Posts Tagged ‘quality of life’

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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When do your aging parents require to move to an assisted living facility and who can help you?

At Senior Life Care Planning we receive telephone calls from the children of aging parents stating that their parents need and must move to an assisted living facility; what is the best assisted living facility in the area and how much does it cost?  However, before the parents are “shipped off” to the facility, what are your parent’s needs and requirements; is it time for your parents to move; can they stay at home, with or without care; and are they willing to move? What is really behind the call? Caregiver burnout, frustration, communication issues or not knowing where else…

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How can an Elder Care Coordinator help you and your Parents?

We provide hope for you, and your parents. Our goal is to enhance the quality of life of you parents by a Life Care Plan.

What is Pallative Care?

Palliative Care concentrates on your or your loved one's physical, psychological and spiritual needs to improve your quality of life during your illness.  Additionally, family support is provided to family members during and after your illness. If you or a loved one is suffering from a serious or life-threatening illness or any of the following it is time to consider palliative care: Diagnosis or during a serious illness; End-of-life care; or Quality of life decisions The goal of palliative care is to achieve the best possible quality of life for you or your loved one. Additionally, palliative care focuses on care…

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How to Find and Select an Elder Law Attorney

Properly addressing legal issues, in a timely matter can go a long way towards improving the quality of life of your family member, with Alzheimer’s disease, as well as making things easier for the caregivers