Credit: Geriatric Care Managers
(West Palm Beach, Florida) December 11, 2018
Mark Shalloway—owner of West Palm Beach elder law firm, Shalloway & Shalloway— served as the presenter for the proclamation that declared November Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. Shalloway presented the achievement alongside Mary M. Barnes, President and CEO of Alzheimer’s Community Care (ACC). This declaration was put in place in order to strive for greater awareness and education for the disease that causes monumental difficulties for not only thousands across Palm Beach County, but millions across the world.
Along with the proclamation, the members of Alzheimer’s Community Care pledged to the County Commissioners to preserve the wellbeing and advocate each of the individuals and families effected by the disease. For those in one of ACC’s specialized care and service centers, the staff at ACC pledge to continue keeping these elders’ lives happy and stimulated. The organization also vow to continue donating 92 cents for every dollar raised. Compared to many charitable organizations, this is a massive percentage of their funds.
Mark Shalloway’s long history of practice in the field of elder law, as well as the steps he takes to keep the community well-informed and protected from elder abuse makes role in the Proclamation Day perfectly placed. For over 25 years, Shalloway and his elder law firm have served the West Palm Beach area through helping clients secure their Medicaid protection, veteran benefits, special needs trusts, and more.
“Mark Shalloway and his staff care more about the numbers they crunch or the amount of cases they book,” Brandon Bell of St. Louis Missouri says. “They care about the people, their problems, and finding them a solution.”
To learn more about Shalloway & Shalloway, call (561) 686-6200, or visit their offices.