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This is a very comprehensive guide to helping you answer many questions involved in the planning and decisions to care for your aging parent or senior.

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JUST IN CASE YOU OR SOMEONE YOU LOVE GETS OLD

This important resource guide includes:

  • What to do WHEN CRISIS HITS
  • How to find local References and Referrals
  • What to do to GET ORGANIZED
  • How to Know when it’s time to act
  • How to Assess your parent’s situation
  • What is involved in a Family meeting
  • How do you developing an extended care plan
  • What is involved in elder care coordination: How to Make the pieces fit
  • How to monitor your care giving plan
  • How do you Survivie the stresses of parent care
  • What financial considerations must be considered
  • How to Prevent burnout
  • Care giving from a distance
  • Planning for the “what if” questions
  • Who, if anyone, relocates
  • What’s really happening with your parent
  • Creating and utilizing your support network
  • Care Managers: Professional coordinated services
  • Rural care giving
  • Travel: Knowing when to go
  • Talking with your parent
  • Working with siblings
  • HOUSING ALTERNATIVES AND SUPPORT SERVICES
  • Living independently at home
  • Home care/assisted living
  • The decision to have your parent lives with you
  • Adult day care
  • Continuing Care Retirement Communities
  • Age-segregated apartments
  • Board and care homes
  • Group homes or shared living
  • Congregate housing with services
  • Elder Cottage Housing Opportunity
  • HUD subsidized senior housing
  • Nursing homes
  • Matching housing options with care giving needs
  • Medical and health issues
  • Critically needed documents
  • Hospitals and the health care system
  • Mental and physical wellness
  • Age-related ailments and diseases
  • Medications
  • LEGAL ISSUES: PROTECTING YOUR PARENT’S WISHES AND ASSETS
  • The necessity of legal documents
  • Documents for life
  • Durable Powers of Attorney
  • Advance Directives (Living Wills)
  • Documents for death
  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • THE BUSINESS SIDE OF CARE GIVING: FINANCE AND INSURANCE
  • Talking about financial matters
  • Estate and Tax planning
  • Financial planners
  • Insurance
  • Policies and their intent
  • Medigap insurance
  • Long-term care insurance
  • GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS
  • Social Security
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Preparing for death
  • Making funeral arrangements
  • Talking about death
  • Hospice care
  • Practical considerations after death
  • Dealing with grief
  • WORLD WIDE WEB SITES
  • READING LIST

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