SPOILT FOR CHOICE: Seniors will have a jam-packed program to discover at the 2017 North Coast Seniors Expo.
SPOILT FOR CHOICE: Seniors will have a jam-packed program to discover at the 2017 North Coast Seniors Expo. Angel Nieto

Seniors Expo to focus on retirement living your way

AS THE demography of the Northern Rivers ages (gracefully) the need for the public to access quality information about aged care, retirement living and related matters is becoming imperative.

Almost 40% of the North Coast population is over 45 and by 2020 over half of the Australian population will be over the age of 50. This mature age market requires access to specific information, products and services that can be challenging to navigate, which is why the North Coast Seniors Expo is needed in our Community.

This year's Seniors Expo boasts a jam packed program that delivers the no nonsense information you need to prepare for your retirement.

From aged & retirement care to health, leisure and financial services, the Expo promises to be your one stop shop including free & confidential information provided by Government agencies such as Centrelink & Fair Trading.

Don't miss Centrelink who will help you understand your financial options, Financial Planning Principles, Tax & Social Security implications, Superannuation, Investment Choices as well as Fair Trading providing information on your Shopping Rights, Moving into a retirement village, Living in a mobile home park, Planning for a funeral, Hiring a tradie, Being scam aware and NDIS rights under the Australian Consumer Law.

The focus of the North Coast Seniors Expo will be to bring the senior community together with local services and businesses in a positive and interactive environment offering our over 55's the resources and opportunities to help inform their choices and access appropriate services and community groups through a series of information booths and presentation/workshop style activities.

The North Coast Seniors Expo will provide government agencies, health organisations, financial planning institutions, community groups, aged care and health and well-being services an opportunity to directly access this burgeoning market and the public with a useful tool for accessing information, products and services to help them plan for retirement and enhance lifestyle choices, health and well-being for those who have already retired.

Also up for grabs are a number of raffle prizes including two 3 month memberships from Goonellabah Sports & Aquatic Centre, $100 voucher with Simes Bros Coaches, IQ Walking Stick & handles from Hilton Beck Investment, a basket of goodies donated by Home Instead

Senior Care and a hamper donated by the Lismore Farmer Market.

2017 North Coast Seniors Expo:

Saturday March 11, 9am - 2pm

Level 2, Lismore Workers Club

Air Conditioned, wheelchair friendly, café

Full exhibitor list*:

Expo Gold Partners Oak Tree Retirement Village & Uniting

Plus Alzheimer's Australia; Apia; Australian Hearing; BaptistCare; Binney Family Funerals; Bloom Hearing Specialist; BreastScreen NSW North Coast; Centrelink; Clarence Care + Support; Cooper Wealth Management; Crowley Care Services; Disability Aged Information Services; East Lismore Bowling Ladies; Fair Trading; Goonellabah Sport & Aquatic Centre; IQ Stick; Home Instead Senior Care; In your Interest Financial Planning; Lismore Home Modification Services; National Hearing Care; Niagara Therapy; Northern NSW Local Health District (Falls Prevention); Oak Tree Retirement Village; RSL Life Care; Simes Bros Coaches; Simplicity Funerals; U3A Northern Rivers Lismore; United Protestant Association; Uniting; The Whiddon Group

Presentations from:*

Expo Gold Partners Oak Tree Retirement Village & Uniting

Plus Alzheimer's Australia, Binney Family Funerals, Bloom Hearing Specialist, Centrelink, Clarence Care & Support, Cooper Wealth Management, Goonellabah Sports & Aquatic Centre, Home Instead Senior Care, IQ Walking Stick, Niagara Therapy & The Whiddon Group

*Correct as at 14/02/2017

For more information: Event Coordinator - Molly Patch; 02 6621 5916; secretary@northcoastnational.com.au


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