A successful care-giving relationship will require much of you, but it doesn’t have to be all trials and travails if you are properly prepared. We hope that this guide will help during your journey of elder care.
(PRWEB) August 06, 2013
With over 10,000 people turning 65 every day, the baby boomer population is now starting to retire and their adult children are having to deal with issues they never had to deal with before. This guide will shed light on many answers to questions adult children may have pertaining to aging parents. Commissioned by 1-800-MEDIGAP, Parenting Upward can help this rapidly growing community.
Answers to important questions in the guide such as:
- where to live
- lifestyle changes
- simple idea to save lives
- taking away the keys
- second careers...and more.
This year alone over three million individuals will turn 65 leaving their adult children wondering what to do. Sixty-five is a critical age, when most people start their part B on Medicare triggering their six month window, that many people do not even know about or understand. Missing this window, could costs a ton of money to the family over time, and you wont want to miss this and many other thought provoking topics featured in the guide.
Parenting Upward.org is also launching an online community where adult children can share tips, and ideas with one another as well as engage with may key professionals in industry’s like Medicine, Finance, Medicare and more.
It is our goal to help families, help themselves, and information is key to this season of life for both the aging parent and the adult child and that is why we are also launching our CARE TO SHARE program. We understand that the more people know, the more prepared they will be. So if you are a professional, institution, retirement facility or concerned citizen and want to help spread the word, we are happy to send you your own Co-Branded Parenting Upward guide offering “your logo” and a story about you and your efforts to make the community better at “no cost” to you. Just contact our care2share department or download the attached form.