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WHAT TO DO WITH MY PARENTS?

NOT EVERYONE NEEDS A CAREGIVER BUT EVERY ONE NEEDS INFORMATION AND CARE
DO YOU REALLY NEED HOME CARE?
OR JUST INFORMATION, SUPERVISION, ORGANIZATION FROM AN EXPERT IN SENIOR CARE?
A daughter or son or others from the family stay with the senior. Sometimes the senior moves in the home of a family member, daughter or son. This may be a two-person family now that children are grown and the son/daughter may be already in retirement age.
Now the question arrives: How do we care for Mom? How do we care for Dad?
What should we do? How much care does she/he needs? Can we leave him/her alone at home? Can we still do something alone? Can we send our mother/father somewhere, just that we have some privacy fore some hours? Or is there someone who may come into the house and stays with her/him? What happen if we are not able to provide care any longer? Where are the resources, the help, and information?

Or moving an elderly person into an assisted living facility. Caring, organizing, planning, and executing all the duties involved with this move, is a full time job, also for a person with all the knowledge.

As an expert in senior care, with the knowledge, education, and experience, I am able to provide information, supervision, and care at home for seniors; guide families before they move seniors into their own homes, and be there for them; walk families through the labyrinth in moving an elderly person to a different accommodation, or organize the move.
For many, this field may be a maze, not knowing where to start or call for information or help. Not every one needs a caregiver; but every one needs care and information.
There are so many resources out there and an expert in this field will have the information and answers you need to set up a happier life for all members, friends of a family.
Best wishes for a happy and healthy summer time
Ruth

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