When it Comes to Caregiving for Seniors….
Imagine being prepared so the future won’t dictate your life!
Many who ‘care give’ seniors struggle with where to start or what to do next. We offer a planning tool for getting organized,
so caregivers have more time and less worry.
Following easy-to-use steps will organize more information than you thought possible.
Preparation will allow more time for your family and/or job responsibilities.
Create Peace of Mind
You may be surprised at how planning will reduce your stress level.
You’ll go from stressed out and ill
equipped to competent and prepared
The Process is Simple
Review & Collect
Read ‘How to Use the Organizer.” Use the “To Do List” to determine where to begin. Gather the specified information from the senior.
Customize the worksheets for the senior(s). These worksheets and other pertinent documents are filed into the alpha tabbed Notebook.
Ready, Set, Go!
Organization steps are accomplished. Preparation is finalized; both giving you more confidence that you have a Plan for tomorrow.
What Our Customers Said
I was amazed at the breadth of information. I started with an ‘Organizer’ for Mom,
and then did one for myself.”
“In my 22 years of business I have never encountered a better winning combination in written resources and planning material. I thought it was so valuable, I bought 2 for my family.”
“It is wonderful. I will be using the Senior Care Organizer to coordinate care for both of my parents. I am a Nurse and really quite impressed with the thoroughness of the planner.”
You’ll change from worried and anxious
to relaxed and organized.
Get your “Ducks in a Row” with the Senior Care Organizer,
a hands-on caregiving and resource guide.
The Organizer Includes Useful Tools & Guides For:
- Home Care
- Care From a Distance
- Care Manager
- Emergency Contacts
- Caregiver/Visitor Log
- Assets (tables)
- Expenses (tables)
- Financial Institutions
- Elder Law Attorney
- Durable PoA
- Health Care Directive
- Funeral/Burial Plan
- Social Security
- Devices & Equipment
- Medical Conditions
- Surgical History
Five Common Mistakes
(and how to keep from making them)