About The Author
John was right smack dab in the middle of an important video conference with the company’s biggest client when his assistant broke the rules and crept into his office with a note.
He was irritated because she knew better than to interrupt him like this in an important meeting. He frowned at her while he snatched the note from her grasp.
It didn’t take 10 seconds to turn the meeting over to his manager and fly out the door thanking his assistant on his way!
The note read, “Your Dad is in the hospital, situation critical, come now!”
Unfortunately he was too late. In fact the ER doctor told him that he had already passed on before he was removed from the ambulance.
Overwhelmed with grief his next thoughts turned to his Mom. He found her sobbing into the shoulder of her neighbor who had kindly driven her to the hospital after hearing the sirens and realizing what had happened.
The next thing he knew he was being asked questions right and left. His head swimming, he had no idea if his father was an organ donor, what insurance should be handling the ambulance and hospital charges, where should they send the body and many more questions he was not prepared to answer.
His mother was in no condition to give him answers, but he had to piece together information regardless. The day finally ended, his mother safely tucked away in the guest room of his own home and his wife trying to console him.
Now what, he thought to himself, what happens now?
Maybe this scenario has played out in your life. It’s inevitable that if it hasn’t yet, it will someday. Are you like John and unprepared for the eventuality?
None of us wants to believe that we will lose our parent(s) or anyone who is near and dear to our hearts. But it’s going to happen sooner or later. Sadly for John, his struggles have just begun.
Navigating through the death is just the beginning if the person left behind a partner. What happens to his mother now? Did his father have life insurance? Did he leave any instructions on how he wanted to be buried or did he want cremation? Does his mother know?
These are just a few of the situations that can arise when we lose a loved one. But the time for dealing with these questions are before they become necessary to ask.
In fact, John is about to become well acquainted of how to help an aging parent deal with the changes that life has dealt her or him.
What do you do now?
Hopefully you aren’t thrown into a situation like John. Our author has prepared this impactful little guide to help you help yourself or your aging parent, whichever situation applies.
Our author was thrust into caring for an elderly parent (his mother) after suddenly losing his father. He and his family were not prepared for the new and scary world they had to traverse.
That’s why he decided to take his experiences and try and mold them into something that would help others. ”Elder Care” was conceived.
He will be the first to admit that he doesn’t cover everything. But he does cover what you need to get started.
The guide is:
- Simple to read with no “legalese.”
- It gives you the practical basics you need to know.
- It does that so you can apply things right away.
- It’s a bargain and well worth the small price.
What will you learn . . .
Learn about when to begin planning retirement
Find out if a reverse mortgage is good for your parent
Discover how your elderly parent can stay in the home
How to select retirement communities
Using different mobility tools
Implementing an emergency alert system
Selecting home nursing
And much, much more.
Whether you think that it’s too early for you to discuss these things with your parent(s) you need to get over that. You don’t want to end up in a situation where you don’t know what to do or what your parent would prefer.
Maybe your parents have all the bases covered and you will never need the information but at least you will have the power of knowledge going forward.
……. And at just $9.97 it’s a small price to check it out!
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