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Family Security Planner - EBook

What is in the Family Security Planner?

  • A basic Durable Power of Attorney form that would be recognized in any state.
  • An Advance Health Care Directive form, also called a Power of Attorney for Healthcare.
  • Physician’s Orders For Life Sustaining Treatment. This form is recognized in at least 30 states. It can protect your loved ones from unnecessary and futile treatment if they do not wish to be kept alive artificially. It reflects a conversation that should take place between your elderly parents and their doctor(s) about what they want at end of life. The form must be signed by the doctor, and it becomes a permanent part of the person’s medical record.
  • A Personal Information Log, where you can record important information, such as social security number, doctors names and phone numbers, contact info for neighbors and other important data.
  • Getting Organized will help you record the location of important documents.
  • A Checklist of Assets.
  • Personal Care Plan.
  • A Medication Record.
  • A Location of Financial Records form.
  • Many other helpful forms and documents.

We know that you could search around and find some of these forms online, but our Family Security Planner will save you valuable time. Everything you need is right here in one place. The organizational forms are exclusively ours at AgingParents.com. They were developed after much thought and expert input to help ensure that caregivers have everything they need close at hand

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Why Families Fight About Money

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Learn what to do when your family is not in agreement about who should handle finances with aging parents. There are legal and medical considerations you should know about right now to prevent things from getting out of control.

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Ten Tips About For Checking Out A Nursing Home

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

When an aging parent has been hospitalized, and the people there tell you that your aging loved one must go to “rehabilitation” they are talking about a nursing home. Some are good places that give the needed care. Others are poorly run and can be dangerous. Learn how to make a smart choice for your aging parent.

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The Stubborn Dangerous Aging Parent And Finances

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Many elders with memory loss should not be handling money any longer. But they think they are fine and won’t agree to give up control. Learn what rights you have and what you can do when you see danger with your aging loved ones’ financial decision-making.

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Time To Hand Over The Keys

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

THIS IS FREE

Aging parents will not likely be able to drive safely until the end of their days. Learn what you can do and how to approach the subject of elders’ giving up driving. Our five step plan will ensure that you are doing this the right way. Don’t wait for an accident! A car can be a lethal weapon.

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How To Talk To Your Aging Parents About Finances

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Don’t be fooled by suggestions that you just need to have “a talk” with your aging parents about money. It’s a lot more that one talk to learn all you need to know. Get advice about a planned process to enable you to protect your aging loved ones as they age and may have memory loss issues. Empower yourself and prevent abuse!

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How To Recognize Financial Elder Abuse

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Financial abuse of our aging loved  ones costs them over $60B a year. It can happen to anyone, no matter how smart, experienced or sophisticated about finances they were. Spot the red flags we outline here, take all precautions and keep your aging parents safe as they age.

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How to Avoid Getting Stuck With Your Aging Parents Bills

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

Because some aging parents are secretive about money, you may not know what they have or don’t have. Learn right now what to do to avoid nasty surprises and possibly getting stuck with having to pay for things yourself.

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Ten Red Flags Of Diminished Capacity

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Elder Law Attorney &
Dr. Mikol S. Davis, Psychologist, Gerontologist

We often hear about “mild cognitive impairment”, memory loss, and dementia in aging loved ones. No one teaches you in school what to look out for when age-related changes affect your loved ones’ abilities to manage their lives, and their finances independently. Learn the 10 red flags now so you can act on them. Knowledge of these will empower you!

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