How to Care for your Aging Parents: 7 Resources for Better Elder Care
Learn How to Care for your Aging Parents with this FREE Report from Eldercare Advocate Helen Justice.
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60% of people will need long term care (eldercare) sometime during their lives. It’s time to prepare for the day when you will need to help your loved ones with care.
Here’s what you’ll learn in this report:
- Tips to plan for contingencies
- Important end-of-life planning issues
- Tips to reduce the stress of being a caregiver to an Aging Parent
- How to avoid mistakes when hiring a caregiver
- Strategies to reduce expenses to avoid running out of money
- How to maintain your emotional well-being during a family crisis
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Families with aging parents often face financial hardships. Further, the emotional and physical health of a caregiver is often strained when care giving.
44.4 million adult caregivers, or 21% of the U.S. adult population, provide unpaid care to seniors or adults with disabilities,
Those caregivers provide 21 hours of care a week for an average of 4.3 years.
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About the Author:
Helen Justice. Known by many as “The Elder Care Navigator” Helen Justice is a Certified Geriatric Care Manager trained to assist elders and their families with the process of aging with dignity and grace. Her knowledge and experience insures elders obtain quality care and transitional preparation for their future.
A War Time Veteran herself, she retired from the Air Force in 1992. She is considered a leader in the elder care industry. She uses that knowledge to secure all types of benefits available from the state, federal and local programs to aid seniors, veterans, widows and their families.
More important than the financial aspect of aging is the social and emotional component that elder care places on the family. With her insight, Helen provides clarity to help families proactively address the often stressful medical events that can wreak havoc on the family home life.