New Free Tool Helps Families Simplify Confusing Senior Care Documents

The Senior Care Documents Guide simplifies senior care by explaining the most confusing documents and decisions.

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Taking care of an elderly parent or loved one is difficult, stressful work. It's often made more stressful by the confusing paperwork needed to make decisions official. We heard from clients time and again that they wanted an easy way to understand and organize senior care documents, which is why we created the Senior Care Documents Guide

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 28, 2009

HealthBridge announces the release of the Senior Care Documents Guide, which explains and organizes the seven most important senior care documents. Dallas home care company HealthBridge has helped hundreds of families by providing senior care for their aging loved ones. According to HealthBridge, most families are missing at least one of the most critical senior care documents.

Family caregivers are asked to make decisions on behalf of their loved ones, but this can be impossible if the necessary documentation is not in place. The Senior Care Documents Guide helps families simplify the care of their aging loved ones by explaining why and how each senior care document is used.

"Taking care of an elderly parent or loved one is difficult, stressful work. It's often made more stressful by the confusing paperwork needed to make decisions official. We heard from clients time and again that they wanted an easy way to understand and organize senior care documents, which is why we created the Senior Care Documents Guide," said Matt Johnson, Founder and CEO of HealthBridge.

The free guide includes instructions and usable sample documents for:

  •      Durable Power of Attorney
  •      Advance Directives
  •      Declaration of Guardian
  •      Medical Power of Attorney
  •      Out of Hospital Do Not Resuscitate
  •      Appointment of Agent
  •      Physician's Statement of Incapacity

The free guide also includes a helpful glossary of senior care terms and a checklist to help families keep their documents in order.

To download the free guide, please visit: http://www.myhealthbridge.com/essential-senior-care-documents.

About HealthBridge:
HealthBridge is a Dallas Home Care company that helps families simplify the care of their aging loved ones by providing dependable caregivers and impeccable service. HealthBridge provides older adults safety and security at home, since HealthBridge caregivers are experts in senior care, personal assistance, Alzheimer's and dementia care, live-in care and post-hospital care. By providing elder care at home, in an assisted living community or in the hospital, HealthBridge gives Dallas-area families peace of mind in knowing their loved ones are healthy and safe.

Contact:
Courtney Layton, Vice President
HealthBridge
972-470-0701
courtney (at) myhealthbridge.com
http://www.myhealthbridge.com

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