4 Keys to Making a Difference in a Family Caregiving Challenge

 Caregiving Seminar 

No Charge. Informational Only. Nothing will be sold. 
















Families need to ask: 

  • What happens when an elderly parent needs caregiving?

  • What's the best way to guarantee our loved ones get the best care possible?

  • Do we know who will oversee our parents' care?

  • Has anyone discussed how caregiving expenses will be covered?

  • The difference between a revocable or irrevocable trust

  • Do we have a clear understanding of the personal, residential, medical, legal and financial issues involved with caregiving? 

Attend this complimentary workshop and you will learn: 

  • What every family's number one priority is when creating a caregiving plan

  • The most overlooked aspect of family caregiving planning

  • Best ways to start the caregiving discussion in your family

  • Why now is the best time to start the process

  • The critical legal issues that must be addressed quickly

  • What caregivers need to ensure they can help their family as much as possible

  • The key topics covered in a good caregiving plan

  • Why no one person can effectively do everything related to a caregiving plan

  • The key roles professionals play in helping families respond to caregiving challenges

When it comes to caring for an aging loved one, most families don't have a plan until there is a problem. Lack of planning doesn't have to mean a lack of commitment. It is never too late to begin the discussion. 

Join us at the [VENUE NAME] for an informational workshop on [DATE] from [TIME-FRAME] where we’ll focus on 4 keys to making a difference in a family caregiving challenge. 


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