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Welcome to 2019 the Year of Caregiving Support.
When to Get Power of Attorney for Elderly Parents
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Welcome to 2019 the Year of Caregiving Support.

How many of you have made New Year’s resolutions? Is one of your goals to become a better resource for your clients? If yes - I solve caregiving problems that result in unexpected financial problems for your clients.

2019 is my self-proclaimed Year of Caregiving Support because supporting caregivers is one of my personal resolutions and a lofty goal.

The clients who come to your office for financial planning may or may not yet be caregivers. Others may be caregiving for aging parents or spouses. Caregivers are overwhelmed and burned out. Money to pay for care becomes a significant concern if plans were not made appropriately.

Talking Power of Attorney with Your Clients
The focus of this month’s newsletter article is the idea of when a power of attorney is needed. The answer is now. Accidents and unexpected health diagnoses happen.

As a financial planner, are your estate planning documents completed? Don’t be like the tailor with no shoes. Follow your own advice.

When to Get Power of Attorney for Elderly Parents

When is the best time to get power of attorney documents for elderly parents? You tried to bring up the subject in the past. Elderly parents quickly closed the door on the discussion. Stories from friends in similar situations do not paint a positive picture of care for parents who failed to plan. Having the "when to get power of attorney for elderly parents" discussion is possible with the right tips to ensure success.

There are times when the marital commitment of “until death do us part” becomes complicated by illness and poor health. Complications are not limited to only elderly couples; complications occur regardless of age.

All you know as an adult child is that you don’t want to be left with a mess on your hands when something unexpected happens to mom or dad. How much consideration have you given to your own planning as an adult child who may have younger children? Power of attorney is a multi-generational consideration.   CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Check out My Caregiving Blog Article

I post new articles to my caregiving blog several times a month. If you’re looking for helpful information or inspiration for your clients in addition to information provided in this newsletter, bookmark my blog and check in every Friday for updates.

Caregiving Blog: Roles and Responsibilities
Uncertainty about roles and responsibilities are concerns of family caregivers. These concerns include 1:1 care, emotional and social support, and care monitoring, coordination, and advocacy. Physical stress, worry, and emotional overwhelm are shared caregiver experiences that result from long lists of care responsibilities that never seem to end.   CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
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Join me in making 2019 the Year of Caregiving Support.
Questions? Reply to this email and let me know how I might be of service. Do a good deed and help a professional colleague. Forward this email to someone you feel who might find this information helpful.

I look forward to collaborating with you to serve caregiving families and aging clients.


Pamela D. Wilson MS, BS/BA, CG, CSA

Caregiving Expert, Advocate, and Speaker
"I Solve Caregiving Problems"
Website: www.PamelaDWilson.com
Telephone: 888-393-7754
 
P.S.  And if you have clients who are caregivers or care receivers, send them to my website for free information.
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Pamela D. Wilson, MS, BS/BA, CG, CSA, a National Certified Guardian and Certified Senior Advisor, is a caregiving and elder care expert, advocate, and speaker. Pamela offers family caregivers programming and support to navigate the challenges of providing, navigating, and planning for care. She guides professionals practicing in estate planning, elder and probate law, and financial planning to create plans to address unexpected concerns identified in her past role as a professional fiduciary. Healthcare professionals are supported by Pamela’s expertise to increase responsiveness and sensitivity to the extensive range of care challenges faced by care recipients and caregivers.


 
 
 
 
 
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