Adulting 101:
caring for aging parents


5:30PM - 6:30PM

Virtual via Zoom


Ever ask yourself “Why didn’t we learn that in school?” Yeah, us too. Get ready to level up your life with TCYP’s Adulting 101 series. A panel of professionals will crash course you into some serious adulting knowledge. Make sure to join us all four times in 2021, with a different topic each time.
What You’ll Learn:
How do we take care of our elderly family and friends? Chances are they’ve done a lot for you over the years and there may be ways to better assist them and say thank you! Learn about signs that may indicate someone needs additional care, what to look for in care facilities, and what types of care are available from the experts at Westminster Village. Near or far, there are volunteering opportunities and support organizations that we’ll learn about in this session. Last but not least, learn how you can help your mobility impaired family and friends walking, standing, and getting in and out of the car without harming them or yourself. Essential knowledge to be successful in assisting our elders.

About The Speakers:
Ben Blankenship has spent the majority of the past 20 years serving area seniors. He joined Westminster Village in 2013 as the Health Facility Administrator. While in this role, he led the Health Center to a five-star Medicare rating for four years and achieved a deficiency-free health inspection. In May 2017, Ben was promoted to Associate Executive Director where he led multiple departments as well as special projects. In February 2019, the Board of Directors selected Ben to lead the Village as the next Executive Director. Ben earned his bachelor’s degree from Georgetown College in Kentucky and earned his MBA in Healthcare Management from Indiana Wesleyan. Ben is a licensed Health Facility Administrator (HFA) in Indiana, certified as an HFA preceptor and is white-belt certified in Lean Six Sigma.

Greg Steele’s drive comes from a passion to serve the senior community. He has nearly a decade of experience in various long-term care settings. Greg is a licensed Health Facility Administrator (HFA) in the state of Indiana. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Phoenix in Health Administration in 2013. Greg also earned a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification from Purdue University in 2013. In 2016, he earned his MBA from Indiana University in Kokomo. Greg is an ordained minister and has served as a youth pastor, over the last several years, with the help of his wife Holly. He and his wife have a son and daughter who are both pursing their aspirations and dreams.

  Come hear some A+ information, ask all your questions, and leave more confident in your adult status.

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