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Don’t be disappointed five years from now by the things you didn’t do today

With growing numbers of baby boomers entering retirement age and thousands of US, there is a mounting need for long-term planning for heath and continuing care benefits. Our clients depend on us to help them ease their tax burdens, preserve their assets and safeguard their futures.  The cost of long-term care can consume a person’s assets if an effective estate and asset plan is not in place. Keeping up with critical developments in elder law and providing real solutions to the unique problems seniors face can be difficult.  Through continuing education and experience, our Attorneys and staff offer an effective…

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The physical drain of caring for an aging family member can be tremendous. Often, however, it’s the emotional drain that takes a greater toll.

Learning to cope with Dementia, maintaining a loved one’s dignity as they become more dependent… most of us are not equipped to navigate these issues. Moreover, uninformed (even though well-intentioned) legal, financial and medical decisions can have negative and long-lasting impact. We help family members ensure the best care for their loved ones by: Eliminating confusion around medical, legal, and financial options Preventing a crisis and unnecessary hospitalizations Reducing miscommunications among family members, with the loved one, and with other professionals Creating a comprehensive life care plan that anticipates and addresses problems Acting as a liaison to families at a distance,…

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Family Coaching & Care Management

The physical and emotional drain of caring for an aging family member is enormous. Coping you’re your loved ones Dementia, and maintaining there dignity and quality of life as they become more dependent… are unchartered waters for most of us. Additionally, ill-informed legal, financial and medical decisions can have negative and long-lasting impact on your loved ones well-being.. However, our trained and professional coaches (Care Managers) can help you ensure the best care for your loved ones by: • Removing confusion around medical, legal, and financial decisions; • Preventing a crisis; • Eliminating miscommunications among family members • Preparing a…

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If you are a caregiver of your spouse or aging parent you need to plan for legal, financial and health care issues. It’s important that a life care plan is put in place before the crisis occurs.

So, when is the right time to start planning? You should pick up the phone right now and call Senior Life Care Planning at 301 663 9230 or email our office.

OVERWHELMED WITH THE DEMANDS OF A LOVED ONE’S CARE?

Whether you are caring for your loved one in the home, scrambling to make arrangements for nursing home care or trying to make sure nothing goes wrong in the nursing home, you know how difficult, time-consuming and isolating caregiving can be. Imagine what life would be like if you had a team of advisors helping you get the right care, preserve family resources and make difficult decisions. That’s what life is like when you have a Life Care Plan. A Life Care Plan helps you respond to every challenge created by the long-term illness or disability of your elderly loved…

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Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia – Parietal Lobe Damage

A brief user friendly description of what happens when the Parietal Lobes are affected in dementia. Click below to watch. Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia – Parietal Lobe Damage We at Senior Life Care Planning help seniors and their families independent and professional advice on your parent’s needs, requirements, how to pay for care, and their goals. Consequently, we can help you alleviate the fear of your parents and yourselves, with caring and compassionate professionals. It’s really important that you plan to take care of your parents. Therefore, the best way to prepare is to incorporate a LIFE CARE…

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What can Senior Life Care Planning do for you and your aging parent?

When your parents need assistance with activities of daily living, who cannot live alone due to health problems, disability, or lack of home care services and support, Senior Life Care Planning is there to assess the situation, develop a life care plan which will take into account your parent's needs and goals, financial security, living arrangements, make them feel independent and dignified, and we also provide guidance, assistance and support.

If you desire to avoid a nursing home you have two choices: hire a home care aide or become one yourself.

The Life Care Plan includes the services of an elder care attorney and an elder care coordinator, who work together, to enhance your, your loved one, or family member’s quality of life.

What is a life care plan?

The Life Care Plan includes the services of an elder care attorney and an elder care coordinator, who work together, to enhance your, your loved one, or family member’s quality of life.

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