Getting a Phone Consultation is easy.
Just go under the Get Help Now menu, which takes you through the steps.
You agree to the Terms of Service, and then provide your name, address and email.
You select how much time you want to have with us, and when you prefer to have your appointment by phone.
We will email you with times that work for us, and when you choose one of them, your appointment is confirmed.
You use our toll free number to call us at your appointment time, and that’s all there is to it.
If you are in a crisis, let us know by email, and we’ll work to get you the help you need as soon as possible!
Appointments are not confirmed until we receive credit card payment.
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By scheduling a consultation, the visitor to our website acknowledges that
no principal or agent of AgingParents.com represents you in any lawsuit or
other matter in dispute, nor treats you for any medical or psychological
condition by telephone, and that if you need legal representation or medical
treatment, that you will seek these from your own attorney or your own
healthcare provider(s). I agree that if I need legal representation, I will
seek the legal representation of my own, independent attorney. I agree that
if I need psychological treatment, I will not attempt to obtain it by
telephone from AgingParents.com, but will seek treatment from my own
healthcare provider(s). I hold AgingParents.com, its principals, agents, and
assigns forever harmless from any liability for my use of or failure to use
the information, advice, referrals, or suggestions provided by
AgingParents.com at any time.
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