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LCA Empowerment Series Session Highlights Senior Living Options in SWFL  

Naples, FL – 9/26/19 – The Leadership Coalition on Aging (LCA) – an interagency coalition of more than 90 advocates committed to enriching the lives of Collier County seniors and their caregivers – presents the Senior Empowerment Series session “Senior Living Options in Southwest Florida,” held 1 to 3 p.m. on Thursday, October 10, 2019, at Vi in Bentley Village, 850 Retreat Drive, Naples 34110.

Explore some of the many living options available to seniors during this final session of the LCA’s five-part 2019 Senior Empowerment Series. Spend time with representatives from a continuing care retirement community; as well as independent living, assisted living and memory care communities:

●      Vi at Bentley Village – Joe Chambers

●      Arbor Trace – Jennifer Hoops

●      All Seasons – Amy Hilliard

●      Juniper Village – Gay Hollowell

●      American House – Rihannan McClelland

The Senior Empowerment Series is designed to provide relevant information to seniors and their families by tapping into local experts on a variety of subjects so that seniors can make timely, informed decisions about their futures.

In addition to the expert panel, attendees will be able to visit sponsors’ tables to learn about services and resources available in the community. Keynote Sponsor for the Series is Seniors Blue Book University; presentations are free, open to the public and held throughout the year. Please RSVP to 239.776.7353.

2020 sessions include “The Future of Healthcare in Collier County” on January 30, 2020; “Ways to Pay for Care” on March 16, 2020; “Senior Safety: How to Protect Yourself…Physically and Financially” on May 18, 2020; “The Art of Aging Well” on July 30, 2020 and “Dotting Your ‘I’s and Crossing Your “T”s – Reviewing Essential Docs” on October 29, 2020. 

An affiliate of Collier Senior Resources, LCA enriches the lives of Collier County seniors and those who care for them by way of resource sharing, education, advocacy and community outreach. LCA currently consists of 90 independent advocates and organizations serving seniors from charities, corporate entities and governmental agencies. Members have expertise in a broad spectrum of fields such as health and wellness, home care, legal, financial, senior living, counseling and support, veteran affairs, emergency response, community service, social services, recreation, transportation and more.

To RVSP for the 2019 Empowerment Event “Senior Living Options in Southwest Florida”, please call 239.776.7353. For more information on the LCA, please email, or visit


The Leadership Coalition on Aginga 501c3 organization, was founded in 2012 by grassroots leaders in the field of aging services to enrich the lives of Collier County seniors and those who care for them through resource sharing, education, advocacy and community outreach and now includes more than 50 organizations and more than 90 individuals and advocates dedicated to seniors. For more information on the LCA, programs, services and advocacy efforts, please email, or visit