Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 28, 2013
Planning the care for aging parents is not easy, especially as life expectancy increases. Seniors and their children are demanding validated resources and guidance through the plethora of available aging services and care options. Savvy Aging, a national consulting company, has come onto the scene to guide seniors and their children through the aging maze and provide competent, feasible and sound alternatives to generic elder care solutions. Founder Barry D. Epstein, JD, believes that every aging problem or challenge has a solution. He develops a family roadmap to solve these challenges and navigate the aging maze.
“It always helps to have a plan but, where do you start? How do you plan when your family is not even talking?” The first step on this journey is Savvy Aging’s facilitated family conversations and co-created custom action plans. Savvy Aging guides families intimidated by the emotional and practical complexity of aging. With an extensive background in the long term care field as a retirement community executive director and respected industry attorney and educator, Mr. Epstein knows the questions families need to be asking and considering. He is also a professional mediator, licensed realtor, former Alzheimer’s Association chapter President and is experienced in handling the emotionally difficult journey.
Savvy Aging seeks to reverse the trend of families avoiding aging conversations, not planning for aging parents, doing ineffective or no legacy planning, and not implementing family business succession plans. Providing screened referrals to professionals and long term care providers is also part of Savvy Aging’s collaborative services.
Recently, Mr. Epstein spoke about navigating the aging maze at the Denver Senior Law Day sponsored by the Denver Bar Association. He also conducted a national podcast on how to be an effective financial advisor for the Purposeful Planning Institute. Savvy Aging (http://www.savvyaging.com) is your gateway to aging solutions.