People don’t come with instruction manuals, whether they are our children or our parents. Providing care for a loved one is a difficult and often lonely road. As you navigate the ins and outs of your unique situation, I want to provide you with insights and connect you with experts to help as you and your senior loved one enter this new phase of life.

Please visit our website at http://www.answersforelders.com for resources, experts, and information on upcoming events to help you care for the elder in your life. You can also use our website as a guide in planning and protecting your own future with your prospective future caregiver.


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Becoming the caretaker for our parents can be one of the most distressing experiences of a lifetime. Yet, it can also be one of the most life-changing and precious times too. Changing the dynamic between parent and child is complex. Trying to ensure that our parents age happily is often difficult and sometimes overwhelming. There are usually legal issues, medical problems, logistical nightmares, and, more and more often, financial concerns. This places overwhelming stress on the adult child, who often times is trying to juggle a family, children, relationships and a career.

Through a full spectrum content of resources including professional experts, on-line support, a local directory and a social network of people facing similar challenges, we provide the platform to share wisdom and experience with each other.

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This is a contact page with some basic contact information and a contact form.