Defining Your Vision
Overview: This power packed class is designed to help students that are considering purchasing a home define their short & long term goals. Also, students will determine where would be a good place to start in terms credit improvement, paying off debt, saving and budgeting.
Smart Money Moves for Buying a Home
Overview: This fast track class is designed to position potential homebuyers with more "buying power" during the affordable housing market competition. Students also will take a quiz and are introduced to mortgage tools to help them make better decisions on homebuying.
Smart Money Moves: Tips on Saving Money for Elderly Care & Living Expenses
Overview: According to the Alzheimer's Association, The costs of health care and long-term care for individuals with Alzheimer's or other dementias are substantial. Dementia is one of the costliest conditions to society. Total payments in 2017 for all individuals with Alzheimer's or other dementias are estimated at $259 billion.
This power pack course attendees will learn about what resources are out there to help pay for senior care.
The Cost of Caregving: Alzheimers & Caregivers FH Symposium is a Financial Education and Wellness Seminar that is designed to help individuals learn about what resources are out there to help pay for senior care, create an extra income, tools for legal planning, how to better balance caregiving, family, work, and stress. Sometimes, attendees are pampered and enjoy a little “me time” with enjoying free food, yoga tips, and live entertainment. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic this event will be a Virtual Event.
Since 2007, R2EE Enterprises has hosted a variety of wellness and financial education classes in collaboration with those from the business community. As you know, The Cost of Caregiving is rising and will continue rising in the years to come. According to the Alzheimer's Association in 2018 Alzheimer's and other dementia will cost the nation $277 Billion. By 2050, these cost could rise as high as $1.1 Trillion. Caregivers like myself, are overwhelmed due to their loved ones not having life insurance, putting in place a will, enrolling in long term care insurance, or having something in place for when they get old, get sick, or die. The Cost of Caregiving is an issue that is on the rise due to seniors living longer and that Dallas County may encounter sooner more than later due to seniors not having enough money to pay for their own care. Again, according to Alzheimer's Association 5.7 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's. African-Americans are two times more likely to develop late-onset Alzheimer’s disease than whites and are less likely to have a diagnosis of their condition, resulting in less time for treatment and planning. Furthermore, African-Americans are more prone to thinking that they have to do it all themselves, leading to increased caregiver burden and stress. This event is something you do not want to miss!
COST TO ATTEND IS FREE!
Who said you can't have it all through putting diversity and inclusion at the forefront? According to sources, women have endured a higher unemployment rate than men since the pandemic hit the U.S. last spring. One reason is because women are quitting their jobs to stay home and take care of their families because of fear of being infected with the COVID -19 or because some schools, day care centers, long term facilities remain shut down or in the yellow zone. This grassroots class is designed for entrepreneurs that are faced with all types of challenges.
Course Overview: Cultural Diversity and Inclusion is a common term in today’s workplace but it is often poorly misunderstood. Studies confirm that a diverse workforce strengthens and helps the employers and their employees evolve to changing needs of the clients and economy. Studies also show that inclusive workplace cultures abound in innovation, productivity, and profitability. In this course, we will discuss how working together and commitment from the management team, along with the right policies, can curb discriminatory behavior and create a culture in which everyone has opportunities to thrive.
Course Objective: The ultimate goal of this course is for students to learn how to make mindful decisions, support sustainable change, appreciate each other’s differences and build strong initiatives to engage, develop, and motivate those around them.
The purpose of this course is to discuss not debate issues surrounding race, culture change, diversity and inclusion from a human resource management approach. The key objective of this course is to bring more awareness to real estate agents who are thought leaders and chart a course for future action to eliminate biases and racism in the world. It also focuses on understanding, recognizing, and managing unconscious biasness as it relates to our interactions inside and outside of the workplace.
MAY 2019THE COST OF CAREGIVING: ALZHEIMER'S & CAREGIVERS FINANCIAL HEALTH SYMPOSIUM
Partners & Speakers:
Attorney Michael Cohen, Michael B. Cohen Law FIrm
Angela Hodges, Alzhimer's Association
The Cost of Caregiving: Alzheimer’s & Caregivers FH
Partners: Alzheimer’s Association & Sponsors:
PC Home health& Friends Place in DeSoto
Speakers: Rebecca Williams, Mr. Toliver, &
The Cost of Caregiving: Alzheimer’s & Caregivers Financial Health Symposium
Partners: Sweet Fellowship Family Center,
Friends Place, Dallas Area Agency on Aging, and
Author of “Path to Peace” Angie Jones
Get Financially Fit Part II: “Tax Strategies "
Partner: Sheila Lofton
Get Financially Fit: “Budgeting & Credit Improvement”
Can You Help a Sista or Brotha Out Lunch n Learn
Partner: Cassandra Bradford
Financial Education Seminar: “It’s Only A Matter of Time
Partners: Sheila Lofton, CEO of S.G. Lofton & Associates & Tarsha Polk, CEO of “The Marketing Lady”