze unmet needs; advocate for
appropriate and effective solutions; and to increase public awareness of the
elder services available in our community.
Please welcome new members/renewed as a
result of a recent membership drive.
See Latest Roster Here
Jimmo Case Information
Class action law suit challenging the
Medicare Improvement Standard.
This information courtesy of Byrski Law Firm.
Read about it here
Florida Council on Aging
Here is the
lastest update on 2013 budget that impacts many services and incdividuals.
Provided by Sharon Weatherhead - United Healthcare.
Held on the 4th
Wednesday of each month at 8:00 AM at South Port
Square’s Town Hall Building. [locate] For more info, please contact Karen Amador: 941-235-4500,
941-276-4075, or Email.
Steering Committee Meeting
of every other month - South Port Square Sales Offices - Port Charlotte;
4:00 - 5:00 PM - All members are
Next Month - Sunflower Luncheon at Visani's
May 22nd meeting held at Visani's.
11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Door Prizes welcomed! No walk-ins
See Speakers page for details.
Sun Flower Nomination
Nomination for this years
Sun Flower Award is now available for download here.
Feature Article of the
now going to allow members to provide feature articles on the OCEAN web
site. Submit articles
Written by: Paul V. Lioon,
Certified Trust and Financial Advisor
What would happen if you were mentally or physically unable to take care of
yourself or your day-to-day affairs? You might not be able to make sound decisions
about your health or finances. You could lose the ability to pay bills, write
checks, make deposits, sell assets, or otherwise conduct your affairs. Read more here