Assembling, keeping important documents seminar at Norwood Nov. 2

Community members can learn how to assemble their important documents and keep them in a safe place during a program on Thursday, Nov. 2, sponsored by Norwood Health and Rehabilitation Center.

A speaker from Visiting Nurse will present the program, explaining which documents should be kept readily available. Each person attending will receive a personal information log.

“They will help the audience learn what papers need to be gathered and kept in a safe place to assure a smooth transition after someone passes away,” explains Julie Priest-Young, of Norwood. Having the documents readily available is also important if a person becomes disabled, she says.

Those documents can include insurance policies, living wills, advance directives and more.

A tour of Norwood Health and Rehabilitation Center and refreshments will be available from 5:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. The program will be presented from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Reservations for the free program should be made no later than Monday, Oct. 30, by calling Priest-Young at 356-1252.

Norwood Health and Rehabilitation Center is at 3720 N. Norwood Rd., Huntington.