New York City, New York (PRWEB) September 12, 2007
New York Safety Net (http://www.nysafetynet.com), a website of resources for working families in New York City, has conducted new audio interviews with key experts in the fields of elder care and crisis pregnancies. New interviews with attorney Joan Robert and Debbie Warburton, the Program Director for New York City's Long Term Care Ombudsman Program, address issues that families face taking care of an elder or disabled family member. Joan Robert covers the financial hardships that families encounter when placing someone in a long term care facility, and options for protecting personal financial assets. Debbie Warburton discusses New York's program of interviewing the elderly in nursing homes and what can be done if residents are not receiving good care.
On the other end of the cycle of life, Chris Slattery, President of Expectant Mother Care Pregnancy Centers in New York City, is a pro-life advocate for pregnant mothers experiencing a crisis pregnancy. His organization offers numerous planning, medical, and financial resources for families undergoing the hardship of an unplanned or crisis pregnancy. He discusses the options and offers a perspective of hope for families undergoing crisis circumstances.
New York Safety Net is sponsored by the law firm Schwartzapfel Truhowsky Marcus Sachs P.C. in New York City. Founding Partner Steve Schwartzapfel commented on the new interviews: "Many families are traumatized by the challenges encountered in the life transitions of birth and aging. We hope more people become aware of the many services that exist within New York City to help people through these transitions."
New York Safety Net encourages the contributions of writers, experts, speakers, and others with relevant information for New York City's working families. To contribute content or for more information, contact New York Safety Net through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schwartzapfel Truhowsky Marcus Sachs P.C. (http://www.fightingforyou.com) may be contacted at 212-921-4500.
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