Webinar: “The Greatest Gift You Will Ever Give Your Parents” Sets for February 21st!
A new webinar, designed to help children and caring for an aging parents, finding alternative financial support, identifying signs that their aging parents might need extra, or finding simpler ways to deal with the guilt and the hundreds of other emotions they are experiencing, will take place online February 21, 2013 at http://www.YourParentsGift.com.
This free webinar, titled: “The Greatest Gift You Will Ever Give Your Parents”, will run from 7 – 8 p.m. Pacific.
“Its aim is to help persons create a simple action plan to help them better manage their time and resources,” says Director Susanne Miller, who has a wealth of experience in dealing with the difficulties of aging in modern America.
Her passion for this comes from personal experience. When her grandfather developed Alzheimer’s, she watched as her grandmother slowly lost all that they had been saving. Susanne soon realized that this was a problem shared by millions of Americans. Due to a lack of pre-planning, insurance coverage and trouble understanding the laws surrounding elder care, many people find that caring for their parents has become a burden.
Your Estate Coach, in partnership with Nationwide Insurance, has set up this webinar with the aim of bringing resources to people who are going through this.
“Right now, there are over seven million adults caring for an aging parent or parents and the numbers are going to substantially increase because people are living longer,” says Miller who provides solutions to help families find resources, financial or otherwise, that is necessary to help maintain their parent’s dignity.
“1 in 3 adults is a caregiver for one or both of their parents,” she adds, “It’s hard to accept that your mother or dad is no longer able to be independent. Pointing that out is one of the hardest things to accept. “
Miller – having worked with thousands of families caring for a loved one – says they want people to know they are not alone and there’s an abundance of resources available to help the family.
“We have gone out of our way to let families know that they are not alone,” notes Miller.
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