Caring for Your Life
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Caring for Your Life
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The Critical Information Document File is a collection of important personal, legal, medical and financial information assembled in one place for easy access.  It is prepared by you in an effort to guide family members and trusted agents so that they can act on your behalf when you are incapable of doing so, whether you become medically or physically incapable or in the event of your death.  For more information or to schedule an appointment to begin this process please contact us.
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A Power of Attorney for Finances is a legal document that gives written authority to a trusted individual to make decisions on your behalf with regard to financial affairs, personal welfare, or some other legal matter when you are unable to make those decisions yourself, typically due to lack of medical capacity.  For more information please contact us.
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A Power of Attorney for Health Care is a legal document that gives written authority to a trusted individual to make health care decisions for you when you are unable to make them yourself, typically due to lack of medical capacity.  For more information please contact us.
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A Living Will is a legal document also called an advance healthcare directive that specifies what types and levels of medical treatment you desire if you should become incapacitated and unable to make decisions for yourself. The most common statements included in a living will requests that if the patient suffers a terminal illness, or irreversible illness, disease, or condition, that life-sustaining measures that would serve only to prolong dying be withheld or discontinued. More specific living wills may include information regarding an individual’s desire for services such as pain relief, antibiotics, hydration, feeding, and the use of ventilators, blood products, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation.   For more information please contact us.
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Caring for aging parents is one of life’s most difficult challenges especially for busy adult children who may not live close by. This introductory guide is meant to educate inexperienced adult children as they begin to navigate the unknown world of the elderly. It is intended to help identify signs of trouble, and help make practical, forward-looking decisions that will allow their parents to remain in their own home for as long as possible. Change is difficult for the aging adult. Health concerns, physical changes and cognitive decline can cause unnecessary anxiety if safety measures are not considered and implemented before a serious incident occurs. Being prepared by making some practical changes and preparations can significantly reduce stress and can help to create a safe and comfortable living environment for our aging parents as they face the final chapter of their lives.
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In the medical setting, a Care Manager is typically an RN hired to assess, recommend and oversee the implementation of a wide range of medical related issues that arise, or may be expected to arise during patient care. In a non-medical setting, the Care Manager does the same thing but services are limited to needs not directly related to their medical conditions, although some will overlap If you have concerns about the safety and comfort of your aging parent and need a trusted adviser, a Care Manager could be the perfect choice.  A Care Manager is hired to investigate, recommend and oversee the management of systems put into place in your absence for the purpose of enhancing your aging loved one’s comfort and safety. The Manger is available to check on your loved one when you are not able to be with them.” The Care Manager develops a personal relationship with...
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