Your parents care will require practical financial planning. Do your parents have assets, savings, debts, mortgages, insurance?


 Will they need supplemental income? Do they qualify? 

There are a number of variables to consider when making plans for your parents future. It’s important to always keep your parents’ health and physical condition in mind, as well the type of care they will need immediately and down the road. 

Are you an older driver who may have fallen in the past year or so? Do you find yourself losing your balance more than you have in the past? (unrelated to any ongoing medical issue)


For adult children, have you noticed more trips or falls in your aging parent? Has your loved one recently stumbled or tripped in their home? Are they still driving? If so, this post is for you!


You don’t need to hear any more statistics about the millions of boomers who are struggling with aging parents.
You don’t need to read any more research and complex reports about Alzheimer’s or other health issues either. What you DO need is someone who will meet you where you are. There’s never been a better time to take control of your situation, right here, right now.