Cona Elder Law


Susan & Alan Snowe Caregiver Resource Center

Cona Elder Law is the proud founder of the Susan & Alan Snowe Caregiver Resource Center, Long Island’s only center dedicated to providing comprehensive information on nearly all issues faced by seniors and caregivers.

Susan & Alan Snowe Caregiver Resource Center

In the practice of Elder Law, we are constantly called upon by families to help with much more than legal services.  We may help with nursing home admission, coordinating home health care services, assisted living placement, financing health care costs, finding caregiver support services, and more. With the Susan & Alan Snowe Caregiver Resource Center, we have created an information center that is accessible to everyone.

The Susan & Alan Snowe Caregiver Resource Center provides a clearinghouse for information on nearly all issues faced by older adults and caregivers.  The Center is open to the public and allows community members to browse for information in a confidential setting.

The Caregiver Resource Center features information on:

  • Assisted Living Facilities
  • Nursing Homes
  • Home Care Agencies
  • Companion Services
  • Financial Planners
  • Elder Law
  • Veterans Benefits
  • Social Workers
  • Geriatric Care Managers
  • Caregiver Support Services
  • Respite Care
  • Hospice
  • Independent Living
  • Senior Housing
  • Senior Centers
  • Adult Day Care
  • Reverse Mortgages
  • Real Estate Brokers
  • Social Security
  • Long Term Care Insurance
  • Accountants
  • Pre-Plan Funeral Services
  • Medical Alert Systems
  • …and more

The Caregiver Resource Center is open to the public.  One day each week, a Cona Elder Law attorney is on-hand to provide general advice, guidance and assistance – for free.  Call 631.933.1379 to reserve a spot during our Elder Law Attorney Open House hours. Visit our Events Calendar for more information. 

About Susan & Alan Snowe

Susan C. Snowe dedicated her life and career to connecting people and families with community resources.  Susan was a social worker for more than 40 years. For 32 years, she worked with disabled children and their families at AHRC.  Upon her retirement, Susan worked as a social work consultant offering services to the elderly. Susan helped countless disabled children, their families, seniors and caregivers as an advocate and liaison to connect people with available resources.  

Alan Snowe was a well respected and dedicated attorney for almost 60 years. 

It is in Susan and Alan's memory that we at Cona Elder Law strive to serve our clients as well as they served theirs.

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