Too many Americans have experienced less than ideal healthcare in recent months as they work through an overwhelmed system. The elderly need to be especially vigilant and prepared as states reopen and seniors begin seeing their doctors again. The system’s deficits have proven particularly dangerous for elderly persons of color. The COVID-19 pandemic has both … Continue reading An Ounce of Prevention, Two Ounces of Caution
Older adult children working from home have been contacting Aging Life Care Managers such as those at Careplan Geriatric Care Managers in Cleveland, Ohio to get organized. Children are taking advantage of the extra time to get their elderly parents health and personal matters organized in the event of an unfortunate event. Karen McGinty of … Continue reading Aging Life Care Managers – Experts in Aging and Organizing
Susan Keating discusses how Aging Life Care Professionals look at the big picture of care management decisions, and customizes their plan to a family’s unique situation.
It’s easy to put off planning for a parent or loved one’s care when that person is still healthy and able to care for themselves. Rather than wait for a crisis to strike, take time to plan for how you can maintain your loved one’s safety and quality of life. Here are five strategies to … Continue reading 5 Tips for Planning for the Future When a Parent Is Still Healthy
Why Aging Life Care Professionals® are Vital to Caregiving Decisions: Jennifer Beach discusses why having an Aging Life Care Professional is vital to caregiving planning and can bring peace of mind and high quality of life to clients.