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Women United Speaker Series – Intergenerational Caregiving

Women United September 30, 2021 Free Virtual Speaker Series – Resilient Women: Intergenerational Caregiving

Caring for an elderly parent? Caring for an elderly parent AND children at the same time? Planning for future caregiving? Four expert panelists will provide useful resources for managing caregiving to maintain a healthy life and work balance while juggling intergenerational caregiving. Click here or scroll down for a look at our panelists.

Join us for an enlightening and informational Virtual Speaker Series discussion focused on “Resilient Women: Intergenerational Caregiving.” The webinar is FREE and open to both men and women with advance registration!  BYOB encouraged (Bring your own breakfast)!

Date:  Thursday, September 30, 2021
Time: 8 am – 9 am
Registration: Free with Advance Registration – REGISTRATION ENDS September 29, 2021 at 12 Noon
Webinar Link: We will send this to you 1-3 days prior to the date. It will be sent from  (If you don’t see the email, check your clutter or junk email, or contact

Learn more here. 


  • Lisa Von Lehmden Zidek, President, Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio
    In 1902, thirteen pioneering women set out to meet the healthcare needs of the community by creating the Visiting Nurse Association of Cleveland. Since then, the organization has grown to serve thousands of patients across the Northeast and Mid-Ohio regions. Today, they offfer a large scope of home-based services throughout 17 Ohio counties. Their mission is to provide high-quality, comprehensive home health and hospice care to promote the independence and dignity of those living in the communities served.
  • Ethan A. Welch, Attorney at Law, Hickman & Lowder Co., L.P.A.
    Ethan’s main area of focus is elder law, Medicaid planning and special needs planning. Ethan also focuses on estate planning, trust and estate administration and probate. His extensive knowledge of elder law and special needs planning helps ensure his clients’ rights are protected to secure their future.
  • Bruce Wilson, Owner, Senior Safeguard
    Senior SafeGuard® offers home management services. Their services begin with a comprehensive safety assessment and recommended modifications to reduce the potential for injuries within the home. They offer 24/7 on-call assistance, and a network of contractors to help clients by checking in on loved ones, monitoring property, arranging and overseeing maintenance, and helping to provide their clients with peace of mind knowing they will be there when others cannot.
  • Amy Sabath, Intergenerational Caregiver
    Director for Government Affairs, Director for Non-Profit & Public Service Center, and Executive Assistant to the President, Lakeland Community College

    Amy moved her parents in with her two years ago, and they are suffering from many health issues. Amy is also raising her beautiful daughter Stella.

Click here for complete bios on all four panelists.


  • Kristina Willey, Women United Member
    Director, Holden University Center and College Event Services, Lakeland Community College

Donations to the Lake County Council on Aging welcome!

For each Speaker Series Women United hosts, a local non-profit is “adopted.” While the Speaker Series is FREE, it is our hope you will consider making a donation to United Way of Lake County’s partner agency, the Lake County Council on Aging. Should you wish to do so in support of the great work they do to help Lake County seniors in need, please visit to make a contribution, and when filling out the donation form use the “Notes” field at the bottom to enter LCCOA.


Sep 30 2021


8:00 am - 9:00 am

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