Are you 40-60 years old with ‘senior’ parents?
1. Are you wondering what you will do when your parents need more help?
2. Will they move in with you?
3. Will they be able to stay in their own home?4. Do they have enough money?
5. What community resources are available to them?
6. Have they filled out a living will?
7. Where are their important documents located?
8. Do you know how to care for their pet if they are unable to do so?
Maybe you’re avoiding the topic and don’t want to think about it? After all, they’re doing fine now. Who has the time anyway?
Maybe you’re already taking care of several aspects of your parents’ life?
1. Since you live in the same town, you go to their home every day before and/or after work.
2. You find that you’re giving so much time to them that your own family life is suffering.
3. You’re exhausted; stressed out
4. And if you live in another state, you call most every day to see how their doing; and they’re never far from your mind.
5. Do you have to take more time off from work?
6. Are you worried about managing all of the care giving duties?
7. Did you know there are care managers that can provide advice and support?
8. What about the hidden costs of caregiving?
How do you juggle work, your personal life and that of your parents?
Answer: You Get Your Ducks in a Row!
#1 Get organized so that the future won’t dictate your life.
#2 Get the answers ahead of time, before the questions come up.
#3 Reduce the stress of future urgency by being prepared.
So, if you’re ready to get some control back in your life, and/or maximize your efforts by simplifying senior care planning for you and your loved ones; or in more realistic terms: if you want to save yourself time, money and a lot of stress, be prepared by getting organized.
Get the Senior Care Organizer in a downloadable PDF; or buy the Notebook version on Amazon.
And if you haven’t already done so…….. Go get those “Ducks in a Row.” Because…….
“If you don’t have a plan for successful aging, that’s when you need one”