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Registration is closed. Those who have not registered beforehand are welcome to attend but will not receive lunch or raffle tickets. 

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Erie County Senior Services & Center for Elder Law and Justice Present:
                         ELDER LAW DAY on Thursday, June 6th 2019  

Millennium Hotel |  2040 Walden Ave  | Cheektowaga NY

8:00am - 1:30pm

Elder Law Day provides information to assist older adults in making informed choices about their health and financial well-being. 


Elder Law Day offers:

Legal Presentations by attorneys on issues important to older adults and their caregivers.

Consultations with an attorney (must sign up for these 15-minute, private consultations when you register).

Expert Advice from community agencies tabling throughout the event.

Lunch and raffle drawing for registered guests!

$5 suggested donation at the door.

We invite requests for accommodation due to disabilities; however, accommodations cannot be guaranteed without advanced notice.

Sponsored by: AARP-NY; Bar Association of Erie County; Network in Aging of WNY Inc.; New York Bar Association, Elder Law Section; SUNY Buffalo Law School

BCBS Brompton Heights The Clarity Group
Center for Elder Law and Justice Centers Health Care The Conversation Project
 Dengler, Roberts, Perna Funeral Home  Elderwood Health Plan  Fallon Health Weinberg
Family Choice NY  Hospice Buffalo  Howard Hanna Real Estate Services
Independent Nursing Care MassMutual  NY Connects Senior Services
NYS Division of Veterans' Services  Pride Center of WNY  Rural Transit
New York Statewide Senior Action Council, Inc. Venture Forthe
Veterans One-Stop Center of WNY
Wheatfield Commons WNY Coalition Pooled Trusts  


Phone: (716) 858-8526

Erie County Department of Senior Services
95 Franklin Street, 13th Floor
Buffalo, New York 14202

Office hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm