Who We Help

<b>Older Adults and their Caregivers</b>

Older Adults and their Caregivers

  • Who are receiving or giving care on their own, but have reached a higher level of need and don’t know what to do next.
  • Who are beginning to feel the toll on their physical and mental well-being from countless hours of performing caregiving duties, but have not thought about planning or redesigning the care workload.
<b>Adult Children Concerned about Caring for Aging Parents</b>

Adult Children Concerned about Caring for Aging Parents

• Who feel the burden of care coming, as they watch their parent’s declining capacity

• Who feel stressed because they work full time and care for their own family

• Who feel anxious, because they have no time for research and don’t know where to start


<b>Widows and Widowers</b>

Widows and Widowers

  • Who feel anxious about finances and planning for possible care or help.
  • Who would like to plan a move to a new residence such as an independent living, or continuing care retirement community (CCRC), or assisted living community but feel confusion over the types of residences, the fees, and if it is the right move for them.
  • Would like assistance navigating the transition of financial and other insurance benefits when losing a spouse.
<b>Healthy Older Couples and Individuals</b>

Healthy Older Couples and Individuals

    • Who want to prepare for the future issues of aging
    • Who have seen loved ones experience age-related decline, and understand the crisis riddled consequence of no plan